Covid Testing and Vaccine

COVID Testing

   Free COVID Home test kits are available in the office, please limit 2-3 kits per person.

Find and Register for Testing

Register for testing at This is the ISDH site and provides the most up-to-date interactive map and current information on test sites. 

Community Testing Sites

If you have possible or confirmed COVID-19:

  1. Stay home from work and school. Stay away from other public places.
  2. Monitor your symptoms carefully. If your symptoms get worse, call your healthcare provider immediately.
  3. Get rest and stay hydrated.
  4. Notify any Close Contacts 

Hamilton County Health Department COVID vaccine clinic 

Bivalent boosters have been approved for 12 and older which are now available in Hamilton County.    The updated vaccine was changed to be more effective against circulating variants now recommended by the FDA .

Hamilton County Health Department building at 18030 Foundation Drive in Noblesville, IN  46060

Vaccines and Doses Offered

  • Moderna 1st and 2nddose.
    • Bivalent Moderna booster  
  • Pfizer: 1st and 2nddose for 12 years and older
    • Bivalent booster doses of COVID-19 vaccine for anyone 12 and older  
  •  Pediatric Pfizer: 1st and 2nddose for 5 to 11 year old 
    • Booster dose 5 months after 2nd dose
  • 2nd Boosters:  Bivalent vaccines for both Moderna and Pfizer formulations are now approved and available. 
  •  If under the age of 18 Guardian MUST be Present!


9am - 3:30pm

***Walk-In appointments accepted, may end prior to posted time at clinic.


Please go to OURSHOT Registration to make an appointment and secure an available dose  or you can Call 211 for assistance to register. Registered appointments minimize wait time and secure vaccine availability.

  • Look for site name:   LHD Hamilton Co Covid MPVAX

Walk-ins are welcome, after clinic start time and may end just prior to the last appointment based on vaccine availability.  

Received the vaccine? Make sure you sign up for the v-safe after vaccination health checker..

Vaccines Work!

Studies show them to be effective in the real-world settings in preventing mild and severe disease, hospitalization, and death. 

Visit the Indiana Department of Health website frequently for updates about Scheduling and Registration