(updated 3/10/2021)


Steamboat Medical Group is very excited about the COVID vaccine and is happy about our significant patient interest.

We are pleased to announce that we have been selected to administer this promising vaccine at our clinic. Due to current lack of supply, we are not able to do so yet and are not currently initiating a waitlist.

Public Health and UCHealth are currently distributing the available vaccine supply to designated high risk groups. We will continue to update this message as we get more information.

For local vaccine information or to fill out an interest form please visit:

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment COVID-19 call center for the public to ask questions specifically about the COVID-19 vaccine.

The toll-free number is 1-877-CO VAX CO (1-877-268-2926).


    1. ROUTT COUNTY TESTING through Routt County Public Health. FREE
      1. Call for an appointment: 970-870-5577 and leave a voicemail.
      1. Go to >  click on Covid-19 testing  > sign up/log in and order your test by clicking appointment > schedule appointment > Covid 19 or Antibody test.
      2. For the Covid 19 swab, you will need to call the testing center at 970-875-2686 to make an appointment after you order it.
      1. Monday – Friday from 9am-11am, and 1pm -3pm on Monday and Tuesday. You will need to have a test ordered by a physician.
      2. Once the physician orders the test, you need to call: 970-875-2686 to schedule an appointment.
      Call for an appointment: 970-736-8118

*Pricing of tests are dependent on the location, please discuss this with the testing site you choose.

For any questions regarding testing, please go to the Routt County website: CLICK HERE

or call Routt County Public Health at 970-870-5577

COVID-19 Isolation and Quarantine Information

  1.  Any person confirmed to have COVID-19 should isolate at home for 10 days from the time the   symptoms began. For any questions regarding testing, please call Routt County Public Health at 970-870-5577.

2. All close contacts of a known COVID-19 case should self-quarantine at home for 14 days from the last date of exposure. Close contacts are persons that live in the same household, intimate partners and anyone that has spent more than 15 minutes closer than 6 feet with a confirmed case. Please see #5 regarding testing during this time.

3. Close contacts of known cases are significantly at higher risk of becoming infected than people that had limited contact with a case. Quarantine helps prevent the spread of COVID-19 that can occur before a person develops symptoms or if they are infected with the virus and are asymptomatic.

4. Close contacts that are symptomatic should contact their medical provider and seek testing immediately.

5. Close contacts that are asymptomatic should wait five to seven days from the last date of exposure to seek testing. Testing right after an exposure may be too early in the incubation period to detect the virus.