Children's Hospital Colorado

Appointments for ages 12+

We are pleased to make the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine available to our patients and community members ages 12 and older.

Learn why we encourage eligible kids and teens to get vaccinated

Please note: Children’s Colorado offers appointments for the first and second doses of the Pfizer vaccine to the public. This is the mRNA vaccine schedule currently recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for non-immunocompromised individuals.

What about booster shots?

Booster doses are now recommended for some groups of people. However, now that the COVID-19 vaccines are widely available, Children’s Colorado is no longer a mass vaccination site. If you are eligible for a booster, we recommend speaking to your primary care provider or finding another vaccination site near you. (More below.)

How to sign up

Please read the following FAQs to learn how to add you or your child’s name to the list for a vaccine appointment at Children's Colorado.

Register to receive the COVID-19 vaccine

Are you ready to get registered? Follow the link below to sign up.

Frequently asked questions

Read the following FAQs to learn how to get ready for your appointment, where to go and what to expect during your COVID-19 vaccination at Children’s Colorado.

What to expect

If you have questions about the vaccines or your health, please speak to your primary care provider before your appointment. Adults should come alone to the appointment, and minors should come with exactly one parent or legally authorized guardian.

Please be patient throughout the process. Our team members are working hard to accommodate everyone who is eligible to be vaccinated, and we appreciate your patience and grace. We look forward to seeing you!

Read the following FAQs to learn what to expect during your COVID-19 vaccination at Children’s Colorado.

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During your appointment

After your appointment

Immunocompromised patients

Booster shots

More about the vaccines

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