Stay Up-To-Date With Your Vaccinations During COVID-19 

Birth through 18 years of ageAdult Appointments and TB Testing
Immunization services are available by appointment only. Immunization services for adults are available on a limited basis.

Tuberculous skin testing is not available at this time.

*Bring your immunization record to every visit. HIPAA Privacy Practices

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Call Us To Make Your Appointment

Call today at 303-451-0123. Appointments are required to keep you and the staff safe. No walk-ins at this time.

Immunization Opportunities

Clinic Locations

Select a location to get directions and maps: Aurora East, Castle Rock, Englewood, Lone Tree, and Westminster


Low- and no-cost immunizations are available for uninsured children and adults. This is available to adults while funds last. We also accept:

  • CHIP+, Medicaid, and Medicare. Bring your card with you to the appointment.
    • Medicaid - except we do not take Kaiser or Denver Health Medicaid
    • Medicare part B and D
    • CHP+ accepted- state Managed Care or Colorado Access HMO only
  • Private insurances, except we are unable to bill Kaiser Permanente and select private insurances 
  • Out-of-pocket costs vary for non-routine vaccines

Make an Appointment for your Flu Shot

Fight the flu by getting your flu shot. Flu shot clinics are available by appointment only. 

Shots for Tots and Teens Clinics Updated Locations and Appointments

This year, you and your family can make an appointment to join us at one of the Fall Shots for Tots and Teens clinics. Bring your immunization record to every visit. 

Make an appointment by calling our office at 303-451-0123. For the safety of you and your family and our staff, clinics are by appointment only. No walk-ins.

Aurora East ClinicWestminster Clinic
Saturday, Oct. 10 and Nov. 14Saturday. Nov. 7

Review Immunization Schedules 

CDC Immunization Schedules

  1. Children (Birth -18 years)
  2. Adults (19 years and older)
  3. Travel Vaccines
  • Routine childhood immunizations are given at birth, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 12 to 18 months, 4 to 6 years, 11 to 12 years and 16 to 18 years. 
  • Annual influenza vaccines/flu shots are recommended for everyone ages 6 months and older.
  • Schools require certain vaccinations and your children may need additional vaccines before kindergarten and sixth grade.

Not sure if your child needs vaccines? Call your child’s regular health care provider, clinic, or our Immunization Hotline 303-451-0123.