Community Vaccine Clinics

Community Vaccine Clinics

Rasmussen Center, Creighton campus

Creighton Serves as Community Vaccine Clinic

Creighton University is serving as one of four COVID-19 community vaccine clinics in partnership with the Douglas County Health Department. The clinic will be located in Creighton’s Rasmussen Center, 702 N. 17th St., with convenient parking located off 17th Street, between Burt and Cass streets. (See parking information.)

To expedite the process, all guests should complete the Douglas County Health Department’s COVID-19 Vaccine Consent Form ahead of time and bring it with them to their appointment. Those receiving their second dose are asked to bring their COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card as well.

Registration is through the Douglas County Health Department. Vaccinations are by APPOINTMENT ONLY; no walk-ins will be accepted. Please arrive no earlier than 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment to help avoid overcrowding and to maintain proper social distancing.

Who is eligible? The Douglas County Health Department is scheduling vaccination appointments for Douglas County residents who are 65 years of age or older.

How do you register? Douglas County residents, born in 1956 or earlier, can register for an appointment through the Douglas County Health Department’s COVID-19 Vaccine Registration Site or by calling the health department’s information line at 402.444.3400.

Please note: Registration is through the Douglas County Health Department, and not Creighton University or CHI Health.


General Information

Creighton COVID-19 Community Vaccine Clinic
Location:
Rasmussen Center, 702 N. 17th St. (see campus map)
Open: Saturdays
Hours: 9 a.m.-7 p.m.
Parking: See maps below
Reminders: Please bring your completed Douglas County Health Department COVID-19 Vaccine Consent Form with you to the clinic. Those receiving their second dose should bring their COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card, along with their completed consent form.
Other clinics

Vaccinations are by appointment only; registration is through the Douglas County Health Department: COVID-19 Vaccine Registration, 402.444.3400

Important Reminders:

  • Please plan to arrive at the entrance of the Rasmussen Center NO MORE THAN 10 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to help avoid overcrowding and to maintain social distancing inside the clinic. Plan accordingly with parking and shuttle service (see parking information). 
  • Please wear clothing that allows for easy access to administer the vaccine in your shoulder.
  • You will not be allowed to bring food or drink into the Rasmussen Center, except for bottled water.
  • You are strongly encouraged to bring only one guest (companion) per patient, to reduce the number of people in the clinic and promote physical distancing.
  • Please follow all signage once inside the Rasmussen Center. Areas will be set aside for registration, administration of the vaccine and post-vaccine observation.
  • Please remember to wear a face covering at all times, maintain at least 6 feet of distance between other patients and practice good hand hygiene.
  • It is recommended to wear sneakers or flats, as the floor inside the Rasmussen Center is turf.
  • Translation services will be available.

Maintain Vigilance After the Vaccine

Vaccine Clinic ‘Inspiring’


Creighton COVID-19 Community Clinic: By the Numbers

Date Operational Hours # People Vaccinated # Clinical Volunteers # Nonclinical Volunteers*
2/6 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1,429 126 64
2/13 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 1,496 143 83
2/20 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 4,798 186 136
2/27 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. 3,635 208 123

(* Does not include the more than 60 people weekly who are support staff from Athletics, Enrollment Management, Facilities, Public Safety, University Communications and Marketing, Housing and Auxiliary Services, and Creighton Recreation and Wellness or are members of the Friday night setup crew.)


Interested in Volunteering?

Creighton University is accepting the names of students, faculty and staff who would like to serve as volunteers at the Creighton community vaccination clinic, both in a clinical (health care) and nonclinical capacity. Currently, interest in serving as a volunteer is very high, and a reserve list is being compiled. If you would like to be considered for a volunteer position, and notified when one becomes available, please complete this form. You only need to fill out the form once.


Parking

Please note:

  • Maps have been updated due to concurrent events on campus. Please refresh your browser window or view in a private browser window to see the most recent updates.
    Last Updated: Thursday, March 2
  • NO PARKING will be allowed in the diagonal parking spaces just east of the Rasmussen Center on Saturdays. Violators will be towed.
  • ParkOmaha is allowing patients to park in their lot at 18th and Chicago streets for no cost during clinic operations.

Map for taking shuttle for COVID vaccine

Shuttle

Patients can park in the Patient Parking lot and take the shuttle service, which will do drop-off and pick-up at Door #2. Patients may use Door #3 to exit the building and walk back to the parking lot.

Use this shuttle map.


Map for parking and walking for COVID vaccine

Park and walk.

Patients can park in Patient Parking, walk across 17th Street and enter Rasmussen Center at Door #1. The patient will use Door #3 to exit the building. The distance from the Patient Parking lot exit to Door #1 is about 200 yards. If you are unable to comfortably walk that distance, please feel free to use the shuttle.

Use this park-and-walk map.


Covid Vaccine Map for Limited Mobility Dropoff

Limited Mobility Patient Drop-off + Pick-up

Patients with limited mobility (including anyone who has difficulty walking more than 200 yards, or those using wheelchairs, walkers, canes, etc.) can be dropped off at Door #2, on the north side of Rasmussen Center.

Drivers can park and wait in the Overflow Parking lots. When the patient is ready, the driver can proceed to Door #2 to pick up the patient.

Use this limited mobility drop-off map.


Covid Vaccine Map for Mobility Dropoff

Mobile Patient Pick-up

Mobile patients can enter through Door #1. There is no designated drop-off area for mobile patients. However, they can be picked up in the green shaded area along 17th Street after exiting Door #3. For those with limited mobility (including anyone who has difficulty walking more than 200 yards, or those using wheelchairs, walkers, canes, etc.) please refer to the Limited Mobility Map.

Drivers can park and wait in the Overflow Parking lots. When the patient is ready, the driver can proceed to the green area to pick up the patient at Door #3.

Use this mobile drop-off map.