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COVID-19 vaccination information

Salem Health is now vaccinating all groups in OHA phases 1A and 1B. Learn more from OHA.

The locations below now list the main vaccine offered at each one. Because the supply is not controlled by Salem Health, we cannot guarantee which vaccine we will have on any given day.

We provide this information as a courtesy. You will not be given a choice of vaccines when you arrive. We will let you know which vaccine we have before we give it to you. You must get the same vaccine for your second dose.

Please choose a location:


Know before you go

Vaccine availability: First and second doses

Please make an appointment. Limited drop-in availability.

Vaccine manufacturer: Pfizer*

(*If you received Moderna at this location for your first dose, you will receive Moderna at your appointment for your second dose.)

Clinic hours

Tuesday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Location

Oregon State Fair and Expo Center

Marion County (State Fairgrounds)

Step 1 of 4: Confirm you are eligible

Thank you for choosing to be vaccinated for COVID-19. Together, we can beat this virus!

To be eligible at this time you must be part of an eligible group, according to the Oregon Health Authority. (Click here to see the OHA's full list of groups.)

The Pfizer vaccine is not approved for individuals under the age of 16. The Moderna vaccine is not approved for individuals under the age of 18.

Anyone who arrives to be vaccinated will be asked to attest to their eligibility.

If you have insurance, bring your insurance cards, as insurance will be billed for the administration of the vaccine. Even if you don’t have insurance, there is no out-of-pocket cost to you.

Step 2 of 4: Schedule your appointment

Click the button below to see all currently available appointments. If no times are showing, all appointments are full. Please check back — new appointment slots are added Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at noon.

 

Schedule first dose

 

The time you select is for the start of your appointment window.

When you arrive, you will be grouped with others who share the same window. There will be a wait time for your vaccination within that group.

 

An icon of a triangular yellow sign with an exclamation mark, indicating caution. If you are unable to schedule an appointment, limited drop-in appointments are available at the Oregon State Fairgrounds (Marion County) vaccine clinic only. However, know that wait times and vaccine availability can vary for unscheduled visits.  


Step 3 of 4: Report to the fairgrounds

The vaccine clinic will operate at the Jackman Long Building at the Oregon State Fair and Expo Center, 2330 17th St NE, Salem.

Enter from Silverton Road on the north end of the fairgrounds. From there, you will be directed by flaggers to a screening area and parking.

The line often extends outside. While there are tents to protect you from the rain, there are no heaters at this time. Please dress accordingly! Be sure to wear a shirt that gives access to your upper arm — and don't forget to wear your mask.

Aerial view of Oregon State Fairgrounds showing entrance and exit for vaccine clinic.

Step 4 of 4: Get your second dose

A second dose will be scheduled for you automatically when you receive the first dose. 

If you need to cancel or reschedule:

MyChart users:

Log in to your MyChart account and click on “My Visits” to see your appointment and reschedule. Note: Appointments for second doses must be on or after your due date: 21 (Pfizer) or 28 (Moderna) days after your first dose.   

All others:

If you did not set up a MyChart account before your first dose, you still can. After creating an account, follow the instructions above to reschedule your second dose.

If you do not wish to set up a MyChart account, you may drop into the vaccine clinic where you received your first vaccine on or after your second dose due date. Be sure to bring the vaccine card you received with your first dose. Returning for a second dose is your responsibility — we will not send you reminders if you do not have a MyChart account. Drop-in availability is limited, and we cannot guarantee that we will have a vaccine for you if you do not have an appointment. Check our website for the hours of each location as they do vary week to week.

Salem Health intends to continue operating vaccine clinics until all of the state of Oregon is vaccinated. Plan on returning to the same location for your second dose unless Salem Health announces a change.

Don't forget to sign up for the CDC's V-safe program to track side effects.

Questions?

Click on Vaccine Clinic FAQs at the top of this page or check our COVID-19 information page.

Know before you go

Vaccine availability: First and second doses

Please make an appointment. Limited drop-in availability.

Vaccine manufacturer: Moderna

Clinic hours:

Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Location

Western Oregon University — Werner Center, Pacific Room

Polk County

Step 1 of 4: Confirm you are eligible

Thank you for choosing to be vaccinated for COVID-19. Together, we can beat this virus!

To be eligible at this time you must be part of an eligible group, according to the Oregon Health Authority. (Click here to see the OHA's full list of groups.)

The Pfizer vaccine is not approved for individuals under the age of 16. The Moderna vaccine is not approved for individuals under the age of 18.

Anyone who arrives to be vaccinated will be asked to attest to their eligibility.

