For Your Health

COVID-19 Resources

Your safety is our priority. With the recent surge in Omicron cases across our region, we are taking added steps to limit possible staff or patient exposure. Please visit our appointments page to learn more before your next NHC clinic visit.

Your Questions Answered

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, many people still have questions about the virus, vaccines, and the best ways to keep friends and family safe. We welcome your questions and concerns and encourage you to learn more.  

Resources You Can Trust

Oregon Health Authority offers resources, news, and the latest COVID numbers in Oregon State. 

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) provides COVID vaccine and testing guidance, science updates, and best practices for staying safe. 

John's Hopkins University & Medicine Coronavirus Resource Center highlights COVID trends, efforts, and research worldwide.

Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) provides tools, local resources, and information for Oregonians.

Female RN makes a COVID-19 vaccine ready

Supporting your child’s mental health during COVID-19: Five tips for families

Elizabeth Pruett RN, MSN, CPNP, is a Board-Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner at Neighborhood Health Center. She shares a few tips for families trying to cope during this challenging time.

COVID-19 Hotline

Patients and community members can call NHC's COVID Hotline to schedule a COVID-19 vaccination, booster, third dose, or testing appointment.

Keeping You Safe

We have a number of measures in place to keep patients, visitors, and staff safe in NHC clinics:

  • Daily temperature and symptom checks for staff, patients, and guests
  • All patients must wear a mask while at NHC clinics
  • Patients ages 18 and younger may be accompanied by one parent or guardian; no guests or guardians for patients age 18+ unless medically necessary.
  • Extra time between appointments to allow for added cleaning and disinfecting
  • Reduction of physical contact between staff and patients
  • Staff wear masks and other personal protective equipment (PPE) when caring for patients; these include gowns, face shields, and gloves when needed.