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 Yellow Fever vaccine shortage

The nation is currently under a Yellow Fever vaccine (YFVAX) shortage that is expected to last until mid-2018. Garfield County Public Health no longer has YFVAX available. Please keep in mind that international travelers need to obtain the Yellow Fever vaccine at least 10 days prior to traveling. At this time, patients will need to travel to the Denver area to obtain a Yellow Fever vaccine. In Denver, they will be offered Stamaril Yellow Fever vaccine.

Updated information about the Yellow Fever vaccine shortage and Stamaril Yellow Fever Vaccine-|

Clinic information and hours

Monday - Friday 8-5pm
Closed from 12-1pm daily and for all major holidays
Please bring shot records to every visit

Locations

Rifle Office - (970) 625-5200
195 W. 14th St.
Rifle, CO 81650 (across the street from City Market)

Glenwood Springs Office - (970) 945-6614
2014 Blake Ave.
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 (on the south side of Valley View Hospital)

Carbondale Clinic - (970) 945-6614 *by appointment only
The Bridges Center, 455 S. Third Street, Carbondale, CO

Payment

Cash, check, or credit cards accepted
Cost of immunizations varies depending on the vaccine given and on insurance status.


Children's immunizations

Children's Immunizations Schedules-|

Routine vaccinations for children 8 weeks through 18 years of age are:

      •  Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis (DTaP or Tdap)
      •  Polio (IPV)***
      •  Hepatitis B***
      •  Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)***
      •  Varicella (Chickenpox)***
      •  Pneumococcal (Prevnar13)***
      •  Haemophilus Influenza (Hib)***

***REQUIRED vaccines for school entry and child care, for ages birth - 12th grade
Additional recommended vaccines include:

      •  Rotavirus
      •  Hepatitis A
      •  Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
      •  Meningococcal
      •  Influenza

Adult immunizations
Adult immunizations-|

Adults also need to stay current on necessary vaccinations.
Routine vaccinations for adults are:

      •  Influenza (Flu)
      •  Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis (Tdap or Td)
      •  Varicella (Chickenpox)
      •  Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
      •  Shingles (Zoster)
      •  Hepatitis A
      •  Hepatitis B
      •  Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)
      •  Pneumococcal
      •  Meningococcal

Travel immunizations

Traveling? Public Health would like to make sure you have a safe and healthy trip. Garfield County Public Health provides "travel consultations" to discuss which immunizations are indicated for your destination/s, as well as other travel tips and information to limit your exposure to unwanted illnesses.
Please call either the Glenwood Springs or Rifle offices for an appointment.
Please remember for travel immunizations:

      •  Bring your shot record
      •  We do not accept credit cards, cash or check only
      •  There is an office visit fee for this appointment
      •  Your first appointment can take up to an hour

Travel Vaccinations Include both routine recommended vaccines and:

      •  Typhoid
      •  Japanese Encephalitis
      •  Yellow Fever
      •  Rabies
      •  Polio


Helpful links

      •  Centers for Disease Control (CDC) - Immunization Schedules
      •  CDC Vaccines & Immunizations home page
      •  CDC Adult Vaccination Pregnant Women
      •  Immunization Action Coalition
      •  Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Child Care, School, College Requirements

 

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Public Health - Rifle
195 West 14th Street
Rifle, CO 81650
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970-625-5200 | phone
970-625-4804 | fax

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  Public Health - Glenwood Springs
2014 Blake Avenue
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Email Public Health


970-945-6614 | phone
970-947-0155 | fax

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