Community COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic to be held at Holy Rosary Healthcare
Miles City, MT - Our ultimate goal is to vaccinate as many members of our community as quickly and safely as possible.
We are following the state’s COVID-19 vaccination allocation plan, which remains in Phase 1A. We are actively vaccinating healthcare workers, first responders and those working or living in long-term care and assisted living facilities. Vaccination of this priority group will continue as planned.
We anticipate additional phases of vaccination administration (Phase 1B) to begin very soon. We are prepared to vaccinate individuals as outlined in Phase 1B of Montana’s Vaccine Allocation Plan, which includes those who are 70 years of age and older, 18-69-year-olds with specific medical conditions, and Native Americans or other people of color who may be at elevated risk for COVID-19 complications, as soon as the state moves to Phase 1B.
We understand our community members are eager to receive the vaccine and we will notify the community as soon as vaccination appointments become available.
In the meantime, individuals interested in receiving the vaccine at Holy Rosary Healthcare during one of our Community COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics, should consider creating an SCL Health MyChart account for the fastest, easiest scheduling experience. Visit MyChart.SCLHealth.org to create an account. Once the vaccine appointments are available, you will be able to schedule an appointment directly through MyChart.
How to be prepared for the COVID-19 vaccine clinic:
- Create a MyChart account now
- vBring your insurance card
- Bring your photo ID
- Do not bring children with you
- Wear a mask
Keep in mind that the number of people who can get vaccinated in Phase 1B will be heavily dependent on the amount of vaccine available. Which means, not everyone who is eligible will be vaccinated on day 1 of Phase 1B.
We work closely with our state partners to understand the allocation and schedule for vaccine shipments each week, and we coordinate our vaccination plans and schedules based on the timing and amount of vaccine we receive, which can change week to week.
SCL Health is a faith-based, nonprofit healthcare organization dedicated to improving the health of the people and communities we serve. Founded by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth in 1864, our health network provides comprehensive, coordinated care through eight hospitals, more than 180 physician clinics, home health, hospice, mental health, and safety-net services in Colorado and the Montana Wyoming region.