Immunization is one of the most important ways to protect individuals and communities against serious infectious diseases and their consequences. Widespread immunization has virtually eliminated many serious diseases - such as polio, measles, meningitis caused by Haemophilus influenza type B (Hib), congenital rubella, diphtheria, and smallpox - that were once responsible for millions of infections and thousands of deaths each year. It is always better to prevent a disease than to have to treat it.
Please view our Upcoming Vaccine Clinics with registration links.
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Routine Childhood Immunizations
Grand County Public Health has recommended childhood vaccines. With our VFC Program, no child will be turned away due to inability to pay. Please contact us for availability, eligibility, and an appointment at 970-725-3288.
School-required vaccines for child daycare, kindergarten -12th grade and college/university entry.
Shots aren’t just for kids. In fact, some shots are more important for adults - especially as they grow older. Each year, 70,000 people die and many more suffer needlessly from vaccine-preventable illnesses. Grand County Public Health provides some routine adult vaccines. Please contact us for availability, cost and an appointment at 970-725-3288. Recommended vaccines for adults, 19 years and over.
Grand County Public Health does not offer travel vaccines, however, you can start here with recommendations from the CDC's Traveler's Vaccines and Health. Please visit Passport Health (Passporthealthusa.com) or Denver Health Travel Clinic (Phidenverhealth.org) to find travel vaccine clinics within Colorado.
Annual Flu Vaccine
Each fall, beginning in September, Grand County Public Health offers a variety of flu vaccines, including high dose for people over 65, nasal mist for people 2-49 years old,