Where do I go if I have symptoms of the flu and COVID-19 such as fever, coughing, shortness of breath?

If you have local questions about Coronavirus (COVID-19), please call our patient information line at (970) 564-2201.

If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911, or go to your nearest emergency room. Call ahead to wherever you’re receiving care to let them know what symptoms you are experiencing.

The COVID Drive-thru has closed!

*The Park Street Draw Station is currently only COVID testing! Check back soon for extended hours and lab services!

Southwest Health System’s electronic health record vendor, Cerner CommunityWorks, cannot generate QR codes linked to COVID-19 test results. Testing at another organization may be necessary for travel to countries requiring QR-encoded results.

Offering Pfizer, Moderna & Janssen vaccines!

Available Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm

This will be by appointment only, schedule here: www.shsretailpharmacy.com

Pfizer is for 5 years of age and older with a second shot due 28 days after.

Moderna is for 18 years of age and older with a second shot due 3 weeks after.

Janssen is a single-dose shot for 18 years of age and older.

The process takes approximately 30 minutes.

Patients can call 970-564-2280 with any questions.

Pfizer, Moderna & Janssen Booster Vaccine Clinics

***Check back soon for the next clinic date!***

-Located above our main hospital entrance lobby.
-No appointment is necessary.

For more information visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/vaccines/booster-shot.html

Monoclonal Antibody Therapy

You will need a referral from your provider, be within 10 days of symptom onset, and have a positive covid test with an oxygen saturation of 90% or better on room air or baseline O2. Please contact your provider for more details on scheduling. The therapy will last approximately 2-3 hours.

A Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment monoclonal antibody bus will be available at specific locations throughout the state of Colorado. If you would like to receive monoclonal antibody treatment, please contact your Primary Care Provider (PCP) and let them know you would like to visit the specific bus number and location. Once you have a referral, you will be contacted to schedule a specific day and time. For the current schedule and for more information please visit: https://covid19.colorado.gov/for…/covid-19-treatments

COVID-19 vaccines and who is offering them in our area?

Vaccines are currently being distributed by CDPHE to the Montezuma County Health Department and local pharmacies such as Safeway, City Market, Walgreens and Walmart. Please reach out to them for information and availability. For details on eligibility and vaccine locations in Colorado, click here.

From December 2020 through May 1, 2021, SHS has held 59 COVID-19 clinics providing 5,488 first-dose, 4840 second-dose, 10328 total doses of COVID-19 vaccines given. Except for just a handful of Johnson & Johnson, SHS has primarily given Pfizer and Moderna mRNA vaccine.

FACT SHEETS for COVID-19 tests and testing information provided at SHS can be found here.

If you can, please bring your ID and insurance information when coming in for care.

Masks are required for all patients and visitors. We ask that you bring your own, but will provide one if needed.

For more information on our VISITOR GUIDELINES, click here.

When do I need to go to the doctor?  Click here for more information.

Need prescription refills or to visit your primary care provider?

SHS continues to see patients with telehealth options for most patients in the comfort and safety of their own home.

Please call to set up a telehealth appointment!