Join us for 2 free, virtual events supporting Black Mamas during National Black Maternal Health Week, April 11-17.
Make a difference in your community! Apply to serve on the Public Health Advisory Board by May 13 (new deadline).
Parkrose Student Health Center will stay open March 21-25 for health services during spring break. Call for appointment.
Due to widespread medical staffing shortages, parents have until April 20 to get their child’s vaccines up to date.
Students can contact Parkrose Student Health Center for health services during the holidays when schools are closed.
How does flavored tobacco influence your world? Make art to tell your story, help your community and win cash prizes!
Bring your kids to get their Covid-19 vaccines at one of our upcoming clinics. Anyone 5 and older can now get the vaccine!
Need a sports physical? Get one at your nearest Student Health Center on one of these clinic days in August.
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.
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.