Vaccination Volunteer Process for Physicians
We have received a number of inquiries from physicians interested in volunteering to assist at COVID-19 vaccination sites. The Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment (CDPHE) has advised us that the only current platform available for volunteer registration is at https://covolunteers.state.co.us/.
Our understanding is that they have not yet activated this resource since the limiting factor has been vaccine availability rather than vaccinators. However, there has been recent comment at the federal level encouraging the use of volunteer healthcare professionals to assist in the vaccination effort and it is anticipated that expanding vaccine availability and broadening of eligible populations will create a need in the future. We will continue to monitor developments in this area and provide further information as it becomes available.
Vaccine Availability Update
We have just learned of two possible administration sites for COVID-19 vaccinations. We cannot guarantee availability when you call but are sharing this information as we get it as we have received many inquiries and are trying to share resources as we become aware of them.
Kaiser is now offering vaccination for persons 70 yrs or older, even if not a Kaiser member. Call 303 338-4545. After the recorded message, they will ask for your Kaiser number. Say "I do not have one." then select "medical advice" Expect a long wait.... then you will get a live person to make your appointment.
Sky Ridge Medical Center has announced that they are able to offer community providers and staff the opportunity to receive the first dose Moderna vaccine this week. Please have your office manager complete the attached spreadsheet listing all the providers/employees who would like the vaccine, following the instructions below. Second dose clinics will start four weeks out from the first dose and they will provide you with those details as soon as firm.
Clinic dates/times are as follows:
Wednesday, January 6 from 2:00- 6:00 p.m.
Thursday, January 7 from 2:00- 6:00 p.m.
Friday, January 8 from 2:00- 6:00 p.m.
The vaccination clinic is located in the Women’s Atrium Classroom. Please enter the building through the employee entrance (doors will be unlocked) located on the northeast side of the campus, across from the parking garage, and take the stairs directly across from the parking garage. Everyone will be COVID screened at that entrance and directed to the clinic.
Please complete and return the spreadsheet to no later than end of business today. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to call 720-225-1362.
New Vaccine Announcement
The Denver Medical Society is joining with the Colorado Medical Society to announce a new opportunity for physicians and their staffs to receive COVID-19 vaccinations. We have heard from many members about their inability to get vaccinated. Today we are proud to offer physicians and their frontline staff teams that have not been vaccinated yet a chance to get vaccinated as soon as possible.
This opportunity is a result of a new partnership with CDPHE and Children's Hospital Colorado. While it may not be convenient for every member, we are continuing to work tirelessly to find solutions for ALL physicians and their teams. If you haven't been vaccinated yet, we encourage you to seize this opportunity.
They are ready to vaccinate YOU and YOUR TEAM.
How does this work?
Click on the link below to fill out contact information for you and your teammates. You will then be contacted by Children's Hospital Colorado to schedule an appointment.
Where will I be vaccinated?
Vaccinations are occurring at the Aurora and Colorado Springs locations. Physicians and their staff do not have to be residents of these areas.
How do I know I will be scheduled?
The Colorado Medical Society is championing efforts to get our physicians and their teams vaccinated and was able to secure this new opportunity through this new partnership with Children's Hospital Colorado and CDPHE.
Rose Medical Center is offering COCID-19 Vaccinations to
Rose Medical Center is opening their vaccination clinics to non-Rose affiliated physicians although they are not able to accommodate such physician’s staff members at this time due to vaccine supply constraints. Vaccinations are offered on a walk-in basis and do not require registration or scheduling. Below are the schedules for January and February vaccination clinics. You are encouraged to fill out the virtual consent form attached, which will streamline the process when you arrive and ensure the Rose team that you are approved to receive the vaccine. Plan for your visit to take approximately 30 minutes.