How To Get A Covid-19 Vaccine Appointment In Colorado
It's an honest question these days, heck I'VE wondered and have asked it several times and now, here's an answer.
According to the Greeley Tribune, providers distributing Covid-19 vaccines have created hotlines for anyone really but especially for those that don't have internet access to call to schedule appointments.
As of right now, the state is still in phase 1 of the distribution which means that only health care workers, first responders, long term staff and residents and people over 70 can get the vaccine.
Health systems are scheduling appointments for patients AND non patients but the list is long and there is a bit of a wait list. If you have trouble signing up for the vaccine or have any questions, the hotline is 1-877-268-2926.
There are also some other numbers to call and schedule an appointment for major healthcare providers..
- Centura Health: 866-414-1562 or centura.org/vaccine
- Denver Health:303-436-7000 or denverhealth.org/covidvaccine
- Kaiser Permanente: 1-844-951-1932 or kp.org/covidvaccine
- UCHealth: 720-462-2255 or uchealth.org/covidvaccine
- National Jewish Health: Online registration (and to sign up for notifications for when more appointments are available, go here)
- HealthOne: 303-453-2477 or complete a request form
- SCL Health: 303-812-2051
- Boulder Community Health: 303-415-7777 or bch.org/vaccine
- Vail Health (with Eagle County Public Health): 970-328-9750 or complete a request form
- Banner Health Center at Lady Moon in Larimer County: Register for an appointment online
- Banner Health Family Care Clinic in Logan County: Register for an appointment online
- Banner Family Medicine-Brush in Morgan County: Register for an appointment online
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