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Please call 541.412.2000 to schedule an appointment to receive a vaccine at Curry Health Network.

Please note: There are venues in addition to Curry Health Network that provide Covid-19 vaccines in Curry County, including clinics that are held regularly in Gold Beach and Brookings. Some of these venues include the Curry County Public Library in Gold Beach, and St. Timothy's in Brookings. To learn what days/hours vaccines are available at these and other venues, visit the Oregon Get Vaccinated Locator web page

Curry Public Library (as of 1/7/2022) offers all three brands of vaccines and walk-ins are welcome (no appointment necessary) at 94131 3rd St., Gold Beach.
When: through 3/30/2022
Wednesdays only, 11 am to 4 pm
Pfizer, J&J, Pfizer for ages 5-11, & Moderna
Minors under the age of 15 must have parent/guardian consent (in person, written, or verbal.

Corner Drug in Gold Beach offers the Moderna vaccine. Call 541.247.4544.

St. Timothy's Church at 401 Fir Street in Brookings offers all 3 vaccines on a walk-in basis. Call 541.251.0608 or 541.469.3314 for available days and times.

Other locations such as pharmacies in Brookings are available. Please use the the Oregon Get Vaccinated Locator web page for more information.

Coast Community Health in Port Orford also provides vaccines and appointments can be scheduled online, or by calling 541.332.1114 extension 1.

November 20, 2021 - All persons are eligible to receive the MODERNA Booster Vaccine if you are age 18 or older, and
you received your last dose of Moderna or Pfizer 6 or more months prior, OR
you received your Johnson & Johnson vaccine 2 or more months prior.

If you meet the requirements above, please call 541.412.2000 to be scheduled to receive the booster dose of MODERNA vaccine.


August 17, 2021 - The FDA and CDC have recently recommended that individuals who have moderately to severely compromised immune systems receive a third dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Those who fit into this category must meet the following requirements:
Be 18 years or older
Have already received the first 2 doses of the MODERNA Covid-19 vaccine a minimum of 28-days prior

The Oregon Health Authority has defined "immunocompromised individuals" to be those who:
Have received a solid organ transplant and are currently taking immunosuppressive medications.
Have received a stem cell transplant within the last 2 years and/or are taking medications that may suppress the immune system.
Are currently receiving active cancer treatments for tumors or blood cancers.
Are actively receiving treatment with high dose corticosteroids or any other medication that may suppress the immune system.
Have advanced or untreated HIV.
Have been diagnosed with a moderate to severe primary immunodeficiency.

If you meet the requirements and fall under the definition of an immunocompromised individual, please call 541.412.2000 to be scheduled to receive the third dose of MODERNA vaccine.


Please call 541.412.2000 to schedule an appointment for your child age 5-11 to receive a Pfizer vaccine for Covid-19.

Hosting Saturday Kid's Clinics for your convenience
Kid's Pfizer Clinic is only available in Brookings
You and child must be available to schedule 2 visits, 21 days apart
Parent/Legal Guardian must be present
Call 541.412.2000 for an appointment
Kid's Clinics are scheduled for November 13 and December 4, 2021


The FDA, CDC, and Oregon Health Authority have authorized certain individuals to receive a "booster" dose of PFIZER vaccine at least six months after their second dose. Curry Health Network does not offer the PFIZER Booster vaccine.

Visit to find a location that provides the Pfizer vaccine.

Those who should receive a booster dose of Pfizer:
Adults age 65 and older and those living in long-term care facilities
Adults age 50-64 with underlying medical conditions or who are at increased risk of social inequities

Those who may receive a booster dose:
Adults age 18 through 64 years:
          1) with underlying medical conditions, or
          2) who are at increased risk for SARS-CoV-2 exposure and transmission because of where they work or live, such as teachers, grocery store employees, health care workers and people who live in congregate care settings.


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