If you have insurance, bring your insurance cards, as insurance will be billed for the administration of the vaccine. Even if you don’t have insurance, there is no out-of-pocket cost to you.

 

Step 2 of 4: Schedule your appointment

Click the button below to see all currently available appointments. If no times are showing, all appointments are full. Please check back — new appointment slots are added Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at noon.

 

Schedule first dose

 

The time you select is for the start of your appointment window.

When you arrive, you will be grouped with others who share the same window. There will be a wait time for your vaccination within that group.

 

An icon of a triangular yellow sign with an exclamation mark, indicating caution. If you are unable to schedule an appointment, limited drop-in appointments are available at the Oregon State Fairgrounds (Marion County) vaccine clinic only. However, know that wait times and vaccine availability can vary for unscheduled visits.  


Step 3 of 4: Report to Western Oregon University

Depending on how long the line gets, you may need to wait outside. Please dress for the weather. Be sure to wear a shirt that gives access to your upper arm — and don't forget to wear your mask.

Western Oregon University
Werner University Center, Pacific Room
400 Monmouth Ave N
Monmouth, OR 97361

WOU clinic map

 

Directions:

Coming from West Salem on 99: Turn right from highway 99W onto Hoffman. Turn left onto Monmouth Avenue. Right onto Stadium drive.  Left on Jackson where you will find the screening station in the parking lot south of the WOU football field.

Coming from Dallas:  Drive to highway 99W and head south. Take a right on Hoffman. Turn left onto Monmouth Avenue. Right onto Stadium drive. Left on Jackson where you will find the screening station in the parking lot south of the WOU football field.

Coming into Monmouth on 99W from the south: Turn left onto Main Street at the four-way signal. Follow Main Street until you come to the stop sign at Monmouth Ave. Take a right onto Monmouth Avenue. Left on Jackson where you will find the screening station in the parking lot south of the WOU football field.


Step 4 of 4: Get your second dose

A second dose will be scheduled for you automatically when you receive the first dose. 

If you need to cancel or reschedule:

MyChart users:

Log in to your MyChart account and click on “My Visits” to see your appointment and reschedule. Note: Appointments for second doses must be on or after your due date: 21 (Pfizer) or 28 (Moderna) days after your first dose.   

All others:

If you did not set up a MyChart account before your first dose, you still can. After creating an account, follow the instructions above to reschedule your second dose.

If you do not wish to set up a MyChart account, you may drop into the vaccine clinic where you received your first vaccine on or after your second dose due date. Be sure to bring the vaccine card you received with your first dose. Returning for a second dose is your responsibility — we will not send you reminders if you do not have a MyChart account. Drop-in availability is limited, and we cannot guarantee that we will have a vaccine for you if you do not have an appointment. Check our website for the hours of each location as they do vary week to week.

Salem Health intends to continue operating vaccine clinics until all of the state of Oregon is vaccinated. Plan on returning to the same location for your second dose unless Salem Health announces a change.

Don't forget to sign up for the CDC's V-safe program to track side effects.

Questions?

Click on Vaccine Clinic FAQs at the top of this page or check our COVID-19 information page.

Know before you go

Vaccine availability: First and second doses

By appointment only.

Vaccine manufacturer: Moderna

Clinic hours

  • Monday, April 12  — 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Future hours to be determined based on vaccine supply. Please check back.

Location

Salem Health Medical Clinic – Woodburn

Woodburn

Step 1 of 4: Confirm you are eligible

Thank you for choosing to be vaccinated for COVID-19. Together, we can beat this virus!

To be eligible at this time you must be part of an eligible group, according to the Oregon Health Authority. (Click here to see the OHA's full list of groups.)

The Pfizer vaccine is not approved for individuals under the age of 16. The Moderna vaccine is not approved for individuals under the age of 18.

Anyone who arrives to be vaccinated will be asked to attest to their eligibility.

If you have insurance, bring your insurance cards, as insurance will be billed for the administration of the vaccine. Even if you don’t have insurance, there is no out-of-pocket cost to you.

 

Step 2 of 4: Schedule your appointment

Click the button below to see all currently available appointments. If no times are showing, all appointments are full. Please check back — new appointment slots are added Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at noon.

 

Schedule first dose

 

The time you select is for the start of your appointment window.

When you arrive, you will be grouped with others who share the same window. There will be a wait time for your vaccination within that group.

 

An icon of a triangular yellow sign with an exclamation mark, indicating caution. If you are unable to schedule an appointment, limited drop-in appointments are available at the Oregon State Fairgrounds (Marion County) vaccine clinic only. However, know that wait times and vaccine availability can vary for unscheduled visits.  


