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COVID-19 Vaccine Information

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Due to limited vaccine supply, St. Luke's Medical Clinic is currently not administrating vaccines.   Patients will be contacted as supplies become available.
Interested in getting a COVID-19 vaccine?

 

Here’s what to do its as easy as 1-2-3

  1. Sign up for notifications from Larimer County Public Health and Weld County Public Health on when and how you can get the vaccine.

  2. Contact your Local Public Health Agencies with COVID-19 questions.

  3. Check where you can get vaccinated when it is your turn

St. Luke’s is committed to keeping our patients healthy during this COVID-19 global pandemic. We are offering Telemedicine visits for certain services and have put much stricter protocols in place for in-office visits, including temperature checks, the highest levels of personal protective equipment, and frequent sterilization of all areas of the clinic. We are also now offering Curbside Concierge services that allow you to receive vaccinations, have your blood drawn or get a blood pressure or INR check from the safety of your car. All you have to do is schedule your appointment, pull into the reserved parking spot, and a member of our staff will come out to assist you.

 

We have also been working with the CDC and the Larimer County Health Department to ensure that we have the latest information and resources to share with you. As more businesses across the state and country begin to re-open their doors, it's more important than ever to wear a mask in public and to practice good hand-washing hygiene. 

If you have been in contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, you should quarantine yourself at home for 14 days from the last date of exposure. Do not go to work or school, and avoid public places and all public transportation, including ride shares. Monitor your health for fever, cough or shortness of breath, and contact your Primary Healthcare Provider’s office if symptoms develop. You can download instructions on how to self-monitor for COVID-19, along with a chart to track your symptoms, by clicking on the button below.