Get Your Fall 2022 COVID-19 Booster Vaccine
We are currently offering the Pfizer Bivalent booster for ages 12 and up!
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:
- You must wait at least two months after your last Covid-19 vaccine was received.
- You must present proof of your last vaccine (card or electronic) with the date of last booster or primary series you received. Without documentation, the booster will not be given.
- Cascade Health is currently offering the Bivalent Pfizer booster only; we do not have primary dose vaccines available.
- Please review the vaccine fact sheet and bring a signed consent form to your appointment.
- You must bring your insurance card to your appointment. If you do not have health insurance, please visit the Lane County COVID-19 vaccination website to schedule an appointment.
- Masks are still required in all medical settings.
Schedule Your Booster
To schedule your Bivalent booster, click on the date you would like your appointment below. If you have previously registered with us, you will be asked to sign in, or you can create a new account. Choose your day and time and hit “Submit.” Check to ensure that a message in red appears at the top of the page confirming your appointment.
If you need to cancel for any reason, please contact our Wellness department at (541) 228-3096 so your time slot can be offered to someone else. Thank you!
- December 9, 2022
- December 15, 2022
- December 16, 2022
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 all medical settings.
- Practice good hand hygiene and carry hand sanitizer.
- Consider wearing a mask in crowded places.
- Stay home if you have any Covid-19 or flu-like symptoms until you test negative for Covid-19.