Information about who is recommended or allowed to get a Pfizer COVID-19 booster
You trust us to care for you and your loved ones. Please trust us when we encourage you to get vaccinated against COVID-19. It’s safe, effective, and may save your life or the life of someone you love.
Now Available in Corvallis! Corvallis Family Medicine is excited to bring Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy (KAP) treatments to our community! Dr. Christopher Leesman trained and became certified to bring this highly effective, rapid, safe, and transformative therapy to help those suffering from treatment resistant depression, PTSD, bipolar depression, suicidality, OCD, addiction, psychological reactions to physical illness,…
We share in your excitement seeing the rollout of several highly effective and safe vaccines to our community, although it has not been without frustrations and challenges. We at CFM have been working tirelessly behind the scenes to address needs of our patients throughout this pandemic. Excitement flowed when we received approval from the Oregon…
CFM is resuming normal services after COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted. We continue to take precautions to minimize risk for our patients, and offer telehealth services. You are welcome to resume scheduling preventative services that may have been delayed due to the pandemic.
Thank you for celebrating 30 years of service with us!
Due to delays in manufacturing, there are current shortages of many different types of flu shots. More should become available soon, but find out about our current stock and that of local pharmacies here.
NOTE: our flu shot clinic on Saturday, October 26th is cancelled due to a lack of doses on hand.
Saturday, October 26th will be a busy day for CFM! We’re holding a flu shot clinic for established patients from 8-12pm. Everyone is welcome to attend the following open house from 12-3. Meet current and past staff to learn more about CFM and celebrate 30 years of service with us. We hope to see you there!
CFM celebrates 30 years of serving our community. Alice Rampton remembers its first days and how it has changed over the years.