Public Health to Relocate Vaccination Clinics

Public Health - Dayton & Montgomery County is relocating its COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics to two new locations, Sinclair College Centerville, 5800 Clyo Rd., Centerville, and SugarCreek Packaging, 900 N. Gettysburg, Dayton (formerly Kroger).

These two new locations are replacing the Dayton Convention Center and Bethesda Temple, respectively. Vaccinations will begin the week of April 26, at Sinclair College Centerville, with exact dates and times to be determined. The start date and times at SugarCreek Packaging are yet to be determined. The schedule at both locations is subject to change.

Public Health is relocating from the Dayton Convention Center due to work being done in preparation for upcoming events. In addition, the move from Bethesda Temple will allow us to host larger clinics.

“We purchased the former Kroger building on Gettysburg for our continued growth in West Dayton and it is our pleasure to open our building to the community for vaccinations. We are fortunate to partner with Public Health to offer a convenient location for them to offer a safe and smooth process for vaccinations. We look forward to seeing many of you in the coming weeks,” said Jennifer Richardson Hutcheson, Chief Relationship Officer, SugarCreek.

“Sinclair College is proud to partner with Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County as our region works together to ensure residents have access to COVID-19 vaccines,” said Dr. Steve Johnson, President – Sinclair Community College. “Sinclair will continue to support these vital efforts to protect our students, faculty, staff, and community by exploring more opportunities to utilize our facilities, including our downtown campus later this summer.”

Individuals who have received their first dose of vaccine at either of the previous locations and are scheduled to receive their 2nd dose after April 24, will be notified by email or phone regarding the time and location of their 2nd dose.

Public Health is currently only administering the two-dose series of the COVID-19 vaccine. To register for an appointment to receive your first dose, visit or call Public Health at (937) 225-6217, Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.

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