National Jewish Health is offering COVID-19 vaccinations on a walk-up basis to all Coloradans ages 12 and over. Vaccine is being administered at our pharmacy, located just inside the main entrance to the hospital. Valet and self-park options are available.
Minors will receive Pfizer vaccine and MUST be accompanied by parent or guardian for all vaccination appointments. If a parent or legal guardian is not present, we will not be able to administer vaccine to minors. Please plan ahead if care is needed for siblings or pets – you will need to park and come inside for the appointment.
National Jewish Health Main Campus Pharmacy – Walk-Up Vaccine Site
The National Jewish Health Main Campus is located at 1400 Jackson Street, Denver, CO 80206 (at Colorado Blvd & Colfax Ave).
Come to the main entrance and proceed to the pharmacy, located to the right of the coffee shop.
Please see the Parking Map and Driving Directions for additional detail.
Minors will receive Pfizer vaccine and MUST be accompanied by parent or guardian for all vaccination appointments. If a parent or legal guardian is not present, we will not be able to administer vaccine to minors. Please plan ahead if care is needed for siblings or pets – you may need to park and come inside for the appointment.
Vaccine is administered in the upper arm. Please dress accordingly.
The Pfizer-BioNTech requires two doses; if you receive Pfizer, your second appointment will be scheduled at your first dose visit for three weeks later.
You will receive a physical Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-provided COVID-19 Vaccination Record card at your first appointment. If you are getting a two-dose vaccine, please bring this back to your second visit so it can be completed.
A cloth or medical/surgical mask is required and must be worn at all times during your appointment. Although the CDC masking guidelines have eliminated the need for fully vaccinated people to wear a mask in most places, health care settings still require masks.
All patients and visitors will be screened for COVID-19 upon arrival. Please be aware of our current visitor policy.
Visit our FAQs for additional information.
Please review the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) Fact Sheet for important information on risks, benefits, side effects and more.
Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine to Prevent COVID-19 Fact Sheet
Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 Vaccine to Prevent COVID-19 Fact Sheet
National Jewish Health is not currently offering Moderna vaccine
While our facilities are prepared to respond to very rare or serious allergic reactions, if you have this type of history, please make an appointment to have your vaccination in a more closely monitored clinical setting by calling 303.398.1355.
You cannot get a vaccine through our self-referral appointments if you have a history of:
Life-threatening vaccine reactions (e.g., anaphylaxis)
Unexplained/idiopathic anaphylaxis requiring use of epinephrine (e.g., EpiPen®)
Any history of severe allergic reaction to polyethylene glycol or polysorbate-80
If you are pregnant or may become pregnant, breastfeeding or soon to be breastfeeding please discuss the risks and benefits of vaccination with your health care provider and determine if benefits outweigh risks before you book an appointment.
Learn more about COVID-19 and how it affects specific health conditions in these printable patient education materials.
Download COVID-19 Materials