The Douglas County Health Department (DCHD) and its community partners will host four community clinics beginning Feb. 1 in an effort to provide Douglas County residents in Phase 1B with their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. One of the locations that they have chosen for distribution is CHI Health Immanuel.
At this time, anyone age 16 or older, in any NE county, can head over to the DCHD sign up page to sign up for the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine. (If you are between the ages of 16 through 18 years old, you will need parental consent and a guardian present with you in order to get the vaccine. The only vaccine you will qualify for is the Pfizer vaccine.) Anyone in this group who does not have any computer access is asked to call the Health Department’s Information Line at (402) 444-3400 to set an appointment (stay on the line to hear full list of options.)
If you are coming to Immanuel for your appointment, here is a wayfinding map of where to park near the Immanuel conference center.
For more information, including all locations and times, view the full DCHD press release.
For Sarpy County, visit the Sarpy/Cass Public Health website or call (402) 593-3678.