More COVID-19 vaccine appointments available at St. Luke's
People do not need to be a St. Luke's patient to make an appointment.
St. Luke's announced Monday it has a large availability of COVD-19 vaccines and is opening appointments to non-patients.
People currently eligible for a vaccine include:
- People age 65 and older.
- Health care workers, both paid and unpaid, including primary caregivers who care for people with complex medical needs .
- Pre-K-12 educators.
- Child care staff.
Appointments can be scheduled by:
- Logging into St. Luke's myCare patient portal for those who are patients.
- By emailing your name, date of birth and phone number to email@example.com and a St. Luke's staff member will call you to schedule an appointment.
- By calling 218-249-4440 and press option 1, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
"If you or anyone you know is eligible and wants to get vaccinated, we strongly advise you to schedule an appointment now," Dr. Van Deelen, St. Luke’s interim co-president/CEO and chief medical officer, said. "We expect the state to expand the eligibility list soon and that it will again become extremely difficult to find available appointment times."
For more information, visit slhduluth.com/COVIDVaccine .
This story originally contained the wrong phone number. It was updated at 2:35 p.m. March 9 with the correct number. The News Tribune regrets the error.