If you haven't had a chance to get your flu shot this year, there's still time. The flu has been a big problem this season. Find out where you can get your flu shots in Grand Junction.

Rite Aid

1834 North 12th Street

Grand Junction, CO 81501

(970) 243-3125
Rite Aid

400 North 1st Street

Grand Junction, CO 81501

(970) 263-7415
Kmart Pharmacy

2809 North Ave

Grand Junction, CO 81501

(970) 243-4338
Walgreens

240 West Park Dr

Grand Junction, CO 81502

(970) 208-1252
Walgreens

240 W Park Dr

Grand Junction, CO 81505

(970) 208-1252
Safeway Pharmacy

681 Horizon Dr

Grand Junction, CO 81506

(970) 257-1392
Rite Aid

2992 Patterson Road

Grand Junction, CO 81504

(970) 241-3795
Albertsons Pharmacy

2512 Broadway

Grand Junction, CO 81503

(970) 257-0233
Walgreens

2900 North Ave

Grand Junction, CO 81504

(970) 208-1014
Safeway Pharmacy

2901 "f" Rd

Grand Junction, CO 81504

(970) 248-9871
Target Pharmacy

2424 Highway 6 And 50

Grand Junction, CO 81505

970 241-2477
Walgreens

572 32 Rd

Clifton, CO 81520

(970) 523-0193

Remember to call ahead of time, as the location may be out of the flu vaccine.

Mesa County Health Department has flu shots available at the clinic located at 510 29 1/2 Road Grand Junction, CO 81504. Call ahead at 970-248-6900.

Veterans can still get free flu shots at the Grand Junction VA Medical Center and its satellite sites in Craig, Glenwood Springs, Montrose and Moab. The medical center's clinic is open weekdays 9 a.m. – noon, and 1 – 4 p.m. through the flu season.

The VA Medical Center's satellite clinics have the following flu shot hours:

  • Montrose CBOC, Walk-In Clinic, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Monday – Friday or call for appointment (970) 249-7792
  • Glenwood Springs, Walk-In Clinic, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Friday. For details, call 970-945-1007
  • Craig, Maj. William E. Adams, TeleHealth Clinic, Walk-In, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday – Friday
  • Moab, Utah, Please call ahead (435) 719-4144

Veterans are encouraged to get the shot even if they have already had the flu as there is more than one type. This is the most severe flu season in several years.

Studies show the flu shot immunity lasts much longer than previously believed and the flu season has become increasingly unpredictable.

Veterans do not have to be enrolled with the VA Medical Center to receive the shot. They just need to provide proof of military service.