COVID-19 Vaccine Information

EIPH is now scheduling appointments for anyone 6 months or older

How to Schedule an Appointment at EIPH

Call our office at (208) 533-3223 to schedule an appointment.

Or visit our Office Locations Page to call and schedule an appointment

Our appointment scheduling line is open Monday-Friday from 8:00am-5:00pm.

Learn more about our local community levels on our Epidemiology & Communicable Disease page.

Do I need a booster? Find out on the CDC page!

To find other vaccination providers near you, visit the CDC vaccine website.

I got my COVID-19 vaccine
  • You will receive an appointment reminder call or text a few days before your appointment
  • Please wear a short sleeve shirt to your appointment
  • Take a photo-ID
  • Bring your insurance card, including Medicare Advantage and Supplemental plans
  • You will be provided with paperwork to fill out when you arrive
  • You will receive a vaccination card that says which COVID-19 vaccine you were given as well as the date and location it was administered
  • A fact sheet with additional information about the COVID-19 vaccine you are receiving will be provided to you. There are fact sheets for each COVID-19 vaccine with information about the risks and benefits of that vaccine.
  • Allow time to stay at the vaccination site for 15-30 minutes after getting vaccinated to make sure you don’t have a reaction that needs medical attention.
  • COVID-19 vaccine may cause mild to moderate reactions, including pain or swelling at the injection site, muscle pain, headaches, and mild to moderate fevers. These are normal signs the body is producing an immune response. You may report adverse event following vaccination at the VAERS website or contact your local health department.
  • It takes time to build protection and immunity after receiving a vaccine. A person is considered immune two weeks after receiving the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
  • It is recommended to follow the dosing schedule for each vaccine unless a healthcare provider or doctor tells you otherwise.
  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19, it is recommended to get tested.
  • Consider getting a booster dose when you are eligible.