¿Estás pensando en vacunarte? Ver información y ubicaciones

Thinking about getting vaccinated? See information and locations

Here’s what you need to know: Vaccinated people are much less likely to need hospitalization or become seriously ill than unvaccinated people who get COVID. Vaccination remains the single best way to keep yourself and those close to you safe.

“The cornerstone of our response to this pandemic is vaccination, masking, distancing and hand hygiene,” says Steven Freer, M.D., chief medical officer for Providence in Oregon. “We can work together to end this pandemic.”

Ready to get vaccinated?

Visit Get Vaccinated Oregon’s locator map to find a COVID vaccination site near you.

Need more information?

If you’re still deciding whether a COVID-19 vaccinations is right for you and your family, here are a few posts that can help.

Learn more on Oregon’s COVID-19 Vaccine site.

12/3/2022
Providence is seeing many children with RSV. Under guidance from OHA, we have activated crisis standards of care in pediatric units at Providence Portland Medical Center.
12/2/2022
Providence currently accepting applications for an Immuno-Oncology Research Fellowship being offered through Earle A. Chiles Research Institute.
12/2/2022
Bernard A. Fox, Ph.D., leader of the Laboratory of Molecular and Tumor Immunology honored by the Society for Immunotherapy of Cancer for legacy of public service.
11/18/2022
A joint statement from Kaiser Permanente, Legacy Health, OHSU Health and Providence
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