Arriving at SVH for COVID Vaccines & Testing

Parking Lot Directions



Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Appointments are required

  • Turn onto SE 99 St. from Snoqualmie Parkway.
  • Take the second right into the driveway to the left of the hospital, following signs to the COVID VACCINE site.
  • You will be greeted by staff who will check your paperwork and IDs.

Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Appointments are required. Do not enter the hospital for testing.

  • Turn onto SE 99 St. from Snoqualmie Parkway.
  • Take the first right into the main hospital entrance.
  • Follow signs straight through the circle and to the back of the hospital.
  • Signs will point you left toward the COVID Barn.

Getting COVID VACCINES and TESTING at Snoqualmie Valley Hospital

COVID TESTING ALERT AS OF JANUARY 20, 2022: Due to the increased volume of COVID-19 testing statewide, expect results to be returned later than normal. Result times are currently expected by the end of the fourth business day. This alert will be updated as delays change.



You must be 5 years of age or older to receive the Pfizer vaccine and 18 years of age or older to receive the Moderna or J&J Janssen vaccines.



If you need proof of vaccination, please visit the King County COVID vaccination verification page for more information about accessing myIR to print your record or download a QR code.



SVH is now providing vaccinations for children 5-year-old and older. Seattle & King County Public Health developed a page just for Children and Teens. If you have questions, you’re sure to find what you are looking for here. If you have additional questions and want to speak with our COVID Lead Physician, please contact Dr. Jason Rubin at

Effective Jan. 6, children ages 12-15 may receive a Pfizer booster dose five months after the last shot in their primary vaccine series. Those 16-17 years old should receive their Pfizer booster shot at least five months after their primary series is complete.

SVH is following King County’s protocols for Minor Consent. The minor consent form can be found here and on the SOLV Scheduler. For more information, please see King County’s COVID-19 Vaccination page for children and teens.



If you received the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for your primary series, you must be 12 years or older, and it must be at least five months since the last shot in your primary series

If you received the Moderna vaccine for your primary series, you must be 18 years or older, and it must be at least five months since the the last shot in your primary vaccine series.

If you received J&J’s Janssen vaccine for your primary series, you must be 18 years or older, and it must be at least two months since the last shot in your primary vaccine series.

For more info, visit the CDC’s page on booster eligibility.  Why get a booster? Public Health Seattle King County produced an informative slideshow to share!



An additional dose is administered to people with compromised immune systems. The additional dose is intended to improve their response to their initial vaccine series.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) gave final approval to administer an additional dose to moderately- or severely- immunocompromised people (solid organ transplant recipients, cancer patients receiving chemotherapy, HIV/AIDs, or chronic steroid use) who are more than 28 days past their second dose of either the Pfizer BioNTech or Moderna vaccine.

We are currently offering a fourth “booster dose” to people who are moderately- to severely-immmunocompromised and already received their third “additional dose.” There is a minimum interval between the additional dose and the booster dose of either two months (if the primary vaccination was J&J) or five months (if the primary series was Moderna or Pfizer).

Snoqualmie Valley Hospital’s drive-thru vaccination site and primary care clinics offer additional vaccine doses to those who qualify. Proof of being immunocompromised is not required.

An additional dose has NOT been approved for people who:

  • have normal immune systems.
  • are mildly immunocompromised, or
  • live with or care for an immunocompromised person.

For more information and an easy-to-follow chart, please visit the CDC’s page on vaccines for immunocompromised people.



We provide COVID vaccinations to the public using our Drive-Thru Service Center 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you are eligible for a vaccine, you’ll need an appointment to get your vaccine. You can schedule your appointment online or email the COVID Team at

Vaccinations are not offered during holidays.

You are encouraged to read the Vaccination Fact Sheets prior to arriving for your vaccine.

Pfizer Pediatric 5-11 Fact Sheet
Moderna Fact Sheet
Pfizer Fact Sheet
J&J Janssen Fact Sheet (as of July 14, 2021)



As you approach the hospital located at 9801 Frontier Ave. SE, follow the signs for COVID Vaccines. You will pass the main hospital entrance and make the second right into the driveway that will take you to the back of the hospital. You will be greeted by SVH COVID Team staff with further instructions. Please wait at the posted stop sign until waved ahead by COVID Team member.

If you are here for a vaccination and have forgotten to fill out an online consent form, please fill out this form before arriving to help speed up the process.

If you are arriving for your 2nd and Booster vaccine, BRING YOUR PHYSICAL VACCINATION CARD WITH YOU. THIS IS REQUIRED.


For the safety of our staff and patients, please do not enter the hospital, or any SVH facility, for testing.

COVID testing is recommended only for those who are currently experiencing symptoms, or who have had direct and unprotected exposure to a person with a known positive COVID case, as well as those planning to travel or are scheduled for a medical procedure. The COVID test we administer is the COVID PCR Test, with results normally delivered via text or email, with consent, within four business days. (Recent testing result delays are due to the overwhelming number of COVID tests statewide.) Results are also available on your patient portal. Test results will not be provided on holidays when normal business operations are closed in observance of the holidays. 

Note about the Omicron variant and our PCR Test: The PCR test analyzed by SVH can detect the Omicron variant. It does not specify the variant, but detects it through a positive-COVID result similar to the other variants.

Testing times are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday, except for some holidays. Appointments are required. You can schedule here.

COVID testing patients are not required to complete paperwork online, however uploading ID cards and insurance information before arrival will speed up the testing process.

Please fill out the following form prior to arrival to save time.

COVID Testing Form

PICTURE IDs ARE REQUIRED for all testing, so please make sure you have your ID with you before arriving at the hospital.

Patients will be coached through the collection of nasal samples by Clinic staff.

If you have not received your test results within four business days, please email

NOTE: King County Health has ordered anyone who undergoes COVID testing with symptoms or exposure to someone with the virus to quarantine until test results are known or longer if results detect the virus.



Our COVID Lead Physician developed workflows not just for our own employees if they’ve been exposed, but also for the general public. Testing positive or even suspecting you may be positive can be confusing when you’re surrounded by family, or co-workers, or are immunocompromised.

Here is an easy-to-follow flowchart that can help you navigate a positive test result or a suspected exposure.



Snoqualmie Valley Hospital can provide monoclonal antibody treatments to people who have tested positive for COVID, or have been exposed to someone who is COVID positive, and are at higher risk for being hospitalized due to COVID.

If you feel that you may meet specific criteria for monoclonal antibody treatment, you will need to be screened over the phone by our COVID Team physician, Dr. Jason Rubin. before being able to make an infusion appointment. To reach Dr. Rubin, please email, or call (425) 831-3780. Please use email for a quicker response.



If you are unable to drive-through the COVID service center, but want to make a vaccine appointment during the week and need transportation, Snoqualmie Valley Transit is providing rides to and from the hospital clinic. Contact SVT at (425) 888-7001 for information.