New COVID-19 vaccination site opens at Lutheran Hospital May 4 with Spanish language resources

As part of our commitment to the communities we serve, we are expanding access to COVID-19 vaccines in Cleveland.

On Tuesday, May 4, we will open a new vaccination clinic available to the general public at Cleveland Clinic Lutheran Hospital. The clinic will offer vaccinations to Ohio residents ages 16 and older, by appointment only on Tuesdays. Individuals may sign-up for their first dose vaccination appointment on MyChart or by calling 216.448.4117 Tuesday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (ET).

Bilingual caregivers, as well as bilingual way-finding signage and COVID-19 vaccine information, will be available to assist patients who speak Spanish. Vaccine information will also be available in Arabic, Somali and Swahili.

In addition, these resources and links to on-demand webinars — some of which are available in Spanish — may be shared with patients, fellow caregivers, family and friends.

Lutheran Hospital’s COVID-19 vaccination clinic adds to existing Cleveland Clinic vaccination sites available to the general public, as well as those available to caregivers, contractors and vendors.

Our neighbors in the Fairfax community now have access to additional vaccination appointments. On April 28, we expanded our vaccination clinic at Langston Hughes Community Health & Education Center. Vaccinations will be available on Mondays and Wednesdays, by appointment only. Read more about our vaccination efforts at Langston Hughes Center.