Need a copy of your immunization record? Call: 503-588-5342 Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00
Immunizations are an excellent way to protect both children and adults against many diseases. Age-appropriate immunization starts at birth and continues through adulthood, with special emphasis through age two.
Marion County Health & Human Services offers all vaccines required by law for daycare, preschool and K-12 schools, and most immunizations required for college in Oregon. We also carry a variety of other vaccines for children and adults.
Travel immunizations: We do not generally carry travel immunizations, with the exception of Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B vaccines, which may be indicated for some travelers. For specific information on travel immunizations visit the
CDC Travel Immunization (http://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/list) site.
Influenza (Flu): We offer several varieties of the flu vaccine including high dose for 65 and older, and traditional flu shots. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone 6 months of age and older.
To make an appointment for immunizations, request a copy of your immunization record, or for immunization questions, please call us at 503-588-5342.
Immunization Requirements for School & Childcare
Required immunizations by ages and grades
Immunization Reporting for Schools and Children's Facilities
Reporting Instructions, Forms, and Training
Link to Immunization Reporting Packet
Immunization Appointment Forms
Vaccine Administration Record (VAR)
General Immunization Resources
Flu Vaccine Information
HPV Vaccine Cancer Prevention
Immunization Action Coalition
Model Standing Orders
Oregon Health Authority Immunization Information and Resources
School Immunization Information for Parents
Vaccine Information Statements
Vaccinate Your Baby
Marion County Health Department Facebook
All Marion Immunization Coalition (AMIC)
The All Marion Immunization Coalition (AMIC) exists to promote awareness and understanding of childhood and adult immunization issues in our community. AMIC educates providers and the public on immunization issues, and offers networking and information sharing opportunities for immunization professionals. AMIC strives to reduce the incidence of vaccine preventable diseases and improve immunization rates throughout Marion County.
AMIC meets several times a year. For current and upcoming meeting information, call 503-361-2791.