COVID-19 Vaccination


COVID-19 vaccination is now available to individuals age 12 and older. As of May 12, approximately 265 million doses have been safely administered in the United States, resulting in declines in hospitalizations and deaths. Below is additional information about regional vaccination opportunities.

vaccination by maury regional health

Maury Regional Health offers COVID-19 vaccination in a number of locations. Please see information below for vaccination opportunities by community. If you have questions about vaccination, please visit the Frequently Asked Questions page on our website for information about the COVID-19 vaccine or check out our recent HEALTHfeed blog article about what to expect at your vaccination visit. 

Please check this page and our Facebook page frequently for updates regarding upcoming vaccination. New information will be added as it becomes available.

Adolescent Vaccination | BY APPOINTMENT

Maury Regional Health and Columbia Pediatrics are partnering to offer Pfizer vaccination clinics for individuals age 12 and older on the following dates from 2-7 p.m. at Columbia Pediatrics. To register, click on your preferred date below. As you register, please keep in mind that a second dose is needed for full vaccination 21+/- days following the initial vaccination. You will be registered for the second dose at the time your first dose is administered. Minors must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian who must sign the consent form for vaccination.

Tuesday, May 18
Thursday, May 20
Tuesday, May 25
Thursday, May 27
Tuesday, June 1
Thursday, June 3
Tuesday, June 8
Thursday, June 10

These vaccine clinics will be held at Columbia Pediatrics, located at 1600 Nashville Hwy. on the north side of Columbia. If you have any questions, please call 931.490.4624. For more information about adolescent vaccination, click here.

COLUMBIA | walk-in events

Maury Regional Health now offers vaccination on a walk-in basis in Columbia. During the month of May, convenient walk-in vaccination is available offered at the Maury Regional Medical Plaza, located at 854 W. James Campbell Boulevard in Columbia, while supplies last.

Walk-in vaccination is offered to ages 12 and older at the location above as follows:

Week of May 17-21

  • Monday, Wednesday & Friday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • Tuesday & Thursday: 8 a.m. - noon

Week of May 24-28

  • Monday & Wednesday: 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • Tuesday & Thursday: 8 a.m. - noon
  • Friday, May 28: CLOSED

If you have questions about vaccination with Maury Regional Health in Columbia, please email or call 931.490.4624.

MOBILE UNIT | events by appointment

Maury Regional Health is committed to increasing vaccination rates and now offers a convenient option to organizations and businesses for their members or employees. If you have 10 or more individuals interested in being vaccinated while at your facility, please complete our quick online request form by clicking here and a representative will contact you. 

The Mobile Health Unit will provide vaccines on the following dates at these community locations. 


additional locations


Marshall Medical Center in Lewisburg will offer COVID-19 vaccination on Thursday, May 20, from 3 until 5 p.m. Appointments are encouraged; however, walk-ins will be accepted while supplies last.


If you have questions about vaccination at Marshall Medical Center in Lewisburg, please call 931.359.6241, extension 3310.


Lewis Health Center in Hohenwald offers vaccination as supplies are available. If you have questions about vaccination at Lewis Health Center in Hohenwald, please call 931.796.6255.


Maury Regional Medical Group Primary Care in Spring Hill offers vaccination as supplies are available. If you have questions about vaccination at Maury Regional Medical Group Primary Care in Spring Hill, please call 931.486.2500.


Wayne Medical Center in Waynesboro offers COVID-19 vaccination as supplies are available. If you have questions about vaccination at Wayne Medical Center in Waynesboro, please call 931.722.2011.

About the vaccines

Pfizer/BioN Tech and Moderna have two-dose vaccines that received emergency use authorization (EUA) in December. The Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID-19 vaccine is a single-dose vaccine that received emergency use authorization (EUA) in February. For information about this vaccine, select the link below:

Moderna Fact Sheet

Pfizer-BioNTech Fact Sheet

Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) Fact Sheet - UPDATED



The pause on the use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine issued by the CDC and FDA on April 13 out of an abundance of caution has been lifted. The vaccine has been approved for use again. For more detail, click here. To review the updated J&J fact sheet, click here.

county health department VACCINATION INFORMATION

Most health departments in Tennessee now offer COVID-19 vaccination in walk-in or drive-through clinics. Learn more about vaccination opportunities in your area here. 

If you need further assistance, contact the Tennessee Department of Health South Central Regional hotline at 931.490.8312.


Learn more about COVID-19 vaccination in our Frequently Asked Questions section.