How do I get vaccine for my health care employees?

If you are a health care employer interested in receiving COVID-19 vaccine to administer to your staff and/or other future population groups such as patients, contact the Nevada State Immunization Program.

DPBHCOVID19VAX@health.nv.gov

Monoclonal Antibody Clinic

As of Friday, Jan. 8., Sunrise Hospital, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, began offering Bamlanivimab monoclonal antibody infusions to adults who test positive for COVID-19 and who are at high risk to develop severe COVID-19. This outpatient therapy, authorized by the FDA for emergency use, is now available at Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center on a provider referral basis. The monoclonal antibody therapy has been shown to reduce the rate of hospitalization for infected patients by up to 70%.

Sunrise Hospital Monoclonal Antibody Clinic Provider Letter

Sunrise Hospital Bamlanivimab Infusion Screening Form

COVID-19 Monoclonal Antibodies Patient Education

Scheduling availability for second dose appointments will be coming soon. It is important to note that while you must wait three to four weeks to receive your second dose of vaccine, depending on which type you received, it does not need to be exactly at that interval.
Please read before registering for an appointment: The Southern Nevada Health District is administering the vaccine to groups as outlined in the Nevada COVID-19 Vaccination Program Playbook. Based on the playbook, the Health District is currently providing vaccine to groups in both the Frontline/Essential Workforce and General Population lanes, in an established priority order. This page lists the population groups that are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the current time, as well as which locations are offering vaccinations to each specific population group. The vaccine will be available to all Southern Nevadans who want to receive it. If you are currently eligible to receive the vaccine, it is important that you identify which group applies best to you before scheduling an appointment. If you arrive at a vaccination site and are ineligible for the vaccine at that time or at that location, either with or without a scheduled appointment, you may be turned away and will need to reschedule. Please only book one appointment at one location. Each person must register separately. For assistance with identifying your population group, please review the Vaccination Playbook or email snhdpublicinformation@snhd.org before booking an appointment.