COVID-19 Vaccinating all Coloradans ages 16+

If you do not have an appointment, please do not show up for a vaccine. You will be turned away.  

Updated 4/9/21 
COVID-19 Vaccination Scheduling Questions >

Vail Health's 2nd Dose Clinics Schedule

*No first doses will be given. Do not show up unless you are due for your second dose.
  • Wednesday, April 14: 7:00am - 7:00pm, Pfizer & Moderna 
  • Wednesday, April 21: 7:00am - 6:30pm. Pfizer 
  • Thursday, April 22: 7:00am - 3:00pm Pfizer
  • Wednesday, April 28: 7:00am - 6:30pm Moderna

Eagle County Vaccine Clinics Schedule

View Eagle County Vaccine Clinics >

How to Schedule a COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment at Vail Health:

  1. Create a new patient account
  2. Once logged into the system, select 'Schedule/Request'
  3. Pick the service titled 'Vaccine Dose 1'
  4. Answer questions to confirm you meet the criteria
  5. Select the location 'Vail Health Hospital’
  6. Fill out demographic information
  7. Upload a government ID (if you have one). Take a picture of them with a phone and upload if needed.
  8. Pick an available appointment time. Note, your second dose appointment will be confirmed once you receive your first dose. This could be 21 or 28 days later depending on vaccine received.
Note: Time slots are limited and fill quickly. If the first available time slots don’t work for you, you can filter further by clicking “Specific Date” and selecting a specific time.

If you experience technical difficulties please email    

What To Consider When Scheduling Your Appointment

  1. You cannot receive the COVID-19 vaccine if you have received any other vaccines within 14 days.
  2. You must meet the criteria below to receive a vaccine:
    • Residents ages 16+ are defined as those with a permanent mailing or physical address within Colorado, and who will be present for 30 days past their first dose of vaccine to receive a second dose; or, those who own property in Colorado and reside there for greater than 30 days at a time, and who will be present for 30 days past their first dose of the vaccine to receive a second dose.
  3. Please review the following vaccine information below:
    You will be asked to sign a consent confirming that you have reviewed this information.
  4. If you have received your first dose with Vail Health, an appointment will be scheduled for your second dose at Vail Health. If you have questions, please email
    • Pfizer is 21 days after first dose
    • Moderna is 28 days after first dose 
  5. Once vaccinated, when am I fully protected from COVID-19?

Vail Health COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

If you scheduled a COVID-19 vaccination appointment, here's what you need to know:

  1. If you have questions about your Vail Health COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment or have any problems with our scheduling website, please email This email is monitored and is the quickest way for you to get answers.
  2. Please arrive at the Vail Health COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic, in the former Emergency Room of the west wing of the hospital, at the time of your appointment.
    • The Vail Health COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is located in the former Emergency Room of the west wing of the hospital at 181 West Meadow Drive in Vail, Colorado.
    • If you are coming for the vaccine only, we ask that you park in Lionshead as the structure is free for 2 hours. The West parking lot is reserved for The Steadman Clinic and Howard Head Sports Medicine patients, but is available if necessary for accessibility. You may also use the patient parking accessible via South Frontage Road.
    • The appointment will take approximately 45 minutes.
    • The hospital is currently not permitting visitors. We are permitting one visitor or caregiver to accompany you to your appointment only if there is a medical need
  3. What your need to know:
    • Please come prepared with your Government Identification (Driver’s License, Passport, etc. to validate current age)
    • After your vaccine, you will be asked to wait in the lobby for a 15 minute observation period.

 Additional Information

COVID-19 Vaccination Information from CDPHE  
  • Eagle County Public Health's COVID-19 website at  
  • We are unable to guarantee the COVID-19 vaccination that you will be receiving prior to your appointment.
Is the COVID-19 vaccine safe?
  • Like all vaccines, any COVID-19 vaccine must meet safety and effectiveness requirements set by the FDA before it is made available to the public. The CDC also has great information online:
  • For personal questions or guidance on receiving the vaccine, please contact your primary care provider.