Centura Health is sending invitations to patients when it is their time to receive the vaccine through MyCenturaHealth, their patient portal. These invitations will be sent based on the state tiering system, starting with patients age 70 and over. An appointment is required to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and walk-ins cannot be accommodated. If you are currently not a patient you can go to their website to get added to their vaccination list.
Banner Health is determining vaccine eligibility through the survey linked below. If you are eligible, please schedule your appointment online as the Banner Health System is receiving a high number of requests for appointments.
Boulder Community Health is offering vaccination notification and scheduling through the MyBCH patient portal. The quickest and most efficient way to schedule a vaccination from Boulder Community Health is to use a MyBCH account. If you already have a MyBCH account, you should check that your personal information is up to date. If you need to set up an account, you can do that on their website. You do not need to be a current BCH patient to establish a MyBCH account.
Denver Health is currently working to contact and make appointments with patients age 70 and over who currently receive care at a Denver Health facility or have received care in the past three years. Invitations are being sent by MyChart to schedule these vaccinations. Tickets to schedule COVID-19 vaccinations for patients 70 or over are being generated in a phased fashion. For those with MyChart accounts or willing to sign-up for one, this will be a much quicker process for scheduling your vaccination. Instructions to create a MyChart account are on the website.
HealthONE is currently focusing efforts on vaccinating people ages 70+. If you fall into this category, you may complete the form on their website to sign up to receive additional information and instructions about scheduling an appointment to get the vaccine. Upon providing your information, you may not receive correspondence immediately, but you will be placed on a first-come, first-served wait list for the vaccine based on your eligibility. They will provide updates and scheduling instructions, by email and/or text message.
Kaiser Permanente is offering vaccination for persons 70 years or older and others in eligible 1A and 1B categories, even if not a Kaiser member. Visit their website to complete the “COVID-19 vaccine sign up.” Upon providing your information to them, you will be placed on a first-come, first-served wait list for the vaccine based on your eligibility.
Salud is a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) operating 13 clinic locations across our state. They focus on low-income, medically underserved populations as well as the migrant and seasonal farmworker population. They are providing vaccines. To sign up, go to their website.
SCL Health is currently contacting patients age 70 and older who are receiving care at an SCL Health facility. Individuals interested in receiving the vaccine should consider creating an SCL Health MyChart account for the fastest, easiest experience. Visit their website to create an account and schedule an appointment if you are eligible and one is available.
STRIDE is administering the vaccine to persons 70 years or older. Sign up now on their website.
UCHealth is using My Health Connection, their online patient portal, to communicate with patients. If you do not have an active My Health Connection account or are new to UCHealth, sign up to be placed on a list to receive the COVID-19 vaccine when it is available for your age, according to the state’s plan. You can create a My Health Connection account on their website.
Vail Health is currently scheduling appointments with those who meet the vaccine eligibility stated on their website.