Montana: Providence patients will be notified when eligible for vaccine

Providence Montana is not vaccinating the general public at this time. Providence continues to follow local, state and federal guidelines and requirements for vaccine distribution and is subject to vaccine dose availability.

We are entering into Phase 1B of the State of Montana’s vaccination plan.

Providence Montana will only offer the COVID-19 vaccine to existing (already established) Providence primary care patients meeting eligibility requirements of Phase 1B. Eligible Providence patients will be directly contacted via MyChart (our electronic health record), text message or phone—and be prompted to schedule an appointment.

There is no need to contact our offices to schedule a vaccine appointment. We will contact those who are eligible in a timely manner, and as supplies allow.

If you are not an existing, already established Providence patient, contact:

Missoula County: 406-258-INFO (4636) or visit https://covid19.missoula.co/VaccineInformation

Lake County: 406-883-7288 https://lakecountypublichealth.org/

Below are resources to help you learn more about this safe and effective vaccine. You can also find the latest information on our website, coronavirus.providence.org.

Thank you for continuing to do your part to keep our communities safe by wearing a mask, practicing social distancing, and washing your hands frequently. Stay safe and be well.

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