COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic in Springfield Relocates

February 24, 2022

To ensure convenient access to COVID-19 vaccines, Mercy is relocating its vaccine clinic to Mercy-Smith Glynn Callaway, 3231 S. National Ave. in Springfield.

“We chose that building because it’s home to multiple family medicine, internal medicine and pediatric practices,” said Dr. Brad Wyrsch, president of Mercy Clinic Springfield Communities. “We know it may be more convenient for people to get their vaccine while they’re at a doctor’s appointment, so we’re moving the vaccines to where many of our patients are.”

Kids-Vaccines-SGF Mercy is moving its COVID-19 vaccine clinic to Mercy-Smith Glynn Callaway, 3231 S. National Ave.

The initial location was chosen because high vaccine demand required a very large space. Now, doctors are hoping the convenient new location will encourage others to get vaccinated.

The new vaccine clinic will open on Wednesday, March 2, in Suite 150 of Mercy-Smith Glynn Callaway. For easiest access, patients should follow the signs and go in Entrance B.

As COVID-19 continues to mutate and spread, medical professionals are reminding patients that it’s not too late to get vaccinated. “Remember, if you got your last shot at the end of August, it’s time to think about a booster dose,” Dr. Wyrsch said. “We all want to reach the end of this pandemic, and vaccines are our best tool.”

Patients can schedule a vaccine appointment by clicking below, or they can simply walk in and request one. Patients younger than 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.