Teton Valley Vaccination Plan
Summary of Changes – 6/1/21
- Vaccinations will be available every Thursday from 10:00 am to 6:30 pm at our Cache Clinic location.
- Appointment scheduling is no longer necessary.
- All vaccines administered at Cache Clinic will be Pfizer.
- Vaccination is available to everyone 12 years old and older.
Vaccines will be given once per week, on Thursdays, at Cache Clinic in Driggs.
852 Valley Centre Drive
Driggs, Idaho 83422
More about Cache Clinic
Appointments are no longer necessary.
Websites with more COVID-19 Information
Vaccine Information (general)
Information about vaccinations in Teton County
Checklist for Vaccination Day
- Please arrive at Cache Clinic on Thursdays from 10:00am to 6:30 pm.
- Please bring the following with you:
- Driver’s license, passport or other government issued identification. The name and date of birth on your identification MUST match the information you provided when you scheduled your appointment.
- Your health insurance card if you have one. You do not need to have insurance to get the vaccine.
- Please wear clothing that will allow us to vaccinate you in the upper arm. We cannot vaccinate through clothing.
After the administration of your vaccine, you will be required to wait at least fifteen (15) minutes to ensure that you do not have a reaction to the vaccine.
We recommend that you use your phone to take a picture of your vaccination card once we have updated it with the vaccine information.
Frequently Asked Vaccination Questions
Is it Free?
There is no cost to the patient. If you have insurance, your insurance will pay a small fee for the administration of the vaccine. There is no co-pay, deductible, or other cost to the patient.
I can’t make any of the dates.
EIPH will also be offering vaccination appointments at its office each week. Those appointments can be scheduled online HERE or by calling 208-354-2220. Corner Drug in Driggs is also providing vaccines Mon-Fri, those appointment can be scheduled HERE or by calling 208-354-2334
Do I have to be a citizen of Teton County?
No, however, we recommend that individuals seek the vaccine within their county of residence, as that is how the vaccine has been allocated.
Are Vaccines Mandatory?
What types of reactions can I expect?
The most commonly reported side effects, which typically lasted several days, were pain at the injection site, tiredness, headache, muscle pain, chills, joint pain, and fever. Of note, more people experienced these side effects after the second dose than after the first dose, so it is important for vaccination providers and recipients to expect that there may be some side effects after either dose, but even more so after the second dose.
For further information see the following: