Rotating Walk-In Clinics for School Shots

No appointments needed! Get your student(s) ready for school registration!

 

NEWPORT, Ore. – Starting this week, Lincoln Health and Human Services clinics will be having rotating walk-in hours to help students kick off the school year with up-to-date vaccinations. Lincoln County Health and Human Services has seven clinics in total; one public health clinic, two federally qualified health centers (FQHCs), and four school-based health centers located at Taft, Waldport, Newport, and Toledo High Schools.

Any community member, regardless of insurance status, can establish care and become a full-time patient at both Lincoln County FQHCs; located in Newport and Lincoln City. The School-Based Health Centers are open during the Lincoln County School District (LCSD) academic year and focus physical and mental health care for any LCSD students; grades K-12. Lincoln County Public Health Clinic is a safety net clinic, not a place to establish care, that is available for immunizations, sexually transmitted disease testing and treatment, in addition to other communicable disease testing services.

Walk-in vaccination clinics will begin on August 7, 2018 to ensure ample opportunity for parents to get their children up-to-date on school vaccination in time for the first day of school! Please bring any immunization records you might have for your children. If you do not have any vaccination records, the clinic staff can print them out for you. Students will be excluded from school if they do not have their required vaccinations or exemption forms into LCSD by February 20, 2019. If you are not able to attend any of the walk-clinics, please call to make an appointment with any of the seven Lincoln County Health and Human Services clinics or with your healthcare provider.

The Vaccine For Children (VFC) program allows all children without insurance and/or money to be vaccinated at no cost; so please do not let money or insurance status be a barrier to getting your child the protection they need through required and recommended vaccinations for school.

Walk-In Clinic Schedule and Locations

Date Location City Times

Wednesday August 8th & 15th

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Friday August 24th

Lincoln Community Health Center
(Newport FQHC)
1010 SW Coast Hwy Suite 203
541-265-4947

Newport

9am - Noon

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1pm - 4pm

Monday August 13th

Lincoln Community Health Center
(Lincoln City FQHC)
4422 NE Devils Lake Blvd, Suite 2
541-265-4947

Lincoln City

9am - Noon

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1pm - 4pm

Tuesday August 7th

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Thursday August 16th & 23rd

Lincoln County Public Health Clinic
36 SW Nye St.

541-265-4112

Newport

8:15am - Noon

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1pm - 2:30pm

After September 5th, 2018 you can also contact the four school-based health centers to get school vaccines:

  • Newport School-Based Health Center 541-265-0472
  • Taft School-Based Health Center 541-265-0474
  • Toledo School-Based Health Center 541-265-0473
  • Waldport School-Based Health Center 541-265-0471

 

You can also call the local Lincoln Public Health Clinic to discuss your child’s vaccination needs, requirement, and costs at 541-265-4112. The clinic works on a sliding scale and no one will be turned away for inability to pay for vaccines.

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