COVID Vaccine Information

COVID Vaccine Information

St. Luke’s Health System opened COVID-19 vaccine appointments for Idahoans who are age 65 and older on Monday, Feb. 1 per state guidance.COVID vaccine appointments almost immediately filled across the health system. Because supply is limited, St. Luke’s is opening the same number of appointments as it has in vaccine doses. The hospital will continue to open appointments as it receives more vaccines.

**Please check the mychart scheduling frequently if you do not immediately receive an appointment.**

To schedule a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at St. Luke’s Wood River:

  • St. Luke’s patients can schedule appointments online using myChart for the quickest access.
  • Those who cannot use myChart may call St. Luke’s Connect at 208-381-9500 to set up an appointment.
  • People who have never used St. Luke’s services may set-up a myChart account online or by calling 208-381-9000.
  • People may also set up online myChart proxy access for family members or dependents.
  • Please bring a driver’s license or passport to provide proof age to your appointment.

St. Luke’s is currently scheduling the approved prioritized groups, which include all of Group 1 (health care workers and long-term care residents), Group 2.1 (first responders, pre-K-12 teachers and school staff, daycare workers, correctional and detention facility staff members and adults age 65 years and older. View the state’s timeline and the advisory committee’s list of groups.

The vaccine is being administered to all groups at no cost to the patient.

Other COVID-19 vaccination options in Blaine County
In addition to St. Luke’s Wood River, Valley Apothecary, Luke’s Pharmacy and South Central Public Health District are also providing the COVID vaccine in Blaine County.

Valley Apothecary
201 N Washington Ave., Ketchum, ID 83340
Schedule online:

Luke’s Family Pharmacy
101 S Main St., Hailey, ID 83333
Schedule online:

Albertsons Pharmacy
911 N Main St
Hailey, ID 83333
(208) 788-6713
Schedule online:

South Central Public Health District
Fill out this form to be placed on the health district’s waiting list.

Future COVID-19 vaccinations
St. Luke’s continues relies on its health districts along with state and federal planning for many pieces of its vaccine program, including the amount of vaccine it receives weekly. At this time, St. Luke’s is unable to set a specific timeline for when other groups will open for scheduling and is working to balance community demand with vaccine supply.

Helpful resources to learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine:

As we move forward together, we encourage you to continue to practice good measures to prevent the spread of the virus like face coverings, physical distancing, and hand hygiene.