Immunization Clinic

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Immunization and Travel Clinic Hours
Monday - Friday
(No walk-in appointments;
must call to schedule an

8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

*Please note that the
clinic does not open
until 9 a.m. on the
3rd Tuesday of each

Clinic Closures  
Thanksgiving Day, November 23, 2023 Closed
Friday after Thanksgiving, November 24, 2023 Closed
Christmas Day, December 25, 2023 Closed
New Year's Day, January 1, 2024 Closed
Martin Luther King Day, January 15, 2024 Closed

Our immunization clinic offers all routine and recommended vaccinations for children, adults and travelers. We accept Medicaid and provide no- and low-cost vaccines for people without insurance. Vaccine costs vary depending on insurance and patient age, and prices are subject to change. Appointments are required; we are not accepting walk-in patients at this time. Please see below for information regarding mpox and COVID vaccines

Questions? Call us at 303-602-3520.

Vaccines for Children

We offer routine and recommended childhood vaccinations for children from birth to age 18. Schools and daycare centers require certain vaccines; we offer all immunizations for school. We are open year-round to help you get the necessary immunizations. Please call to make an appointment; there are no walk-in appointments at this time.

  • No child is turned away for the inability to pay.
  • Low- and no-cost immunizations are available for children who are uninsured, under-insured or have Medicaid.
  • We accept Medicaid, CHP+ and most private insurances except for Kaiser, Humana and some CIGNA plans.
  • Children younger than age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or person who has authority to give consent.

What to bring:

  • Your child's current immunization record.
  • Your child's insurance card, if available.

Visit the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website for more information on the vaccine schedule for infants and children (birth-6 years old) and the vaccine schedule for preteens and teens (7-18 years old).

Vaccines for Adults

We offer adult, routine vaccinations for school, work, immigration and many other purposes. Please call to make an appointment; there are no walk-in appointments at this time.

  • Medicaid is accepted.
  • Low- and no-cost flu vaccines may be available seasonally for adults.
  • We accept most insurances.
  • We do not accept Kaiser, Humana and some CIGNA plans.  Call to check insurance coverage. 

What to bring:

  • Please bring your insurance card to every appointment.
  • Please bring your COVID-19 vaccination card (if applicable). 

Travel Vaccinations and Medical Consultations

The Travel Clinic offers comprehensive pre-travel services for international travelers including travel vaccinations, COVID-19 testinghealth consultations, education and expert advice for individuals, families and groups traveling to exotic and exciting locales throughout the world. Call 303-602-3520 to make an appointment; walk-in appointments are not available at this time.

Tuberculosis Testing Services

If you need a TB skin test, please contact the Tuberculosis Clinic at 303-602-7240.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Vaccine

The COVID-19 (2023-2024 Formula) vaccine is available at the Immunization and Travel Clinic, at Denver Health, and other locations throughout the state of Colorado. We offer COVID-19 vaccines for patients aged 6 months and up.

Vaccines offered:

  • Moderna (2023-2024 Formula)

*If you have not received a COVID-19 vaccine in the last two months, you qualify for a dose of the new formula.

Currently, all Coloradans aged 6 months and over are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccination. These vaccines are safe and effective, and can be administered on the same day as other vaccines, including flu. They are still important for protecting individuals and communities from the spread of the virus and decrease illness severity. Everyone is eligible for COVID-19 services, no matter their immigration status. A Social Security number and/or government ID may be requested, but is NOT required to get a vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccines are no longer free since the federal public health emergency declaration ended in May 2023. Out-of-pocket costs may vary under different insurance plans, and for patients who are uninsured and underinsured.

Mpox Vaccine

Those who currently qualify for JYNNEOS vaccination include:

  • Anyone (any sexual orientation or gender identity) who has had close physical contact with someone who has mpox in the last 14 days.
  • Anyone (any sexual orientation or gender identity) who:
    • Has multiple or anonymous sexual partners, or
    • Has close physical contact with other people in a venue where anonymous or group sex may occur, or
    • Was diagnosed with gonorrhea or syphilis in the past six months, or
    • Is living with HIV, or
    • Already uses or is eligible for HIV PrEP (medication to prevent HIV, e.g. Truvada or Descovy or Apretude), or
    • Engages in commercial and/or transactional sex (e.g. sex in exchange for money, shelter, food, and other goods or needs).
  • Anyone (any sexual orientation or gender identity) identified by public health as a known high-risk contact of someone who has mpox.
  • Anyone whose sexual partner identifies with any of the above scenarios.

Please contact us at 303-602-3520 if you have questions about the mpox vaccine.