36 SW Nye Street
Newport, Oregon 97365
Public Health: (541) 265-4112
Environmental Health: (541) 265-4127
Behavioral Health: (541) 265-4179
Primary Care: (541) 265-4947
Health Insurance Enrollment Assistance: (541) 265-0430
Address: 36 SW Nye Street, Newport
We are a safety Net clinic that is able to provide immunizations to adults and children.
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Appointments are open for children's school immunizations during the Christmas break. Immunizations are also available from your health care provider and many local pharmacies.
Many diseases that used to be common in this country and around the world, can now be prevented by vaccination including:
Thanks to a vaccine, one of the most terrible diseases in history – smallpox – no longer exists outside the laboratory.
Over the years vaccines have prevented countless cases of disease and saved millions of lives.
Vaccine schedules are based on nationally recommended standards.
Costs for immunizations are based on costs of the vaccines and/or an administrative cost. Most insurances including the Oregon Health Plan (OHP) are accepted. Please check with your insurance company before making any appointments. However, no child will be denied vaccines due to inability to pay.
The Vaccines for Children Program helps provide vaccines to children whose parents or guardians may not be able to afford them. This helps to ensure that all children have a better chance of getting their recommended vaccinations on schedule.
Parents, if you cannot pay the administration fee of $21.96 per vaccine, this fee may be waived. Please tell us if this fee is unaffordable for you.
Shots are required by law for children in attendance at public and private schools, preschools, childcare facilities, and Head Start programs in Oregon. Nearly every place that provides care for a child outside the home requires shots or a medical or non-medical exemption to stay enrolled.
Oregon school law requires that children who attend public and private schools, pre-schools, childcare facilities and Head Start programs in Oregon be vaccinated. Nearly every place that provides care for a child outside the home requires shots or a religious or medical exemption to stay enrolled.
Appointments are necessary, unless a drop-in clinic has been scheduled.