COVID-19 Vaccination

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Vaccines are one of the tools we have to fight the pandemic.

Vaccinations play a huge role in reducing severe symptoms and death from the coronavirus. According to the CDC, studies show COVID-19 vaccines are safe and very effective. A 3rd vaccine was just authorized for use in the U.S.

The Panhandle Health District is overseeing the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccines provided by the State of Idaho. Vaccines will be administered to groups as outlined in the state’s prioritization schedule.

Waiting List Sign-Up

To be placed on the coronavirus vaccination waitlist, click below.

Limited Supplies

*Supplies are Limited

No Walk-Ins

NO Walk-In Appointments

Two Shot Vaccine

Two-Dose Vaccination


Appointments Fill Quickly

Heritage Health Vaccination Efforts

(Kootenai and Shoshone Co.)
*statistics updated weekly

Vaccines Administered to date*
Patients Received 1st Dose


Heritage Health Patients
Non-Heritage Health Patients
Awaiting 2nd Shot
Received the Complete Vaccination

Heritage Health will be assisting the Panhandle Health District to help deliver the COVID-19 vaccination to residents in Kootenai and Shoshone counties.
*As supplies of the vaccine increase, we anticipate more people being vaccinated. Currently, Heritage Health is receiving a total of 760 total doses per week.

COVID-19 Vaccination Criteria Update

Now Offering Vaccine Appointments for Everyone Ages 16yrs +

Patients who book appointments will be required to provide proof of eligibility – a pay stub, an employee badge, etc. If patients do not have proof of eligibility, they will not be provided vaccination.

Newly Eligible

Those who live or work in Idaho; ages 55-64; and has at least one “Increased Risk Medical Condition”; is now eligible for an appointment.
People who book an appointment must attest to their medical condition at the time of vaccination.

Medical conditions can include:


Chronic Kidney Disease


Down Syndrome

Immunocompromised state

Obesity BMI >30
Severe obesity BMI >40


Sickle Cell Disease


Type 1 Diabetes

Type 2 Diabetes


Cerebrovascular Disease

Cystic Fibrosis

Hypertension or
High Blood Pressure

Heart Conditions

Such as heart failure.

Adults with Disabilities including:

Those who have limited mobility or who cannot avoid coming into close contact with others who may be infected, such as direct support providers and family members; people who have trouble understanding information or practicing preventative measures, such as hand washing and social distancing; and people who may not be able to communicate symptoms of illness.

Still Available for Previous Groups

Phase 1a

individuals employed in the following industries:

Hospital Staff

Dental Services

Long-Term Care Facilities

Emergency Management Response

Outpatient & Inpatient

Pharmacy Services

Home Healthcare Providers

Emergency Medical Services


First Responders

School Nurses

Phase 1b

individuals employed in the following industries:

Adults 65+

Pre-K - Grade 12 Staff

Childcare Workers

Correctional/Detention Staff

Vaccine Clinic Locations

Heritage Health is offering community vaccine clinics for Kootenai and Shoshone Counties at the following locations.
Walk-Ins are NOT eligible.

Salvation Army Kroc Center

1765 West Golf Course Road,
Coeur d'Alene, ID

Vaccinations are distributed on the east end of the Kroc Building. Signage will direct you where to go.

Heritage Health Kellogg

740 McKinley Avenue,
Kellogg, ID

The Kellogg Clinic is at 740 McKinley Avenue and you can be vaccinated from the comfort and convenience of your own vehicle.

  • Patients should bring proof of eligibility. If you do not meet the criteria, you will not be provided vaccination at the vaccine clinic.
  • Do not make multiple appointments. Please do not schedule unless you are able to make the appointment.
  • Please DO NOT CALL the clinics for appointments.
  • Please do not arrive more than 10 minutes in advance of your appointment to ensure we have adequate room for social distancing.
  • You must commit to completing the two doses of the vaccine. Your second dose will be scheduled at your first dose appointment.
  • If you are suffering from the coronavirus, please wait until all of your symptoms have subsided before getting the vaccine.
Appointments are dependent on available supply. Each week Heritage Health will schedule appointments for Idaho residents who meet the current criteria. Heritage Health is only offering vaccination appointments for Idaho residents who are within the 1a/1b groups listed above. If you qualify as an eligible group according to the State of Idaho’s criteria but do not meet Heritage Health’s current criteria, please contact Panhandle Health District for more information. To learn about appointment availability through Panhandle Health District, visit or call their COVID-19 hotline at (877) 415-5225.
If you meet the criteria, please click the button below.   Waiting List  
  • Vaccine supplies are limited.
  • Appointments are booked quickly.
  • For now, we deliver the two-shot vaccination.
  • The vaccine is being administered at The Salvation Army Kroc Center in Coeur d’Alene and at our Kellogg Clinic by appointment only.
  • No Walk-ins!

After getting the vaccine, some people encounter side effects. These may include:

  • pain where the shot is given
  • fever
  • chills
  • tiredness
  • or  headache lasting 1-2 days

These are normal signs that your body is building protection against COVID-19. Learn more about what to expect after getting your COVID-19 vaccine.