Need a sports physical? Get one at your nearest Student Health Center on one of these clinic days in August.
Did your child fall behind on vaccines during the Covid-19 pandemic? Visit one of our back-to-school clinics in August to get your child up to date.
School may be out for summer, but from June 21 to August 31 kids can still get health services at Parkrose High School Student Health Center.
Join our Healthy Birth Initiatives program for a series of free, virtual workshops during National Black Maternal Health Week, April 11-17.
Parkrose Student Health Center will remain open March 22-26 for health services during spring break. Call for appointment.
On February 17, children without up-to-date shots won't be allowed to attend in-person school or child care. Childhood vaccines are still essential during Covid-19. If your child is missing shots, it's time to catch up!
Make a difference in your community! Apply to serve on the Public Health Advisory Board by March 12.
Students can contact David Douglas Student Health Center (503-988-3554) for health services during the holidays when schools are closed.
On April 5, Health Department programs located at the McCoy Building, downtown, will begin moving to a new building near Union Station.
A new digital report on the work of the Communicable Disease Services unit in 2017 combines interactive data, photos and stories to give a glimpse of the people and the work behind the numbers.
How Male to Father Involvement, a new program of the Healthy Birth Initiatives' program, is working to strengthen our community of African American dads.
We did it again! For the fifth year in a row, the Health Services and Resources Administration named Multnomah County’s community health centers a Quality Leader.