GRHS staff are committed to giving these additional vaccines as soon as feasible and request your patience.
A surge in new cases, especially among the unvaccinated, combined with a shortage of nurses and other staff at hospitals is a big concern for all.
With anything new, there are legitimate questions and concerns. It's good to have questions. To help clear up the confusion, we’re here to help. As always, ask your provider for additional advice.
The quickest and easiest way is to request a copy of your immunization record online from the Minnesota Immunization Information Connection (MIIC).
COIVD-19 vaccines are widely available in our area for 16+ years of age. Continuing with preventative measures is crucial to avoiding another spike in cases. With warmer weather, everyone is looking forward to a spring that contrasts last year's.
One year after the pandemic began, testing and treatments for COVID-positive patients continue. Vaccines are available to eligible community members.
by Thomas Haus, M.D., Family Medicine When you realize you don’t feel well after getting the COVID-19 vaccine, tell yourself, “This is a good and healthy response!” Changing your mindset may help get you through a few days of pain and discomfort. Vaccines, including the vaccine created to protect against COVID-19, work by making the...
Patients of GRHS will be called when they’re eligible for the vaccine and to schedule an appointment. We are optimistic that we'll get more vaccines in the future - for now, here's the latest.
Glacial Ridge is hopeful that we'll soon be allocated vaccines on a consistent basis and look forward to assisting with getting the COVID vaccine to more of the community.
Glacial Ridge hospital and clinics are experiencing a high volume of phone calls inquiring about getting the COVID-19 vaccine. In an effort to continue to serve all patient needs, Glacial Ridge patients are encouraged to follow these steps to get the latest information on vaccine opportunities.