Cabell-Huntington Health Department and Community Partners Open Vaccine Clinic at the Sears Building at Huntington Mall

HUNTINGTON, West Virginia. The Cabell-Huntington Health Department is proud to announce a new COVID-19 vaccine clinic in collaboration with the following community partners; Marshall Health, Valley Health Systems, Marshall University, Wayne County Health Department, Cabell County EMS, and Mountain Health Network including Cabell Huntington Hospital, St. Mary’s Medical Center, and HIMG.

The COVID-19 Vaccine Center will be in the Sears building located at 100 Huntington Mall Road in Barboursville. The site will be open for walk up vaccinations starting next week and will soon be accessible for both walk up and drive through services. This clinic will be scheduled by appointment only from the existing waitlists. When vaccine supply will allow, up to 3,000 vaccinations can be given a day at this new vaccination site.

This new vaccine center will be the headquarters for the Cabell-Huntington Health Department’s vaccination delivery. Other vaccinations sites will continue to operate, and additional new, smaller sites are being planned to ensure rapid and equitable vaccination distribution.

“We are pleased to be able to offer services in this new center, providing the public more stability and easier access while improving flexibility and scalability as vaccine supply increases. We are very thankful for the support of all our partners in this venture and we are confident in its success.” Dr. Michael Kilkenny, CEO and Health Officer of the Cabell- Huntington Health Department

We continue to work each day to administer all vaccine doses that we are allotted. We look forward to an increase in vaccine supply as we prepare to vaccinate more of our community at the COVID-19 Vaccine Center. For more information on vaccine registration and to follow vaccine clinic updates, please visit our website cabellhealth.org or contact our COVID-19 hotline at (304) 526-3383.

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