The Incident Management Team has gathered information and resources to help you understand the COVID-19 vaccines available in Sheridan County.
Get the latest information on available booster shots and use recommendations from the CDC.
Where to get the vaccine
- Sheridan County Public Health: (307) 672-5169
- Albertson’s OSCO pharmacy: (307) 672-8908
- Hospital Pharmacy West: (307) 673-3188
- Walgreens: (307) 674-1936
- Walmart: (307) 674-7417
- Sheridan VA Medical Center is administering vaccines to Veterans. Learn more on the Sheridan VA Medical Center website.
To find a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at any local pharmacy, visit vaccinefinder.org.
Sheridan Memorial Hospital is no longer providing COVID-19 vaccinations.
Prepare for your appointment
How to prepare:
- Review vaccine overviews & safety information available on the CDC COVID-19 vacccine website.
- Attend your appointment on-time, as scheduled. If for any reason you cannot attend you appointment, let the facility know ASAP.
What to bring:
- Your medical insurance card/information (if you have insurance)
- Your COVID-19 vaccination card (provided after your first dose)
- You may be asked to present your driver’s license or an ID depending on which facility you receive your vaccine from.
After your 1st vaccine appointment:
- You will receive a vaccination card documenting the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine you received.
- Sign up for v-safe – a free, smartphone-based tool that uses text messaging and web surveys to provide personalized health check-ins after you receive a COVID-19 vaccination. V-safe also reminds you to get your second dose. Learn more at www.cdc.gov/vsafe.
- If you experience a side effect, please note is a sign that your body is building protection. Learn about the common side effects and tips on how to ease their discomfort on the CDC’s website.
- Continue practicing social distancing, wearing a face covering, washing your hands and other COVID-19 precautions. It takes time for your body to build protection after any vaccination. COVID-19 vaccines that require 2 shots may not protect you until a week or two after your second shot.
About the vaccines
Below are links to get more information about the COVID-19 vaccines from the CDC: