Important! Getting your vaccine in Pacific County:
OBHMC wants you to be able to get your COVID-19 vaccine shots as soon as you are eligible and when there is adequate supply to meet our community’s needs. We are collaborating with the Pacific County Health Department and Peninsula Pharmacies to get and give out the vaccines in an orderly, expedited, and fair manner. As of now, the best way to get on a list is to complete the appropriate form below. If you have already done so and would like to find out where you are on the list, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
North County Waitlist: https://forms.gle/BNtAvdmK8hfBBzSx8
South County Waitlist: https://forms.gle/bBDu2iTdJsHBJJoh9
Spanish Language Waitlist: https://forms.gle/HJ7dQksvJiFtB9pR9
Ocean Beach Hospital & Medical Clinics are continuously monitoring and preparing for the potential spread of COVID-19 in our community.
Click here for the latest news:
COVID Vaccine: What to Expect at OBHMC, 12.17.20
Community Update on Testing, 11.24.20
Press Release, 11.17.2020
Editorial, Chinook Observer, 6.9.2020
We are working closely with local, regional, and state partners, and adapting as information and protocols change. We have implemented a number of processes at our hospital and clinics, including:
- Screening protocols to identify patients who may be at risk for COVID-19 infection.
- Facilitating lab testing for patients who may be at risk.
- Implementation of health department-recommended isolation processes and procedures.
We ask for your cooperation during this time to help protect yourself and other members of the community:
- If you have symptoms, call 360-642 3181 and follow the instructions given to you.
- Wash your hands often.
- Stay home when you are ill.
- Avoid close contact with others who are ill and avoid sharing personal items, such as beverage containers.
- Avoid attending meetings, events, and groups that are nonessential.
Latest information and resources:
OBHMC COVID-19 Community Flyer
OBHMC Visitor Restrictions Policy
Older individuals and those at higher risk
WA State Department of Health updates