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COVID-19 Vaccine

Vaccine Availability

The Florida Department of Health is providing COVID-19 vaccines to those wanting one from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the following locations:

  • Mondays - Lakeland Health Department, 3241 Lakeland Hills Blvd. in Lakeland;
  • Wednesdays - Auburndale Clinic, 245 E. Lake Ave. in Auburndale;
  • Thursdays - Bartow Specialty Care Clinic, 1255 Brice Blvd., Bartow;
  • Fridays - Haines City Health Department, 1700 Baker Ave. E. in Haines City.

The Florida Department of Health in Polk will offer the Moderna, Pfizer and the Johnson & Johnson vaccines. No appointment is necessary, however, if individuals wish to make an appointment, they may contact the DOH Polk Information Center at (863) 519-7911.

Vaccine is also available at 54 locations in Polk County, through both federal and state programs. Below is a list of federal programs and local partners:

  • Lakeland Regional Health - or call (863) 904-1895;
  • Winter Haven Hospital;
  • Watson Clinic, Bond Clinic, Gessler Clinic, Ridge Medical Group and Health Medical Ultra;
  • Retail pharmacies - Walmart, Publix, CVS, Walgreens, Quick & Save, Ariana Pharmacy, Cleveland Heights Pharmacy, Family Discount Pharmacy, Polk Community Pharmacy, Broadway Pharmacy, Noble Pharmacy and Medoz Pharmacy.

In addition to DOH-Polk and Lakeland Regional Health’s vaccine availability, COVID-19 vaccine is also becoming more widely available through local pharmacies and private providers. Individuals are encouraged to visit the state’s COVID-19 vaccine locator to find vaccine availability nearest them. This can be found by visiting and clicking the Vaccine Site Locator map located on the home page.

Homebound Vaccinations

Register through the state’s homebound website at Their request will be routed to a regional incident management team who conduct home visits to administer vaccine.