Good Shepherd Offering Drive-Thru COVID-19 Vaccines on Feb. 11


Good Shepherd Health Care System (GSHCS) is offering free COVID-19 vaccines on Friday, Feb. 11.

The free vaccines include initial series (1st & 2nd) and booster (3rd) doses.

The vaccines will be given from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 620 N.W. 11th St., in Hermiston – in the parking lot next to the Good Shepherd Medical Plaza.  No appointment is needed, and community members should bring their vaccination cards with them if applicable.

During the drive-thru event, Good Shepherd will administer the Moderna vaccine (authorized for those 18 and older) and the Pfizer vaccine (authorized for those 12 and older), the Pediatric Pfizer vaccine (authorized for 5-12 years), as well as the Johnson & Johnson vaccine (authorized for those 18 and older). For ages 5 to 14 a parent or guardian must be present.  In accordance with Oregon Law, patients 15 and older can self-consent for the vaccine.

Patients must pre-register for the drive-thru event by printing their registration form located at, filling out the form in advance (for each person), and bringing the form with them to the event on Feb. 11.  If a patient is unable to print off the pre-registration form, a form will be made available at the event via registration stations – but it will increase their wait time.

COVID-19 vaccines are also available by appointment at Good Shepherd Medical Group, Primary Care Clinic, Urgent Care and Pediatrics Department for which community members are encouraged to call ahead to schedule.  Other local locations offering COVID-19 vaccines are listed on Umatilla County Public Health’s website at

Individuals receiving a vaccine should be prepared for 15 minutes of required monitoring after vaccine administration. Community members may call and leave a message on Good Shepherd’s COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline at 541-667-3426 if they have any questions about vaccinations.


  • Moderna Booster (3rd dose)
    • Must be age 18 +
    • Must be 5 months or more after receiving primary series
  • Pfizer Booster (3rd dose)
    • Must be age 12 +
    • Must be 5 months or more after receiving primary series
  • J&J Booster (2nd dose)
    • Must be age 18 +
    • Must be 2 months after receiving first dose

For up-to-date GSHCS information, please visit the GSHCS Facebook page or  For general COVID-19 questions, individuals may call the OHA hotline by dialing 211 from a cell phone (not a landline).  If you believe that you have been infected by COVID-19 or are exhibiting symptoms such as fever or respiratory illness (cough or shortness of breath), call ahead to your primary care provider’s office, Good Shepherd Urgent Care at 541-567-2995 and/or Umatilla County Public Health at 541-278-5432.  For medical emergencies, dial 911.