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Flu shot locations

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Oregon and Washington

The Centers for Disease Control and PreventionKaiser Permanente is not responsible for the content or policies of external Internet sites. recommends everyone 6 months and older get a flu vaccination each year. Flu shots are available at no charge to our members when given at a Kaiser Permanente medical facility.

Although this year's vaccine is not a perfect match for one of the flu viruses included, it still provides strong protection against other flu viruses spreading this season. This is because antibodies made in response to vaccination with one flu virus can protect against different, but related viruses. Influenza vaccination is also still likely to reduce symptoms and prevent complications of the flu.

You can get a flu vaccination:

  • during a regularly scheduled doctor appointment
  • by walking in to any of our Nurse Treatment Centers. (See list below for locations and times.) No appointment is required.

Please remember to bring your Kaiser Permanente membership card and a photo I.D. to your visit. For the most up-to-date information, call 800-813-2000.

Nurse Treatment Centers are open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the following locations:

Portland Metro Area

Beaverton Medical Office
Gateway Medical Office 
Interstate Medical Office East 
Mt. Scott Medical Office
Rockwood Medical Office
Sunset Medical Office
Tualatin Medical Office


North Lancaster Medical Office


Cascade Park Medical Office
Longview-Kelso Medical Office
Orchards Medical Office
Salmon Creek Medical Office
Vancouver Medical Office

Reviewed by: Melinda Burpo, January 2015

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