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Flu Shots

Flu Shot Clinics

To find out where to get your flu vaccination, use the Flu Vaccine Finder or call 211 ( Flu vaccine is recommend for people 6 months and older. Check with a medical provider to see which vaccine is right you. Visit the OHA Public Health Division website for more information.

You can take everyday preventative steps like staying away from sick people and washing your hands to reduce the spread of germs. If you are sick, stay home from work or school to prevent spreading illnesses to others. If you are part of a vulnerable population, sometimes it's not enough.

PEBB offers several flu shot options at no-cost for members enrolled in PEBB medical plans. We've partnered with our carriers and GetAFluShot to streamline processes and make it easier than ever to schedule an onsite flu shot clinic. Help keep your coworkers healthy by scheduling an onsite clinic today! 

How to schedule an onsite clinic:

  1. Go to
  2. Complete the online form, including the address where you would like the clinic to be held, a preferred time and day of the week, and estimated number of participants
  3. Click "Submit"
  4. Each member who attends will need an insurance card AND an: 
GetAFluShot staff will contact you to confirm your date, time, and location. You can also call 503-258-9800 or 877-358-7468 to schedule a clinic. 

No PEBB flu shot clinics are currently scheduled.

Helpful Materials

Encourage members to attend the clinic!

General Information

For updates on illnesses and vaccines, see the state and federal (CDC) websites.

Other Options

Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser Permanente offers free drop-in clinics for OEBB members enrolled in their medical plans. Visit for more information. 

Moda Health

PEBB members enrolled in Moda Health medical plans can visit any in-network pharmacy to receive a flu shot at no cost. Use Moda's Find Care tool to discover an in-network pharmacy near you.

The federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends a yearly flu vaccination for everyone six months of age and older. It's the first and most important step in protecting against this serious disease.

There are many different flu viruses. The seasonal flu vaccine is made to protect against the top three or four flu viruses. Research shows that the flu is the most common illness during flu season. People should begin getting a flu shot soon after flu vaccine becomes available. Most flu shot clinics begin in September. 

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