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To keep all of us safe, but especially to protect our most vulnerable patients, Akron Children’s will continue to rely on the proven safety protocols that slow the spread of COVID-19. These include requiring face masks at our facilities for everyone over age 2 and medically able, promoting social distancing and hand washing, and encouraging those who are eligible to get the vaccine.

Thank you for helping to keep our patients safe.

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COVID Vaccines

For Akron Children's Hospital Pediatrics (ACHP) and Locust Pediatrics patients

COVID-19 vaccine appointments are available for kids 5 and up. To schedule a COVID vaccine appointment with an ACHP office or Locust Pediatrics, you must be an established patient. You can schedule online using your MyChart account or by calling 330-543-2778. 

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COVID-19 Testing

Established patients of our pediatric practices (ACHP) can call the Appointment Center at 330-543-2778 to schedule a nurse visit for a COVID test.

Testing for all other children is available:

  • With a provider's order at our outpatient labs.
  • At our Urgent Care locations. Patients who are symptomatic will be evaluated for treatment and the need for testing will be determined by the provider.

Urgent Care locations:

Additional testing resources.

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How to Request a Vaccine Record

Here’s how you can request a copy of an immunization record, which will include COVID-19 vaccines. Please note that Akron Children’s Hospital does not provide replacement COVID-19 vaccination cards.

If you are an Akron Children’s Hospital patient:

  • Option 1: Log in to your MyChart account and click on “Immunizations” for the vaccine record.
  • Option 2: Call your Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics office.
  • Option 3: Complete and return a signed authorization form to our medical records department.

If you received your vaccine at a clinic staffed by Akron Children’s but you aren’t a patient:

  • Option 1: Contact your local health department. Vaccine records are maintained in a state database that health departments can access.
  • Option 2: Request your records from the Ohio Department of Health through the mail. Visit for a records release form

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