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It is important to remember that your child is unprotected against a disease until he or she receives the appropriate vaccine. Children do not receive any known benefits from following schedules that delay vaccines. Infants and young children who follow immunization schedules that spread out shots-or leave out shots- are at risk of developing diseases during the time that shots are delayed. Some vaccine-preventable disease are still common in the U.S. (such as pertussis, or whooping cough), and children may be exposed to these diseases during the time they are not protected by vaccines.
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If your record is in the Colorado registry, you can request a copy from the Colorado Immunization Registry. If you have received Immunizations at Tri-County Health Department, you can contact the Colorado Immunization Registry or Tri-County Health Department at 303-451-0123.
It is safe and strongly recommended to continue getting routine vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic. Continued vaccination is important to prevent outbreaks of diseases like measles and whooping cough. Read this information from the CDC.
Screening: All clients are screened for COVID-19 symptoms and recent exposure before entering the clinic. Staff are screened before starting their workday.
Masks required: Everyone in clinic age 12 and up is required to wear face coverings. Children ages 2-11 are encouraged to wear a face mask, if tolerated. Glass barriers are set up at the check-in counters. Nurses also wear standard personal protective equipment when within six feet of patients. In addition to a face mask, they wear goggles or a face shield and gloves.
Social distancing: Clinic capacity is reduced to allow for proper social distancing. Waiting areas are marked at least 6 feet apart.
Disinfecting: High-touch surfaces like door handles and countertops are cleaned every hour. Exam rooms are cleaned after each client encounter.
If you have questions or concerns about these protocols, call 303-451-0123 and ask to speak to a nurse.
Appointments are available at several Tri-County offices. To schedule an appointment call 303-451-0123.
The Aurora East clinic has Walk-In clinics every Tuesday and Thursday, 8:30-11:30 a.m. & 1-3:30 p.m. On the 2nd Saturday of each month there is a Shots for Tots and Teens clinic from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
The Westminster office has a Park & Call clinic, Fridays: 8:30-11 a.m., 1-3:30 p.m., no appointment needed. Park in a designated spot. Call the number on the sign. Wait in your vehicle. There are also Shots for Tots and Teens clinics on various Saturdays, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Call for details.
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. Please see our price list.