MEDINA, OH (WOIO) - The Medina County Health Department is putting on a free H1N1 vaccination clinic for anybody.
The clinic will take place today from 10am-6pm at Brunswick High School at 3581 Center Road.
Up to 2,000 doses will be available at the clinic.
When the line for the H1N1 vaccine exceeds one hour, people in line will be offered a line ticket to return to the clinic instead of waiting outside in the cold December weather. Line ticket times are approximate wait times and may vary depending on the needs of people receiving the H1N1 vaccine. Line tickets will be matched to the number of vaccine doses available at the clinic. If someone returns to the clinic late after the line ticket time has passed, the person may need a new line ticket with a new return time.
Due to staffing H1N1 mass clinics, limited Medina County Health Department services will be available at our main building. Please call in advance for services available during H1N1 clinics. Office appointments are not available for H1N1 vaccine.
A special needs area will be available for people who have disabilities or special medical needs. People with special needs should notify a clinic greeter when they arrive.
Please bring a completed consent form for each person receiving a vaccine. The consent form is available at www.medinahealth.org. We encourage everyone to pre-register for the h1n1 clinic at www.odh.ohio.gov <http://www.odh.ohio.gov>, but preregistration is not required. Consent forms will also be available at the clinic. Completing a consent form or preregistration does not guarantee vaccination.