COVID-19 Vaccination Providers
In addition to NCHD and State mobile clinics hosted by NCHD, there are several other locations offering vaccinations on a regular basis. Go to Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment's Colorado PROVIDER MAP to see all state locations. Below is a current list of providers and registration information for our region:
Salud Clinic offers Moderna or Pfizer: 970-484-0999
or REGISTER HERE
Sterling Walmart offers Moderna or Pfizer: 970-522-8340 or REGISTER HERE
Lorenzo Apothecary call ahead to check availability: 970-522-0828
Sterling Walgreens offers Moderna: 970-522-1447 or REGISTER HERE
Colorado Plains Medical Center (Fort Morgan): 970-542-3311 or https://www.coloradoplainsmedicalcenter.com/
Salud: 970-484-0999 or https://www.saludclinic.org/covid-vaccine
Fort Morgan Walgreens: 970-542-9345 or
Genoa Pharmacy (in the Fort Morgan Centennial Mental Health Building), open to the public: 970-427-4033
Fort Morgan Safeway: 970-867-3027
Fort Morgan Walmart: 970-542-2284 or https://www.walmart.com/store/5033-fort-morgan-co/pharmacy
Melissa Memorial Hospital 970-854-2500 Moderna 1001 E Johnson St, Holyoke, CO Call ahead to schedule - Usually have vaccine clinic on Fridays, but sometimes the days change, so best to call ahead and schedule.
Haxtun Family Medicine 970-774-6187 Moderna
Sedgwick County Health Center (Julesburg): 970-474-3323 or https://www.schealth.org
Yuma District Hospital: 970-848-4712
or Yuma District Hospital Facebook
RESIDENTS 65+, NEED ASSISTANCE
WITH CLINIC TRANSPORTATION?
Northeast Colorado Area Agency on Aging (NECALG) is available to
transport individuals to clinics. Please call:
Fort Morgan Office
231 Main St., Suite 211,
Fort Morgan, CO 80701
Yuma County - Marlene Miller:
Office: 970-848-2277 | Cell: 970-630-7713
Washington/Morgan County - Linda Shilling:
Logan/Phillips/Sedgwick County - Megan:
PLEASE REVIEW THESE GUIDELINES BEFORE REGISTERING FOR AN NCHD VACCINE CLINIC
NCHD is currently vaccinating all Phases. Click here to see details.
Precedence is given to individuals who live or work in Logan, Morgan, Phillips, Sedgwick, Washington, and Yuma Counties. Other Colorado residents are served as vaccine availability allows. If the vaccine you are given is a 2 dose series, you will need to receive your 2nd dose from NCHD in the same county as your first, about four weeks later.
NCHD is currently offering the Moderna vaccine at our clinics which is a 2 dose series. When you receive your first dose, you will receive information to register for your second dose. NCHD will offer the Pfizer and Janssen vaccines as availability allows.
Those with a history of severe allergic reactions such as anaphylaxis to any medications may still be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, but should talk to their doctor first -- please be advised that Northeast Colorado Health Department will not administer the vaccine to these individuals but refer these individuals to a hospital or provider clinic to receive their vaccine.
If you have a history of anaphylaxis to any medication and have made an appointment with Northeast Colorado Health Department for your vaccine, please contact us immediately to cancel your appointment.
We reserve the right to cancel appointments if the registrant does not qualify for any one of these guidelines.