Cost of Travel Vaccines

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Prices for vaccines and travel consultations have changed (effective June 30, 2021). All vaccine prices are subject to change. Please review the list below carefully.


Vaccine Price More Information
Cholera
$255 Not currently available.
Hepatitis A (Adult)
$105 per dose
Two dose series
Hepatitis B (Adult)
$95 per dose
Three dose series
Hib (Haemophilus influenzae)
$85 Doctor's approval
HPV
$250
Two to three dose series dependent on age
Seasonal Influenza (Flu)
$30
Injection only (no FluMist)
High Dose Flu
$65
Ages 65+
Flublock
$65
Egg and preservative-free flu vaccine
Inactive Polio Vaccine
$70
Routine series for children is four doses and adults may need a single dose booster, if at risk
Japaenese Encephalitis
$255 per dose
Two dose series, ages two months and older
Measles, Mumps, Rubella (MMR)
$115 per dose Two dose series
Meningococcal MCV-4 (Menactra)
$155
 
Meningococcal B
$215 per dose
Two doses, offered for 18-22 year olds
Pneumococcal Pneumonia (PCV13)
$190
Age 65 and older
Pneumococcal Pnuemonia (PPSV23)
$145
Age 65 and older
Rabies
$385 per dose
Three dose series (for preventive purpose)
Shingles (Shingrix)
$195 per dose
Two doses needed
Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria and acellular pertussis)
$75
 
TD (Tetanus and diphtheria)
$55
 
Twinrix (Hep A and B)
$145 per dose
Three dose series
Typhim VI
$110
Injection
Typhoid (Oral)
$110
Not currently available.
Varicella (Chickenpox)
$175 per vaccine dose
Two dose series
*Yellow Fever (Vaccine cannot be given within 28 days of receiving MMR or Varicella vaccines)
$210
Includes International Certificate. 

*Yellow fever vaccine can be received without a full travel consultation. However, if clinic staff does NOT recommend that patient receives the yellow fever vaccination they will still receive the international certificate and will be charged a $30 fee.

 

Does medical insurance cover travel vaccinations?

Some medical insurance plans offer coverage for travel related services. Here at the Public Health Immunization and Travel Clinic we do not bill insurance plans for travel related services. We do offer an itemized bill that you can submit to your insurance plan to seek full or partial reimbursement. Please note, Medicaid does not pay for most travel related services.

Do I need to make an appointment for a travel consultation?

Yes, you MUST make a travel consultation appointment if:

  • You need a prescription (such as malaria, traveler's diarrhea or high altitude sickness.)
  • If you are unsure which vaccinations you need for travel and want to learn more about general travel advice.

Travel consultations fill up quickly. It is recommended that you make an appointment at least six weeks before your departure.

Can I walk in if I know which vaccines I need for my trip?

We are no longer a walk-in clinic and require appointments for all vaccines. If you know which vaccines you need for your trip, and do not require prescriptions for travel medications you can make a simple vaccination appointment. No consult fees apply.

Do you offer Covid-19 testing?

No, we currently do not offer Covid testing here at the clinic. We recommend you contact an urgent care clinic if your travels require you to show proof of a negative Covid-19 test.

Yellow Fever Vaccination Clinic

We are an official Yellow Fever Vaccination Center as designated by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.