Step 3 of 4: Report to Salem Health Medical Clinic – Woodburn

Depending on how long the line gets, you may need to wait outside. Please dress for the weather. Be sure to wear a shirt that gives access to your upper arm — and don't forget to wear your mask.

Salem Health Medical Clinic – Woodburn
105 Arney Road, Suite 130
Woodburn, Oregon 97071 

Simple line drawing of Woodburn clinic location.



Step 4 of 4: Get your second dose

A second dose will be scheduled for you automatically when you receive the first dose. 

If you need to cancel or reschedule:

MyChart users:

Log in to your MyChart account and click on “My Visits” to see your appointment and reschedule. Note: Appointments for second doses must be on or after your due date: 21 (Pfizer) or 28 (Moderna) days after your first dose.   

All others:

If you did not set up a MyChart account before your first dose, you still can. After creating an account, follow the instructions above to reschedule your second dose.

If you do not wish to set up a MyChart account, you may drop into the vaccine clinic where you received your first vaccine on or after your second dose due date. Be sure to bring the vaccine card you received with your first dose. Returning for a second dose is your responsibility — we will not send you reminders if you do not have a MyChart account. Drop-in availability is limited, and we cannot guarantee that we will have a vaccine for you if you do not have an appointment. Check our website for the hours of each location as they do vary week to week.

Salem Health intends to continue operating vaccine clinics until all of the state of Oregon is vaccinated. Plan on returning to the same location for your second dose unless Salem Health announces a change.

Don't forget to sign up for the CDC's V-safe program to track side effects.

Questions?

Click on Vaccine Clinic FAQs at the top of this page or check our COVID-19 information page.

Frequently asked questions

...about our COVID-19 vaccine clinics, MyChart and more

 

Your second dose

Q: How do I know what date to come for my second dose?

Pfizer: Manufacturer recommends 21 days after first dose.

Moderna: Manufacturer recommends 28 days after first dose.

 

Q: I was told that I could come in a few days earlier than the manufacturer recommended date.

 

 

OHA Phases and County requirements

Q: Who can get vaccinated?

The Oregon Health Authority decides the vaccine phases. To see their most recent eligibility chart, visit the OHA's COVID vaccine website.

Our website will be kept up to date to show which OHA phase we are in.

Q: I got my first dose on a day that you allowed people who weren’t OHA Phase 1A or Marion County residents – will I be turned away for my second dose? 

 

 

Vaccination cards

Q: What if I lost my vaccination card?

We save all the information on vaccination cards. If you lose your vaccination card, we can issue you a replacement. Please come to the clinic where you received your vaccination and speak with the registration staff.

Q: It looks like my vaccination card wasn’t filled out (or was filled out incorrectly) when I got my vaccine. How do I get my vaccination card filled out?

Bring your card, even if it wasn’t filled out. It is important to get both doses recorded on the same card. We save all this information and can complete (or correct) your card when you return.

 

First dose appointments

Q: The button is only showing me one day I can schedule for. Why aren't there more options?

The system sometimes defaults to a single day, but you can search other days by tapping on the right on the date box and selecting a different date or all available dates.

We match the number of appointment slots to the vaccine doses we receive. If no appointments are showing, it means all of the appointments for that day are full.

You shouldn't expect to see more than a week at a time on the calendar because we rarely know what our supply will be more than one week in advance.

Q: Can I schedule a first dose for someone else?

Yes. Just be sure to use their information (personal details) and not your own in the form. This ensures we know who is getting the dose.

 

 

Vaccine clinic operations

Q: Is the vaccine clinic open today?

Check our website to see if the clinic is open and to schedule an appointment: www.salemhealth.org/covid-vaccine.

Q: If I drop in to the clinic without an appointment, am I guaranteed to get a vaccine?

Not necessarily. We will make every effort to ensure that you are vaccinated. But because supplies are limited and change daily, you may be turned away if all of that day's vaccines are reserved for people with appointments.

Q: How are you accommodating people who cannot wait in lines due to age, poor health or other reasons?

If you or someone you’re accompanying has special needs of any kind, let one of our staff know when you arrive. We will direct you to an accessible entrance.

Q: What if I need a wheelchair or help getting into the building?  

Please let the parking attendant know that you will need special assistance.

Q: Do I have to pay for the vaccine out of pocket if I don’t have insurance?

No. We ask that you bring your insurance card if you have health insurance.  If you are uninsured, you will not be charged.

Q: What can I do to help make sure everyone gets vaccinated?

Visit our Vaccine Team page for ways you can help friends and family members sign up for vaccine. We hope to update it often as more resources become available.

 

 

Still need help? Call us at 503-814-SHOT (7468).