Flu Shots Available at our Mobile Clinic Events! Learn more »

Flu Shots Available Soon!

Starting Oct. 1, get your flu shot at any of our three locations with no appointment necessary. This includes stopping by our Brighton or Northglenn locations between 8am and 8pm on the weekends!

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), millions of people get the flu each year. Help protect yourself and others by getting a flu shot. The CDC recommends getting vaccinated before the flu begins to spread through the community, which is by the end of October. If you miss getting your shot in October, don’t worry! It is still beneficial to get the shot during flu season.

In October we are simplifying the process even further by offering flu shots on our mobile clinic. Check out our dates below:

FREE with Most Insurance

$35 Cash Pay W/O Insurance

No Appointment Necessary

 

Medicaid is Excluded

 

Mobile Clinic Events

Our mobile clinic which will be at each of our clinics on select dates. The mobile clinic allows you to get your flu shot even more quickly than at the Urgent Care. There is no appointment needed. Simply stop by on the date of the location of your choice during the hours that we will be there.

flu shots mobile clinic

Ft. Lupton

112 S. Denver Ave.
Thursday, Oct. 4
11am – 6pm

Brighton

2801 Purcell St.
Thursday, Oct. 11
11am – 6:30pm

Northglenn

1050 W. 104th Ave.
Thursday, Oct. 18
11am – 6:30pm

Why are Flu Shots Important?

The CDC recommends that everyone aged six months and older get the flu shot every year. It is especially important that people who are considered high-risk get the flu shot. Here are the people the CDC defines as high-risk:

  • Adults 65 years and older
  • Pregnant women
  • Children younger than 5 years – especially children younger than 2 years old
  • Residents of nursing homes

People with:

  • Asthma
  • Neurological and neurodevelopmental conditions
  • Chronic lung disease
  • Heart disease
  • Blood, kidney, liver, or metabolic disorders
  • Endocrine disorders – like diabetes
  • Extreme obesity – body mass index of 40 or more

Medicaid is Excluded