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We’re proud to count you among this very special community of dental professionals. You can count on us to continue to advocate for you, your career and the path forward. We know you are working hard on the front lines – thank you for all that you are doing.

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COVID-19 Vaccination Information

Please see the instructions below from the local health districts and be sure you are looking for the health district specific to your county as they are listed below. You can also click the links to their website as they will keep updating their vaccination information. Health districts are being inundated with calls and emails so we ask that you read through to get the correct information. If you have questions we are more than happy to help you! 208-343-7543. 

Timelines and locations will vary by health district based on the number of doses in any given region and how many people have taken advantage of the vaccination. At this time each health district is running their own process on notifying groups and directing them on where to get access to the vaccine. 
Please note: the vaccine sign up information is for the medical community ONLY not the general public. 

COVID-19 Vaccines in the Dental Workplace: FAQs for Practice Owners

COVID-19 Vaccines in the Dental Workplace: FAQs for Employee Dentists

Facts about COVID-19 vaccines

Vaccine Prioritization 

Idaho COVID- 19 Vaccine Website

ADA COVID-19 Vaccination Key Facts 

Health District 1 (Panhandle)
(Kootenai, Benewah, Bonner, Boundary, & Shoshone Counties)

 Your health district will be calling and emailing all area dental offices to get vaccination sign-ups.

Health District 2 (North Central)
(Latah, Clearwater, Nez Perce, Lewis & Idaho Counties)

Your health district be reaching out to you. But offices can also call them at 208-799-3100 to sign up

Health District 3 (Southwest)
(Adams, Canyon, Gem, Owyhee, Payette & Washington Counties)

Dentists will be contacted by vaccinating partners to schedule an appointment. Contact will come through EITHER email or phone, so be sure to watch for both and check spam. You do not need to proactively call the health district to register.

St. Luke's is scheduling appointments for vaccinations, find out how to schedule yours HERE

Or 

Family Medical Residency of Idaho limited availability
Call 208-945-8687 to leave a message and be out on their waitlist 
**you must be working &/or have residence in Canyon county to be approved here 

Health District 4 (Central)
(Ada, Boise, Elmore & Valley Counties)

Call 208-321-2222 Press 3 as a provider, then give the representative your practice information to be signed up.

St. Luke's is scheduling appointments for vaccinations, find out how to schedule yours HERE

Other locations in this health district with vaccines are: 

Family Medical Residency of Idaho limited availability
Call 208-577-2887 to leave a message and be out on their waitlist 
**you must be working &/or have residence in ADA county to be approved here

Saltzer Urgent Care (the new 24 hour clinic on 10 mile rd) limited availability
Saltzer has asked that you book an appointment ONLINE. This is the fasted & quickest way to get your appointment made. You will need to provide proof of your employment (name badge, business card, ect).
208-960-0710
867 S Vanguard Way 
Meridian, ID 83642 

Health District 5 (South Central)
(Blaine, Camas, Cassia, Gooding, Jerome, Lincoln , Minidoka, & Twin Falls Counties)

Please call 208-643-4477 to schedule your vaccination today!

St. Luke's is scheduling appointments for vaccinations, find out how to schedule yours HERE

Health District 6 (Southeastern)
(Bannock, Bear Lake, Bingham, Butte, Caribou, Franklin, Oneida, & Power Counties)

Dentists in your are are being scheduled for vaccinations now call 208-233-9080 to schedule an individual appointment or an appointment for your office. 
Sign up for vaccination updates HERE

Health District 7 (Eastern)
(Bonneville, Clark, Custer, Fremont, Jefferson, Lemhi, Madison, & Teton Counties)

Offices need to sign up to request the vaccine HERE 



ISDA COVID-19 Guidance for Dental Offices

  • Cold & Flu Season
  • Steps to Take if a Patient or Staff member Reports COVID-19 Exposure
  • Should I Be Vaccinated for COVID-19?
  • ADA COVID-19 Hazard Assessment & Return to Work Toolkits
  • ADA Patient Toolkit: What to Expect At Your Next Dental Visit
  • CDC guidance for dental offices (updated)
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • OSHA's Guidance on Preparing Workplaces for COVID-19
  • Emergency or Non Emergency?
  • Additional COVID Information & Resources

Mental Health

Our online guide to follow along with our Fall 2020 Newsletter article "Maintaining Mental Health in Stressful Times"


ADA 'respectfully yet strongly disagrees' with WHO guidance recommending delay of dental care

Response follows Board adoption of ad interim policy on dentistry as essential health care.
The American Dental Association released a statement Aug. 12 stating it "respectfully yet strongly disagrees" with the World Health Organization's interim guidance recommending that "routine" dental care be delayed in certain situations because of COVID-19.

Read the full article: ADA 'respectfully yet strongly disagrees' with WHO guidance recommending delay of dental care

Financial Resources 

  • SBA Coronavirus Relief Options & Information
  • Provider Relief Fund
  • Rebound Cash Grants
  • Federal Disaster Loans
  • Paycheck Protection Program (PPP)

Resource Guides



COVID-19 Insurance Information 

  • Risk Management
  • Professional Liability insurance
  • Business Owners Policies
  • Workers’ Compensation
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