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Hamilton and Ravalli County Covid-19 Vaccine Information

   Montana’s COVID-19 vaccine supply continues to be dependent on federal supply
and allocations and information is subject to change.

Currently in Vaccine Phase 1B, which includes:

  • Montanans 70 years of age and older
  • 16 to 69 years of age with a high-risk medical condition
  • American Indians and other persons of color who may be at elevated risk for COVID-19 complications.
  • The vaccine is free. Vaccination providers may charge an administration fee.

Local Vaccine Providers

Ravalli County Public Health

Marcus Daly Memorial Hospital

  • By Appointment Only. No appointment slots are currently available, keep checking.
  • Vaccine Supplies are limited
  • Online registration when there are appointment slots available
  • Dedicated "Covid-19 Vaccination Interest List" phone line: (406) 375-4799
  • MDMH Covid Scheduling Information and FAQ
  • Location: 1200 Westwood Drive, Hamilton

 Sapphire Community Health

  • By appointment only, no vaccine currently available
  • Registration not available. Keep checking their website.
  • Phone: (406) 541.0032
  • Location: 316 N 3rd Street, Hamilton

Ravalli Family Medicine  

  • RFM patients only
  • Ravalli Family Medicine has been approved to be a provider of the COVID-19 vaccine. Our doses will be allocated by the Department of Public Health at the state level, based upon the number of doses the state receives. We are creating a list of persons who wish to receive the vaccine in our office. At this time, we are only accepting patients to the waitlist that are current RFM patients.
  • If you are a current Ravalli Family Medicine patient in the Phase 1B category

Please send email to: and include your name, date of birth, and the best phone contact number (only one please).

Federal Pharmacy Partners

  • As of 2/2/2021 the Biden Administration will begin distributing vaccine to national retail pharmacies including, Albertsons, Super One, Walgreens, and Walmart
  • Montana's Department of Health and Human Services (DPHHS) announced on 2/22/2021 that about 30 Montana pharmacies will start to receive a limited amount of vaccine doses this week and will make plans to begin administering doses next week.  The initial phased implementation of the program will include select retail pharmacies administering COVID-19 vaccines.  Once the list is finalized, DPHHS will post online the pharmacies that will receive these initial shipments.  State health officials say that pharmacies will be responsible for allocating the vaccine in their local communities following the Phase 1B recommendations. 

As vaccine becomes available other local enrolled providers include:

  • Bitterroot Drug, Hamilton – 211 W Main, Hamilton, (406) 363.3611
  • At this time they have a waiting list. They will take your information and put you on a waiting list.
  • Albertson’s Pharmacy- 1313 N 1st, Hamilton, (406) 363.7089
  • Corvallis Drug – 1029 Main St., Corvallis, (406) 961.3221
  • Ridgeway Pharmacy at Super One – 39 Stevensville Cutoff Rd., Stevensville, (406) 777.4410
  • Family Pharmacy - 3804 Eastside Hwy., Stevensville, (406) 777.5002 
  • Florence Pharmacy - 5540 Old Hwy. 93, Florence, (406) 273.6565

Veterans enrolled in the VA Health Care System 

 Please wait for us to contact you about getting a COVID-19 vaccine. When you can get a vaccine at your local VA health facility, we’ll contact you. You don’t need to call us to reserve a vaccine or come to a VA facility to request or receive a vaccine until we contact you. Our staff will only provide vaccines to Veterans and designated caregivers who are currently eligible for one based on VA and CDC risk criteria. VA Centers may also hold large vaccination clinics and we will try to publish that information as needed.

  • In the meantime Veterans should register/check in with other providers.

 Assisted Living Facilities, Group Homes & Mental Health Patients

  • Montana is taking part in the federal program working with CVS and Walgreens and a third partner, Big Sky Managed Care, a Great Falls-based company to provide pharmacy services for assisted living facilities, group homes and mental health patients. The three companies are operating on-site clinics at long-term care facilities to administer COVID-19 shots. All facilities are expected to have received first doses by the end of January.