We are excited to announce we are expanding our ability to vaccinate more patients as well as those in our surrounding community!
If you are 16 to 18 years old you can now get a vaccine at one of our clinics. This is open to patients and nonpatients!
For those 19 to 54 Mountain Park is only vaccinating patients at this time.
If you are not a Mountain Park patient but fall in one of the categories listed below or are 55 and older you can now get your vaccine at Mountain Park Health Center too!
Let us know if you have any questions by chatting with one of our representatives in the chat box on the lower right corner of your screen or call our scheduling line 24/7 to schedule your appointment. (602) 243-7277
- Healthcare and EMS Workers
- Long-term care facilities
- Emergency medical services
- Outpatient clinics
- Home health care
- Public health
- Education (e.g., school nurses and healthcare personnel)
- Long-Term Care Facilities
- Other High-Risk Congregate Settings
- Shelters (Homeless, domestic violence)
- Overnight treatment facilities
- Funeral Home Workers who cannot telework
- K-12 schools (public, private, charter)
- Community colleges, universities and professional schools
- Technical and trade schools
- Educational support services
- Vocational rehabilitation services
- Childcare Workers
- Law Enforcement/Protective Services & Other First Responders
- Corrections Officer & Staff
- Additional Frontline Essential Workers
- Food and agriculture (restaurants, community food banks, etc.)
- Grocery store workers
- U.S. Postal Service
- State and local government workers
- Public Transit and rideshare drivers
When You Are Visiting Our Clinics ...
All of our clinics are open to better serve you and our entire community. The next time you make your appointment, you may be asked to come to the clinic or have a Televisit video call.
In-person appointments and Video Televisits are determined on a case-by-case basis, but if your provider asks you to come to our clinic, please don't forget to wear a mask to protect yourself and those around you.
If You Are Sick
Stay home, except to visit the doctor and keep in communication with your Care Team.
Separate yourself from other people, even those living in your home. This includes your pets.
Before visiting your doctor, call ahead. This will protect the people around you.
Don't share personal items such as cups, utensils, and bedding. Wash everything thoroughly after each use.
Tips For Transmission Prevention
Wash your hands often and well. If you can't wash them, use a hand sanitizer.
Wear a mask to protect yourself and others.
Cover your cough or sneeze with your elbow or a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash. DO NOT cover your cough with your hand.
Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth.
Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
Stay home when you are sick.
To schedule an appointment call (602) 243-7277 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Proper Ways to Wash Your Hands!
We Are Now Offering Video Televisits!
Your upcoming appointment with your provider may be through our Video Televisit Healow App. Call us at (602) 243-7277 to schedule a time to speak to your provider.
But before you do, here are a few things to keep in mind to have a great visit.
1. Make sure your volume is on loud so you don’t miss our call or text. Please note that it may come from a blocked number.
2. Have your questions ready and be sure to have a pen to write down any follow up steps that need to be taken.
3. Have your medications and dosages ready.
4. Try to find a quiet and private place to have this conversation.