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COVID-19 Vaccine

HRRMC is hosting a COVID-19 vaccination event on Friday, Jan. 22 from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.

The online scheduler has now been closed and is no longer available to take appointments.

In order to be eligible, you must be a Chaffee County resident, and fall in Phase 1A or 1B of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment's vaccination categories. This only includes healthcare workers, first responders (EMS/ambulance, firefighters, police, etc.), and those aged 70 and older at this time.


Consent forms

If you have signed up for an appointment to be vaccinated at HRRMC, please see the two forms below. You will need to print these, fill them out and bring with you to your appointment. Please have these filled out prior to arriving so bottlenecking does not occur at the vaccination site.

COVID-19 Vaccine Consent Form

Consent to Treat Form

Please note that you will not be responsible for any out-of-pocket costs. However, per the consent to treat form, we will bill your insurance for the administration cost of the vaccine - there is no cost for the vaccine itself.

Fact Sheets

Depending on the type of vaccine you receive, please see the following fact sheets that explain what to expect when you are vaccinated from the FDA.

Moderna Fact Sheet

Pfizer Fact Sheet

Frequently Asked Questions

The FAQ sheet below highlights some frequently-asked questions about the vaccine, with answers based on guidance from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs

HRRMC's Pharmacy Director Mark Ceglowski answered some of the most commonly-asked COVID-19 vaccine-related questions HRRMC has received. Listen below for answers to some of those frequently-asked questions.

Who should get vaccinated for COVID-19? If I've already had the virus, should I also get vaccinated? Listen to the answer below:

When will I be eligible to get vaccinated? Listen to the answer below:

How was a vaccine developed so quickly? Is it safe? Listen to the answer below:

How did the process for vaccine approvals occur? How is HRRMC making decisions on vaccine distributions?

Will there be a cost for me to get vaccinated?

We ask for your patience and continued support as our community and our country enter this new phase of the fight against the pandemic. HRRMC does not definitively know what shipments of vaccines will look like in the future, or how many we may receive on any given week.