Flu Vaccinations at The Portland Clinic

2016-2017

Flu shots are available with no appointment necessary at all our Clinic locations.
NOTE: Flu mist and high-dose flu vaccine is not available at this time at The Portland Clinic.

Pediatric and adult flu shots are available the following locations and times:

Downtown                         M-F 9-5pm (Ages 16 yr and older) 
Beaverton                          M-F 9-5pm (Ages 6 m and older)
South                                  M-F 9-5pm (Ages  6m and older)
Tigard                                 M-F 9-8pm and Sat 9-5pm (Ages 9 yr and older)
East                                     M-F 9-5pm (Ages 6 m and older)
Columbia                           M-F 9-5pm (Ages 6 m and older)

NOTE:  Extra PEDIATRIC staff will be available on the following dates for PEDIATRIC flu shots:

Friday, 10/14/16 at Beaverton, 9:00am – 5:00pm (ages 6m and older)
Friday, 11/11/16 at Beaverton, 9:00am – 5:00pm (ages 6m and older)

We are happy to bill your insurance for your flu shot.  If you plan to pay out of pocket, you will be required to pay $40 at the time of your vaccination.   For more information on flu vaccinations, please see the CDC’s key facts.

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We recently received notice that the Solar Eclipse Glasses that our Ophthalmology department has been distributing to (eye) patients 7/25/17 - 8/11/17 have been recalled due to ISO certification uncertainty.  Even though the glasses indicate ISO 12312-2 certified, we have not received confirmation from the supplier that our order was sourced from a recommended manufacturer.  We are strongly advising that you discard and do not use the solar glasses if you picked them up from our Ophthalmology departments located at our Beaverton, Downtown and South offices and use glasses that have been supplied from a reputable vendor to ensure the utmost viewing safety.  (Note:  the Solar Eclipse glasses distributed through our pediatric department are confirmed to be ISO certified).