Schedule your COVID-19 vaccination now! We are unable to accommodate walk-ins. Please do not call St. Luke's clinics directly about COVID vaccine scheduling. Unless you need to call for an emergency, please use myChart for questions and appointments. To ensure we're able to provide safe care in a safe environment for all patients, masks are required in all St. Luke's facilities, regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status. Learn more.
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