Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine partnered with Adams County to administer vaccines at Riverdale Regional Park in Brighton. The vaccines are offered while supplies last and an appointment is required to be vaccinated.

Interested in a COVID vaccine appointment? Learn more about scheduling by clicking here.

Brighton Vaccine Clinic at Riverdale Regional Park

This is a drive-up vaccination clinic. You’ll complete necessary paperwork on your smartphone, tablet, or computer prior to your appointment.

Make sure to arrive as close to your appointment time as possible. When you arrive follow signs for “COVID Vaccine.” You’ll drive-up and through the Al Lesser building.

Brighton vaccine clinic at Riverdale Regional Park

To access the building follow these steps:

  1. Head toward Riverdale Regional Park.
  2. You’ll access the road to the Al Lesser building just past the Adams County Historical Society off of Henderson Rd.
  3. Continue to follow the dirt road past Golf Course Way. Follow the orange cones and signage.
  4. Once past Golf Course Way you’ll arrive at the Al Lesser building. The building will be on to the right. Follow the “COVID Vaccine” signs.

After you receive your vaccine we ask that you please wait 15 minutes in the parking lot prior to leaving.

Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine’s Ongoing Partnership with Adams County

Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine started offering free COVID-19 testing in partnership with Adams County in May 2020. Thousands of Colorado residents received free testing through these sites.

“This is the most fulfilling project we’ve done,” Jaimyn Taylor, Director of Business Development at Advanced Urgent Care & Occupational Medicine, said. “We are not only helping the communities that our clinics are in, but we are helping to decrease the number of COVID-19 cases by offering testing with same-day results.”

“We’re making an impact and want to continue to partner with more cities to offer onsite services to the community,” Taylor said.

We are continuing this partnership to now offer the COVID-19 vaccine to the community. Learn more about scheduling an appointment here.