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Getting Vaccines in Oregon

Where to Go for Immunizations



Your Doctor's Office

Your doctor's office can be a great place to recieve your immunizations.

If you need help finding a doctor, 211 Info is a good place to start. Specializing in health and social service assistance, they can be reached at: http://211info.org/health/ or by dialing 2-1-1.

Local Health Department

If you haven’t found a primary provider, your local county health department can help you get the vaccinations you need.

Neighborhood Pharmacy

Many of Oregon pharmacies offer immunizations to adults, adolescents, and children (7 and older)

 

Immunization Coverage

Insurance

Most health insurance plans cover the cost of vacines. If you have insurance, you can always call your insurance company to see if you're covered.

If you need help finding medical coverage for your child or yourself, visit www.Healthcare.gov or call 1-800-318-2596

Vaccines for Children

If you or your child are uninsured and under 19 years of age, ask your doctor or county health department about the Vaccines for Children (VFC) program. This program provides vaccines to eligible patients at a dramatically lower price

 

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