Important information for those who have received 1st dose of COVID-19 vaccine at Valley View Hospital:

For those who received the COVID-19 vaccine prior to January 6th, you will receive an automated voicemail and text to tell you your appointment date and time for your second dose. For Phase 1B employees, your employer is also receiving information about your second dose.

For those who received their first dose on January 6th, you are automatically scheduled for your 2nd dose. Your appointment is noted on your Vaccine Card.

All second doses are administered in the same location. Thanks for prioritizing this second appointment as it maximizes the efficacy of your vaccine.

We understand that there are many questions about when the COVID-19 vaccine will be available to you. The state of Colorado has outlined guidelines Valley View and its entire network of care must follow. For more information on where you may fall in its plan please visit the Garfield County Public Health COVID-19 Vaccine page or the CDPHE COVID-19 Vaccine page.

Vaccines by County 

Valley View is proud to meet the region’s healthcare needs. In regard to the COVID-19 vaccine, our partner is Garfield County Public Health. Hence we are working with them as a provider to support Garfield County residents.

If you are a Valley View patient who lives in another county, we appreciate you choosing Valley View for your healthcare needs. For questions about how you can get the COVID-19 vaccine, we ask you to please reach out to the public health department in your county of residence. This is the framework established by the state of Colorado so we appreciate your understanding.

Here are some additional links to help:

Eagle County residents
Pitkin County residents
Mesa County residents
Rio Blanco residents
Routt County residents

Vaccine Scheduling at Valley View

Due to the limited number of vaccines Valley View has received from the state of Colorado, we are suspending the community waitlist for adults 70 and older for the COVID-19 vaccine until we can better respond to the high demand.

  • If you called the COVID-19 Community Hotline, received a call back from Valley View Hospital and were placed on a waitlist, we will contact you when we have additional doses and can schedule you for your vaccine.
  • If you left a voicemail after 2 pm on Tuesday, January 5, we are unable to call you back.
  • If you left a voicemail prior to 2 pm on Tuesday, January 5, we will call you back. We appreciate your continued patience.

We apologize for this change. The number of vaccines we have received has been very limited and we cannot schedule without additional supplies. As we receive more information about vaccine supplies, we will continue to improve our process.

Watch our website and follow us on Facebook for news about the availability of additional vaccines.

How will I know when it is my turn to be vaccinated?

Garfield County Public Health is posting frequent updates in the news media, on Facebook @garfieldhealth, and on their website on the COVID & Public Health page. To navigate to the COVID & Public Health page from the main Garfield County site, click the red COVID & Public Health rectangle at the top of the page. Sign up to be notified about Garfield County COVID news at