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Immunizations and Travel Medicine Vaccinations in Centennial Colorado

Our Health Now family practice in Centennial Colorado offers immunizations and travel vaccinations for the entire family.

Here at Health Now, our Centennial Colorado clinic, we follow the CDC guidelines and are supplied with the necessary vaccines for children that are recommended according to their vaccine schedules.  We offer immunizations for children ages 3 and up, as well as immunizations and booster vaccines for adolescents and adults.

In addition to immunizations and booster vaccines, your Health Now Centennial primary care office offers travel medicine vaccinations near you.


Immunization Schedule for Children Ages 3 and Over


Keeping up with your child’s immunizations is extremely important, not only for their continued health, but the health of your extended family, peers and school mates.  Our attentive staff, at your Health Now Centennial family care facility, wants nothing but the best for you and your family.  Therefore, we provide gentle and compassionate treatment when oftentimes immunizations can be a scary thing.

Are your toddlers and teens up to date on their childhood vaccinations?

Ages 4-6

  • Diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (DTaP) vaccination 5th dose

  • Inactivated poliovirus vaccination 4th dose

  • Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) 2nd dose

  • Varicella (VAR, chicken pox) 2nd dose

Ages 7-10

  • Meningococcal serogroup A,C,W,Y vaccination 1st dose

  • Tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (Tdap) vaccination

  • Human papillomavirus vaccination (see CDC notes)

Age 16

  • Meningococcal serogroup A,C,W,Y vaccination 2nd dose


The CDC recommends that childhood immunizations begin at the time of birth with the Hepatitis B vaccine. You can find the birth-age 3 immunization chart by clicking here. Please contact your baby’s pediatrician about keeping up with these early childhood vaccines.

In addition to the above childhood vaccines, we offer influenza vaccinations to keep your child healthy during the flu season.


Adult Vaccinations and Boosters


At your Health Now Centennial family practice office, we believe that adults should stay healthy by getting annual physical exams as well as adult vaccinations and boosters. In addition to the annual influenza vaccine, the CDC recommends the following vaccinations for adults ages 18 and over.

  • Tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis vaccination every 10 years

  • Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) 1 dose or 2 doses if born 1957 or later.

  • Varicella (VAR chicken pox) 2 doses if born 1980 or later

  • Zoster vaccination 2 doses ages 50 and over or 1 dose if Zoster live vaccine

  • Human papillomavirus vaccination (Female) 2-3 doses depending on 1st vaccine ages 19-26

  • Human papillomavirus vaccination (Male) 2-3 doses depending on 1st vaccine ages 19-21

  • Pneumococcal vaccination ages 65 and over (ages 19-65 for those with weakened immune systems)


Travel Medicine Vaccinations


Who doesn’t love to travel and explore our beautiful country?  But if you and your family plan to travel outside the United States, you will need to get travel vaccines in order to protect yourself from serious illnesses and diseases.


From the CDC website:

“Visiting another country can put you at risk for diseases that may not normally be found in the United States. Getting vaccinated against certain diseases is one of the most effective things you can do to protect your health abroad. Plan to get the travel vaccines you need at least a month before your trip. Most vaccines need to be given ahead of time to give you full protection against a disease. If you need a yellow fever vaccine, plan to travel some distance away from where you live to get it. Only a limited number of clinics have the vaccine.”

At your Health Now Centennial family practice office, we can provide you with the necessary vaccinations to keep you safe, worry-free and healthy while you travel abroad.  Tell us about your itinerary so that we may give you the proper vaccines for the areas to which you will be traveling.

 Here is a list of vaccinations you need while traveling outside of the United States:

  • Hepatitis A.

  • Hepatitis B.

  • Typhoid fever.

  • Meningococcal disease.

  • Anti-Malaria.



No matter what type of immunization you need, your Health Now Colorado family practice is here to help. We offer walk-in immunizations as well as walk-in travel vaccines in Centennial Colorado for your convenience.


You can also schedule an appointment with us by calling (303)-953-9405 or by clicking here.

We are open Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 5:00 pm.


We are conveniently located at 9137 East Mineral Circle Suite 110, Centennial, CO 80112.  Close to Dry Creek exit of I25 and near the Park Meadows Mall.

We accept cash, major credit cards, most major health insurance plans as well as Medicaid and Medicare.

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