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Gov. Little Visits IF Hospitals to See Positive Antibody Impacts Toward COVID-19

For Immediate Release September 16, 2021 Contact: Natalie Podgorski435-881-1391 Governor Little Travels to Idaho Falls Hospitals to See Positive Impacts Antibody Treatment is Having in the Fight Against COVID-19 IDAHO FALLS, ID – Governor Brad Little will visit Idaho Falls Community Hospital and Mountain View Hospital on Thursday to learn more about monoclonal antibody treatm ...

COVID Vaccine Clinic Accepting Walk-Ins

Mountain View Hospital's Vaccine clinic is now accepting walk-ins. We are a certified distribution facility for the COVID-19 vaccine in Idaho Public Health District 7. Please visit our clinic anytime Monday through Friday between 2pm and 6pm to receive a COVID-19 vaccine.  As of March 1, 2021 our new vaccine clinic moved inside Idaho Center for Sleep, at 2330 Desoto St. in Ida ...

Mountain View Hospital Distributes COVID-19 Vaccine to the Community

Follow these Step-by-Step Instructions to get a Vaccine Appointment Mountain View Hospital and 12 of its affiliated clinics are starting to immunize community members against COVID-19. The hospital is currently focused on vaccinating Idahoans 65 and older. Those interested in receiving the vaccine should visit MountainViewHospital.org to add their name to the waiting list. Cur ...

COVID-19 Vaccine Arrives for Healthcare Workers

A limited number of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccines arrived at the pharmacy for Mountain View Hospital and Idaho Falls Community Hospital on Monday, December 14 for frontline healthcare workers. The current doses, which will not be enough to cover healthcare workers at both hospitals, will be given to employees in Idaho Falls Community Hospital’s emergency department and intensive c ...

New Outpatient COVID-19 Treatment

Patients who have tested positive for COVID-19 have a new treatment option that could reduce their chances of needing to be hospitalized because of the virus. In late November, the Food and Drug Administration granted emergency use authorization for casirivimab and imdevimab to be used to treat COVID-19 positive patients who may be at high risk of developing severe symptoms and ...