Schedule COVID-19 vaccines
Please download the following DHA 207 form
and the DD 2870 form
, complete them, and take them with you to your COVID-19 vaccine appointment. Appointments can now be scheduled for adolescents ages 5-11 year old.
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital also offer COVID-19 vaccines without an appointment for all beneficiaries receiving their first dose. Walk-in COVID-19 vaccines are available Monday - Friday, 6:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. at the Passenger Processing Center at Fort Campbell. The vaccine site is closed on Federal and training holidays. Beneficiaries, who schedule vaccines using the link above, can complete a quick online questionnaire and required paperwork before arriving at the Passenger Processing Center, saving time upon arrival at the vaccine site.
The Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine is currently being offered to all eligible TRICARE beneficiaries ages 12 and older with a valid ID card and who are medically cleared to receive the vaccine. When available, Moderna COVID-19 vaccines are given to beneficiaries 18 years and older.
Parents/guardians must accompany family members ages 5 and 17 receiving the COVID-19 vaccine to co-sign paperwork. Only individuals requiring a medical escort may attend another individual's COVID vaccine appointment. Adults receiving the COVID-19 vaccine should arrange for childcare.
Active duty service members, Department of the Army Civilians, and contractors should schedule their COVID-19 vaccines using the link above.
If appointments are full, please continue to return to this site. Appointment availability changes frequently.
Schedule second dose COVID-19 vaccines
Second dose vaccine scheduling can be made by going to the following link Dose 2 COVID-19 vaccine.
Please schedule your appointment as close to 21 days after receiving your first dose.
Take your vaccine card with you to your second dose appointment.
If you received the Moderna Dose 1 COVID-19 vaccine, please schedule your appointment as close to 28 days after receiving your first dose
If you have certain immunocompromising conditions, such as undergoing cancer treatment or taking medications which suppress your immune system, CDC recommends you get an additional dose of a mRNA vaccine at least 28 days after your second dose of a mRNA vaccine. You can learn more at the CDC site.
Where to get the vaccine
All COVID-19 vaccines are provided at the Passenger Processing Center, 7162 Hedgerow Rd., Fort Campbell, Kentucky. From Gate 7, head southwest on Glider Road toward N Bell Road, turn right on Wickham Ave., turn right onto Market Garden Road, drive past Hedge Row Road to first parking lot on left. Map directions.