Covid-19

COVID-19

Get Your COVID-19 Vaccine

Cascade health is once again hosting COVID-19 vaccine clinics:

  • A two-dose primary series in individuals 12 through 15 years
  • A third primary series dose in individuals 12 years of age and older who have been determined to have certain kinds of immunocompromise, and:
  • A single booster dose in individuals 65 years of age and older
    • 18 through 64 years of age at high risk of severe COVID-19
    • 18 through 64 years of age whose frequent institutional or occupational exposure to SARS-CoV-2 puts them at high risk of serious complications of COVID-19 including severe COVID-19

Pick a day below and click on the button to choose a time to get your Pfizer vaccine. More dates will be added soon, depending on demand.



Vaccines will be administered at our offices at 2650 Suzanne Way in Eugene. Free parking is available on-site.

To prepare for your appointment, please note:

  • If you are interested in a third shot, it is recommended you wait 6 months after your last (second) dose to receive a third dose. You must wait a minimum of 28 days.
  • You should receive the same vaccine for all doses, including the third.
  • Cascade Health currently only carries the Pfizer vaccine.
  • Please review the vaccine fact sheet and bring a signed consent form to your appointment.
  • Please bring your insurance card to your appointment.
  • If you will be coming for your second or third dose, please bring your vaccine record card to your appointment.
  • Masks are required.

 


Safe. Free. Effective.

Getting vaccinated is the safest, most effective way to prevent getting, spreading or dying from the virus that causes COVID-19.

COVID-19 vaccines are free, safe and available to everyone 12 years of age and older. The COVID-19 vaccines have undergone extensive testing and all the required stages of clinical trials; they are not experimental. None of the vaccines contain the live virus and therefore cannot make you sick with COVID-19. Side effects are normal and generally mild. The Pfizer vaccine has received full FDA approval, and the Moderna and Johnson & Johnson vaccines have received emergency use authorization.

As our community’s residents and health care system struggle under the impact of the extremely infectious Delta variant, it is more important than ever to get vaccinated. Delta spreads more easily and causes more severe illness than previous COVID-19 strains. If you catch the virus after being vaccinated, you are significantly more likely to avoid hospitalization and death than someone who is not vaccinated.

Please, protect yourself, your family and your community. Get vaccinated today.

 

Other ways to stay safe.

Regardless of your vaccination status, to prevent the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, please:

  • Wear a well-fitting mask in indoor spaces with anyone outside of your immediate household.
  • Wear a mask outdoors if you are not able to maintain a six-foot distance from everyone outside your immediate household.
  • Practice good hand hygiene and carry hand sanitizer.
  • Avoid crowded places.
  • Avoid unnecessary travel.
  • Limit activities that could lead to injuries requiring hospitalization and drive carefully. Our hospitals and healthcare providers are overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients and you may not get the care you need if you require hospitalization.