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Pediatric Flu Shot Clinics

No visitors are allowed in freestanding clinics except for those accompanying patients needing assistance.

If you have a fever, cough or other symptoms of possible infection, notify us when you schedule an appointment and before you arrive. If you’re having a medical emergency, call 911. Upon arrival, everyone will receive a symptom and temperature check. Anyone with an elevated temperature will be connected with appropriate care.

Patient, visitor and caregiver safety is PeaceHealth’s top priority. To help reduce the potential spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) we are implementing some changes at our clinics. If you have symptoms, including fever or cough, we ask that you please call your provider’s office prior to arriving at our facilities. If you are seeking specialty services, please be aware that some of these clinics have temporarily closed, changed their hours or suspended routine office visits. Please call the specific clinic for the latest information.

PeaceHealth Medical Group Pediatrics is ready to help you protect your child against the influenza virus.

Please call ahead to schedule an appointment. Or, if your child is visiting the clinic for another reason, you may request a flu shot at the same time.

  • RiverBend Pavilion Clinic: 541-222-8500
  • University District Clinic: 458-205-6061
  • Barger Clinic: 541-242-5050

The American Association of Pediatrics recommends that all children six months or older receive an annual flu shot—preferably before the end of October. During the 2017-18 flu season—one of the most severe on record—179 children died from influenza-related illness, and thousands more were hospitalized, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About 80 percent of those who died had not received a flu vaccination.