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COVID-19 Vaccine at St. Luke’s

Vaccine Currently Available

Appointments are required.

In addition to our regular offerings, St. Luke’s will be holding a pop-up Novavax COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at St. Luke’s Denfeld Medical Clinic on Thursday, August 18 from 12 – 4 pm.

To Schedule an Appointment:

In Duluth call: 218.249.4200

In Ashland call: 715.685.6600

Use myCare Patient Portal*

The following appointment types can be direct-booked via the child's myCare Patient Portal account*:

  • 6-month to 4-year-olds: Initial Series
  • 5- to 11-year-olds: Boosters

No other vaccine appointment types are available for booking via the portal.

Please bring your vaccine card to your appointment


Most private insurance companies and government insurance programs like Medicare will fully cover the cost of administering the vaccine. For those who are uninsured, you will be billed for the cost of receiving the vaccine (prior to April 5, 2022, vaccines were covered by HRSA for uninsured patients, but this coverage has now lapsed).

Vaccine Information:

St. Luke's is offering approved vaccines to eligible groups, based on CDC guidelines. For the latest, check the CDC's website on staying up-to-date with your COVID-19 vaccines here.

*Note: Patients under 18 are required to be accompanied at their appointment by a parent or guardian, OR bring a signed vaccine form. Patients under 12 MUST be accompanied by an adult.

Vaccine information sheets, emergency use authorizations and forms are available here.


Vaccines are given at several St. Luke's clinic locations, including Denfeld Medical Clinic, Infectious Disease Associates, Chequamegon Clinic and Pediatric Associates. See the light blue box above for phone numbers to schedule.

About the Vaccine

St. Luke’s is administering FDA approved vaccines and vaccines currently approved for use under EUA. These vaccines are safe and effective and have undergone rigorous testing from the Food and Drug Administration to ensure safety and efficacy. Each vaccine is highly effective in preventing severe COVID-19 illness and hospitalizations.

Updated 6/21/2022 at 1:30pm

Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine.