Appointments and operating hours  | Guidelines for 12- to 15-year-olds |  Creating a MyHealth account  |  What to expect  |  Directions/transportation


Single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine available for adults 18+.

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Second-dose Pfizer vaccine available for ages 12+.

Walk-in or schedule now.

Kaiser Permanente, Legacy Health, OHSU, and Providence Health & Services.
All4Oregon is a COVID-19 mass vaccination site at the Oregon Convention Center, created with the collaboration and leadership of Kaiser Permanente, Legacy Health, OHSU, and Providence. By combining vaccine supply, as well as the doctors, nurses, and clinical staff of these four leading Portland-area hospital systems, we have created a highly efficient structure for providing available vaccine to eligible Oregonians in the greater Portland metro area.


June Hours of operation:

Tuesday, June 1 Noon to 7 p.m.
Wednesday, June 2  Noon to 7 p.m.
Saturday, June 5  9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Tuesday, June 87 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Wednesday, June 9  Noon to 7 p.m.
Saturday, June 12 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Wednesday, June 16Noon to 7 p.m.
Saturday, June 19 9 a.m. to noon




To cancel or reschedule an appointment, use MyHealth or call 971-268-5550 for assistance.


12- to 14-year-olds must be accompanied by either a parent, a guardian, or someone designated by the parent. 15-year-olds do not need to be accompanied and do not require parental consent in the state of Oregon.

If someone other than a parent or guardian accompanies the 12- to 14-year-old, they will need to provide proof of parental or guardian consent.  

Proof of consent is either:

  • A signed consent form English Spanish Russian (download)
  • A written or typed note that includes the parent/guardian’s name, their relationship to the young adult, the young adult’s date of birth, a statement saying the parent/guardian consents to the young adult being vaccinated, and the parent/guardian’s signature


After your first appointment is scheduled, you can set up a Legacy MyHealth account at myhealth.lhs.org.

With a MyHealth account, you can cancel your appointment if needed.


To save time at check-in:
  • Please sign in to MyHealth and complete eCheck-in before your appointment.
  • Bring your Appointment Confirmation or Reminder with the QR code if one was provided. Using the QR code when you check in for your appointment will help make the process faster.
  • If you received your first dose of Pfizer elsewhere, you can get your second dose at the OCC. Please bring your vaccination card or other documentation showing the vaccine type you already received and when.
  • Bring proof of identification (driver’s license, employee badge, piece of U.S. mail) if possible. 
  • Bring your health insurance card if you have one. If you have Medicare, bring your red, white, and blue card.
  • Plan to arrive 30 minutes before your scheduled appointment to check in. 
  • Parking garage opens:
    Tuesday, June 1: 11:30 a.m.
    Tuesday, June 8: 6:30 a.m.
    Wednesdays: 11:30 a.m.
    Saturdays: 8:30 a.m.
At the OCC: 
  • Please wear a face mask. 
  • Volunteers will help with wayfinding and provide vaccine information and preliminary health questionnaires.
  • When you arrive, you’ll be asked to confirm your appointment and eligibility information.
  • To ease parking congestion, please do not arrive more than 30 minutes early for your appointment.
  • To learn more about the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine,  please review the EUA (emergency use authorization).
    To learn more about the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine, please review the EUA (emergency use authorization).
    If you have additional questions, you can consult with a clinician at the Oregon Convention Center.
  • For your safety, be prepared to wait an additional 15 to 30 minutes after your vaccine for observation. 
  • Interpretive services in most languages are available on site.
  • The OCC prohibits all animals on its campus. This includes therapy and anxiety pets. Only animals trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability are allowed and must be leashed at all times. 
  • All weapons, including concealed carry, are strictly prohibited at the All4Oregon COVID-19 Mass Vaccination Site at the Oregon Convention Center. Guests who refuse to comply will be asked to leave the convention center property and their vaccination appointment will be canceled. Active, on-duty police officers may carry firearms in accordance with their duties.
  • Public restrooms are available throughout the Oregon Convention Center.
  • Bring your health insurance card if you have one. If you have Medicare, bring your red, white, and blue card. 
  • The vaccine is free. But if you have health insurance, your insurer may be charged an administration fee.

What provisions have been made for people with mobility issues? 

  • Wheelchairs are available at all entrances and along the route to the vaccination area. 
  • Our patient transportation staff, in bright yellow vests, is available to take people from the parking garage through the entire vaccination process. 
  • We have staff stationed throughout the Oregon Convention Center checking with patients to ask if they need help.  
  • We tell patients to request patient transportation support at the garage when they return for their second-dose appointment. 

Can someone (caregiver, assistance-giver) go with the eligible senior?

  • Yes, we encourage caregivers to be part of the process and recommend one caregiver per eligible patient.

Will people who are dropping off a senior be allowed to wait curbside? 

  • Although drop-off at the entrance on Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard is available, we encourage you to park in the Oregon Convention Center garage because we have a process in place to transport patients with mobility issues to the vaccination site.     
  • Seniors can be dropped off at the elevator entrance inside the parking garage, and our team will escort them through the process, including second dose scheduling support. We ask that you provide all necessary materials for them to get through the vaccination process if you are not joining them. 
    • They will need:
      • Photo identification.
      • Proof of appointment email. The patient can show the email on their smartphone or bring a printout. If they do not have documentation, we will look it up for them.  
      • Their health insurance card if they have one. If they have Medicare, they should bring their red, white, and blue card. The vaccine is free. But if they have health insurance, their insurer may be charged an administration fee. 
      • Emergency contact number (ideally yours if you are waiting in the garage).
      • Vaccination card (if second-dose appointment).

I am concerned about navigating the Oregon Convention Center. Are there other vaccination site options available?


Driving: Free underground parking is available on Levels P1 and P2. Please check the Oregon Convention Center’s website for vehicle size limitations. Enter on Lloyd Blvd. or 1st Avenue.

Parking garage opens:
Tuesday, June 1: 11:30 a.m.
Tuesday, June 8: 6:30 a.m.
Wednesdays: 11:30 a.m.
Saturdays: 8:30 a.m.

Public Transportation: TriMet MAX and Portland Streetcar A Loop stop at the MLK Lobby (B Loop stops one block east). TriMet Bus Line 6 also stops at the MLK Lobby.

Transportation Assistance: Transportation assistance is available for:

Ride Connection

Serving older adults and people with disabilities in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington counties (Monday through Friday)


TriMet service for people who are unable to use regular buses and trains because of a disability or disabling health condition 

Health Share of OregonRide to Care503-416-3955 or 1-855-321-4899
Trillium Community Health PlanMTM1-877-583-1552
OHP Fee for ServiceTri-County MedLink1-866-336-2906

Walking: Street entrance into the building is on Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.

Biking: Bike racks available for free bike parking near MLK street entrance and inside parking garage.