Immunizations

New! Private insurance accepted at all Tri-County Immunization Clinics
Unable to bill Kaiser and select private insurances.  Medicaid, Medicare, and CHP+ accepted.  Out of pocket costs vary for non-contracted insurances or non-routine vaccines.

Clinic Opportunities
 


Saturday Back to School Clinics - August 2017

Aurora Town Center - Saturday, Aug 5th
14200 E Alameda Ave
Aurora, CO 80012
10am - 12:30pm

Five Star Stadium - Saturday, Aug 12th
9351 Washington St
Thornton, CO 80229
9am - noon

Shots for Tots and Teens - Saturday, Aug 12th
Aurora Fire Station #2
12600 Hoffman Blvd
Aurora, CO 80011
10am - 1pm

Appointment and walk-in clinics available at various times and locations.  Call the Immunization hotline at 303-451-0123 for information or to make an appointment. 
   
Saturday clinics available. 
   
Bring your immunization record with you to every visit. 

Children (birth through 18 years)


Routine childhood immunizations are given at birth, 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 12-18 months, 4-6 years, 11-12 years and 16-18 years. Annual influenza vaccines are recommended for everyone ages 6 months and older. 
  
   

Prices and insurance information (Children)


  • Low or no cost immunizations are available for uninsured children ages birth -18 years.
  • CHP+ accepted (State Managed Care or Colorado Access HMO only). Bring your CHP+ card with you.
  • Medicaid accepted. Bring your Medicaid card with you.
  • New! Private insurance accepted (unable to bill Kaiser and select private insurances).
  •  Out of pocket prices vary for non-contracted insurances or non-routine vaccines.

Adults (19 years and older)


Immunizations are not just for children. Recommended immunizations for adults are determined by factors such as age, lifestyle, high-risk conditions, locations of travel, and previous vaccinations. Annual influenza vaccines are recommended for everyone ages 6 months and older.
  
  

 Prices and insurance information (Adults)


  • Select low or no cost immunizations are available for uninsured adults.
  • Medicaid accepted (not Kaiser or Denver Health Medicaid). Bring your Medicaid card with you.
  • Medicare part B and D accepted.  Bring your Medicare card with you.
  • New!  Private insurance accepted (unable to bill Kaiser and select private insurances).
  •  Out of pocket prices vary for non-contracted insurances or non-routine vaccines.

Due to an increasing number of International Travel Clinic Opportunities in the Tri-County area, effective March 1, 2015, Tri County Health Department will no longer offer International Travel Clinic Services. 
 
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