Vaccine Appointments

Updated on 4/15/2021

 

Click here for an important update regarding the Johnson and Johnson Vaccine

 

Beginning on April 19, all Oregonians 16 and older are eligible for vaccination. Please note that only the Pfizer vaccine is approved for individuals 16 years of age and older. Please take note of this when seeking to schedule an appointment at a mass vaccination clinic. Information on what vaccine type is being offered at a specific vaccine clinic can be found on our Vaccination Clinics Page.

Appointments at Benton County’s mass vaccination clinics are only open to eligible individuals. Appointments are required at all clinics held at Reser Stadium and Monroe Grade School.

Appointments are added to the schedule based off current vaccine supply. If more vaccine is made available to Benton County, more appointment slots will be added.

 

Monroe Clinic Appointment Process

 

To make an appointment at an upcoming mass vaccination clinic at Monroe Grade School, please follow these steps:

  1. Confirm that you are eligible:
    • Beginning on April 19, all Oregonians 16 years and older are eligible for vaccination.
    • Benton County continues targeted outreach efforts to Phase 1a and Phase 1b eligibility groups. Community members who fall into those categories can call 541-766-6464 for assistance in making an appointment.
    • More information can be found on our vaccine eligibility page​.
  2. Make an appointment:
    • Appointments can be made by calling 541-766-6464.
  3. On the day of your appointment,​​ report to Monroe Grade School for your appointment:
    • ​​Address: Monroe Grade School 600 Dragon Drive 

       

Reser Clinic Appointment Process

 

To make an appointment at an upcoming mass vaccination clinic at Reser Stadium, please follow these steps:

  1. Confirm that you are eligible:

    • Beginning on April 19, all Oregonians 16 years and older are eligible for vaccination.
    • Benton County continues targeted outreach efforts to Phase 1a and Phase 1b eligibility groups. Community members who fall into those categories can call 541-766-6464 for assistance in making an appointment.
    • More information can be found on our vaccine eligibility page.
  2. Make an appointment:

    Click here to be taken to the appointment scheduler

    • Notes:

      • You will leave the County's website and be taken to My Chart, a Samaritan Health Services website.

      • Enter birth date format as month/day/year (mm/dd/yyyy).

      • Please do not enter your Social Security Number (SSN). Use 000-00-0000 instead.

    • If you are unable to leave your home and would like to recieve your vaccine at home, please call the Liaison Team at 541-766-6464

    • If the internet is a barrier or you would otherwise like help making an appointment, please call the Samaritan Call Center at 855-441-2311

  3. If you provided an email, please check your email for your appointment confirmation

  4. On the day of your appointment,​​ report to Reser Stadium for your appointment:

    • Free parking will be available for vaccination clinic patients only in clearly marked areas of the Reser Stadium parking lot located at Southwest Western Boulevard and Southwest 26th Street across from the LaSells Stewart Center on the OSU campus.

    • During the vaccination clinic, this parking area will be closed to OSU commuter parking.

    • Vaccinations will take place on the stadium’s east concourse adjacent to gates A, B and C on Parker Plaza.

    • OSU permit holders may park in any open lot within their permitted zone, including C zone spaces located to the west of Reser Stadium, which can be accessed from the entrance on Southwest 30th Street.

 

Notes on Vaccine Appointments

  • One person per appointment, each person must register individually.
  • Second dose appointments:
    • Your second dose will be automatically scheduled on the day you receive your first dose.
    • When you receive your first dose, you will receive a second dose vaccine appointment card. This second dose vaccine appointment card will simply list the date and full hours of the clinic. You are required to come on the exact date of your appointment.  
    • Closer to the date of your second dose appointment, you will receive a confirmation via email, text, or phone call with an exact time of your appointment. You are not required to come at the exact time of your appointment.
    • Even if you do not receive a confirmation with an exact time, come to the clinic on the date of your second dose vaccine appointment card.
    • If you have questions about your appointment, call the Samaritan Call Center at 855-441-2311 for assistance.
  • Please dress for the weather on the day of your appointment. The line starts outside and the temperature inside Reser Stadium will be similar to outside temperatures.
  • Wear a shirt that allows access to the arm in which you will receive the vaccine