Boulder County Public Health does not offer travel shots. Please refer to the following list of providers who do offer vaccinations for travelers. Some general practitioners offer travel shots to their patients. Check with your family doctor to learn more.
Boulder Medical Center (BMC)
BMC provides travel vaccines and some general vaccines, as well as prescriptions for anti-malarial drugs. They make recommendations for vaccines based on where a person will be traveling. Please call 303-440-3082 to schedule an appointment.
Colorado Travel Health
4845 Pearl East Circle
Colorado Travel Health is an official Yellow Fever Immunization Center and provides all other immunizations that may be required or recommended for your trip. Staff will make recommendations based on your specific itinerary and medical health history which will be reviewed during the extensive pre-travel consult.
Helios Integrated Medicine
2525 4th Street, Suite 205
Helios provides general and travel immunizations, as well as prescriptions for anti-malarial drugs. Anyone interested in receiving travel immunizations must make a travel consultation appointment. During this consultation, the doctor will make vaccine recommendations based on where the client will be traveling. The clinic is open M-F.
2595 Canyon Blvd, Suite 120
An appointment with one of the travel nurses is required in order to receive recommendations for and be administered general and travel vaccines, as well as prescriptions for anti-malarial drugs. In addition to writing prescriptions for anti-malarial, Passport Health’s pharmacy also sells the drugs. The travel clinic is open M-F.
University Family Medicine
350 Broadway #130
University Family Medicine (UFM) provides general and travel vaccines. Anti-malarial prescriptions can also be obtained at UFM. Individuals may need to make an appointment with the doctor in order to receive the appropriate vaccine recommendations based on where the client will be traveling; this travel consultation may possibly be conducted over the phone. Open M-F.
World Wide Travel Medicine
1136 Alpine, #205 – The Beacon Clinic
Individuals can receive general immunizations at the Beacon Clinic, but they need to schedule an office visit in order to receive prescriptions for both anti-malarial drugs and travel vaccines. The clinic is open M-F for appointments.
3601 Arapahoe Ave. D-176
This is a certified acupuncture and travel clinic.
1925 West Mountain View Ave
The Longmont Clinic provides both travel immunizations and prescriptions for anti-malarial drugs. The office is open M-F, and individuals must make appointments in order to receive both a travel consultation and the vaccines.
Denver Public Health (DPH)
303-602-3520 or 303-602-3530
605 Bannock St
Walk-in travel immunizations are available Monday-Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. The clinic provides a full range of pre-travel services for international travelers including vaccinations and medical consultations. Travel consultations are not always necessary. To get the immunizations you need for your trip, you may come to the Denver Public Health Travel Clinic on a walk-on basis. A walk-in visit does not include recommendations for vaccines, yellow fever vaccination, or needed prescriptions for malaria, high altitude illness, or traveler’s diarrhea. Please visit www.denverhealth.org/travelclinic or call us at 303-602-3520.
Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Travel Website or call 1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636).