Schedule your Vaccine Appointment

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We are currently scheduling vaccine appointments for the Pfizer vaccine on:

  • Thursday, May 6 at Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs

The second dose will be Thursday, May 27 at Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs. You must be able to make your second dose appointment as we unfortunately we cannot accommodate alternative scheduling.  Please review the eligibility criteria and requirements prior to scheduling an appointment.

Schedule Appointment Online

For additional scheduling assistance, email covidcommunityhotline@vvh.org or call 970.384.7632, Monday thru Friday from 8 am to 5 pm. We will return your message within two business days.

An appointment is required to receive a vaccine at Valley View. No walk-ins are allowed. *If you do not meet the eligibility criteria or your criteria cannot be verified, your appointment may be cancelled.

Vaccines at Valley View are administered at no charge.

Please note, our online scheduling tool does not work in Internet Explorer so please use an alternate browser such as Chrome, Safari, Edge, etc.

Instructions for Online Scheduling

Please follow these instructions when scheduling your appointment.

  • Patient type – Required: Please select whether you are a new or existing patient. The process is the same for both.
  • Specialty – Required: “Employee Health Center” will auto populate. Please note, this field is mandatory and does not indicate the vaccine is only for employees. It is open for all eligible groups as outlined above.
  • Reason for visit – Required: “COVID-19 Vaccine” will auto populate.
  • Date: Click any day that is highlighted in green. These are the only days that have open appointments at this time. We only schedule appointments after we have received the vaccines.
  • Provider: Please select “David Brooks, MD.” Dr. Brooks is the Chief Medical Officer at Valley View and overseeing these clinics. If you have questions about the vaccine, please do not call Dr. Brooks. Instead, you may contact our COVID-19 community hotline by emailing covidcommunityhotline@vvh.org or calling 970.384.7632 Monday thru Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. We will return your message within two business days.
  • Location: Please select “Occupational Health at Valley View.” Please note, this Occupational Health clinic is temporarily located in Valley View’s Conference Center. When you arrive for your vaccine, you will be directed to it.

Your second dose will be scheduled during your first dose appointment. The date and time of your second dose will be written on your vaccination card by Valley View staff.

Vaccine Eligibility at Valley View

Per the State of Colorado, Valley View is now vaccinating: General public age 16 and over

Vaccine Requirements at Valley View

You must also meet the following requirements to receive your vaccine at Valley View:

Arriving for your Appointment

You need to come to Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs and enter at the lower cancer center entrance.

We ask that you park your own car. If you require assistance, complimentary valet is available.

Please do not come to the hospital more than 15 minutes ahead of your appointment time or 15 minutes after your appointment time. This is to allow us to best serve you and make sure we have appropriate physical distancing as part of the vaccination process. If you arrive more than 15 minutes past your scheduled appointment, we may give your vaccine away.

The following points are key for your appointment:

  • To enter the hospital, you must wear a mask and you will be screened for COVID-19 symptoms. Be prepared to practice social distancing throughout the entire process.
  • Wear clothing that will easily allow you to get your shot.
  • You will wait 15-30 minutes after you receive your vaccine in the post-vaccination observation area.

Second Dose Information

If you have received a COVID-19 vaccine at Valley View Hospital, you must return to hospital for a second dose, sometimes referred to as a booster shot.

You are automatically scheduled for your 2nd dose during your first dose appointment. Your appointment date and time is noted on your Vaccine Card. Unfortunately we cannot accommodate alternative scheduling.

All second doses are administered in the same location.

Thank you for prioritizing this second appointment as it maximizes the efficacy of your vaccine.

The second dose is administered at no charge.

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Additional Questions

  • Question:How do you not have enough vaccines for us?
    Answer: The number of vaccines we have received has been very limited. We receive our vaccine supply from the state of Colorado.
  • Question:How do I know if I am eligible to get the vaccine?
    Answer: You can see who is currently eligible at https://covid19.colorado.gov/for-coloradans/vaccine/find-out-when-youre-eligible-for-a-covid-19-vaccine
  • Question:Can I just walk in and get the vaccine?
    Answer: No, we are not accepting walk-ins. Any individual who arrives without an appointment and necessary information will be redirected.
  • Question:How will I know when I can come back for my 2nd dose?
    Answer: You are automatically scheduled for your 2nd dose during your first dose appointment. Your second dose appointment is noted on your Vaccine Card.
  • Question:Can you put me on a wait list?
    Answer: Valley View does not have such a waitlist so we are unable to place you on one. We encourage you to check our website and Facebook page regularly. Visit Garfield County Public Health to find other local vaccine providers
  • Question: How much does the vaccine cost?
    Answer: The vaccine is free and Valley View will not charge an administration fee.