For COVID-19 and vaccination updates, view our information for the community. If you're experiencing symptoms, call your primary care provider.

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COVID-19 Community Vaccination Information

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Methodist Health System is proud to be partnering with health departments in the communities we serve to assist with the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine is available at most all of our Methodist Physicians Clinic locations. Appointments for the vaccine are recommended and can be made by calling (402) 354-CARE.

Because information and processes vary by health department, we recommend you review the following:

Douglas County Residents

For the most up-to-date details and information about community vaccination clinics with the Douglas County Health Department, visit the Douglas County Health Department website.

Residents of Other Nebraska Counties

Nebraskans residing outside of Douglas County are strongly encouraged to visit the state of Nebraska COVID-19 vaccine website, which is now taking registrations. You may also call (833) 998-2275. Due to call volume, officials urge you to try accessing the registration process via the website.

Pottawattamie County (Iowa) Residents

For the most up-to-date details and information about community vaccination clinics and testing locations with the Pottawattamie County Health Department, visit the Pottawattamie County Health Department website.

You can also access testing information and where to pick up at home testing kits at Test Iowa.

More Information

We know you may have questions surrounding the vaccine, and we encourage you to speak with your Methodist provider. You can send a message via Methodist My Care

Other resources from our health care experts:

More COVID-19 Resources

Get access to state, national and international resources to help you and your family understand COVID-19 and how to protect yourselves.

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