Covid Testing & Vaccine Updates – April 2021

Free Community Surveillance Testing

Big Sky Relief, the collaborative COVID-19 relief effort, announced the Big Sky Winter COVID-19 Surveillance Testing Partnership to keep the community healthy and businesses open entering the winter season. The free, self-administered tests are available for Big Sky residents and employees working in Big Sky who are over and 18 and are currently asymptomatic. Tests may be picked up during the posted hours from the drive-thru window at 1700 Lone Mountain Trail and may be dropped off 24/7 using the deposit box at the drive-thru or the drop-box located at 88 Ousel Falls Road, Unit A1. View surveillance testing program details below, including dates and pick up and drop off hours.

Big Sky Medical Center Vaccine Clinic 

Bozeman Health has been and continues to contact patients to schedule their immunization appointment as we receive allocations of COVID-19 vaccine. However, they are also posting vaccine appointment sign-up links on their website to ensure every dose is used as quickly as possible. As of April 1, 2021, Bozeman Health is providing COVID-19 vaccine to all patients age 16 years or older who wish to be protected. There is special prioritization for those that meet Phase 1A, 1B, and 1B+ criteria. Bozeman Health Big Sky Medical Center is offering a variety of clinics for Big Sky Residents.  To sign up for your appointment and learn more:https://www.bozemanhealth.org/vaccine

If you have issues scheduling your appointment using these links, email info@bozemanhealth.org for assistance.

Gallatin County Health Department

Please encourage your Gallatin County friends, family and co-workers to sign up on the Healthy Gallatin website to register their intent to receive the COVID-19 Vaccine.  Once on the list, individuals will be contacted for an appointment relatively quickly at this point. 

Registering intent helps the Health Department and the vaccinating partners better plan for efficient allocation of the available doses and scheduling vaccine clinics. 

Adding the current number of eligible population in the county that are fully vaccinated to the number on the waiting list, falls short of herd immunity. The Montana COVID-19 Response dashboard reports that only 41.6% of Gallatin and 46.9% of Park County residents have received the vaccine to date.  

Madison County – Madison Valley Health Center

If you reside in Madison County please call 406-682-4223 to be added to the waitlist. People in all Phases (1B, 1C, and 2) may call to be added to the waitlist, but doses are only currently available for those that meet the criteria of Phase 1B. Click here for more information. MVMC will contact prospective clinic patients directly to schedule an appointment. 

IF YOU HAVE ALREADY CALLED FOR THE MVMC WAITLIST: MVMC requests that you call to request your vaccine dose be administered in Big Sky. If you don’t, you will be included on the Ennis clinic list.

Clinics Made Possible by: 

  • Madison Valley Medical Center
  • Big Sky Resort
  • Big Sky Resort Area District
  • Big Sky Fire District

Park County

For Park County residents, vaccine appointment slots are posted on their website each Friday and Monday. 

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