National Jewish Health continues to provide vaccine to the public and our patients following U.S. Food & Drug Administration, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Colorado Department of Public Health & Education (CDPHE ) guidelines.
On October 29, 2021, the FDA authorized emergency use for Pfizer COVID vaccine in children 5-11 and it has now been approved by the CDC. See Pfizer Fact Sheet ages 5-11
National Jewish Health is offering Pfizer COVID-19 for those ages 5 to 11 by appointment only. Children 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.
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First, second and third doses are available for those age 12 and older. 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.
See Pfizer Fact Sheet Ages 12+
See information below for appointment details by type.
By appointment only, National Jewish Health is administering third doses of Pfizer vaccine to qualified patients and members of the public ages 12 and above if it has been at least five months after receiving Pfizer, six months after receiving or Moderna, or two months after receiving the J&J vaccine.
We are following the current CDPHE and CDC guidelines for booster eligibility:
The current recommendation is to receive the same dose as the initial series, however mixing vaccine types is allowed. If you initially received Johnson & Johnson vaccine, you can get any of the three vaccines (Pfizer, Moderna or Johnson & Johnson) as your booster shot. If you received Pfizer or Moderna for your initial series, you can get either Pfizer or Moderna as your booster shot.
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National Jewish Health is offering COVID-19 first and second dose vaccinations on a walk-up basis to those ages 12 and over (minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian).
Walk-up first and second dose appointments are available Tuesdays and Thursdays between the hours of 2 - 4 p.m. WALK-UP CLINIC WILL BE CLOSED ON Thursdays, December 23 and December 30.
Valet and self-park options are available. Please see the Parking Map and Driving Directions for additional detail.
We are offering first, second and third doses of Pfizer vaccine.
If you would like to consult with us about your specific health conditions and vaccination, please schedule an appointment with one of our experts. Make an Appointment
Vaccines are a critical part of battling the COVID-19 pandemic.
View COVID-19 Vaccine and Third Dose Vaccine FAQs
The information on our website is medically reviewed and accurate at the time of publication. Due to the changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, information may have since changed. CDC.gov and your state’s health department may offer additional guidance.