Pediatric COVID-19 vaccinations are available for ages 6 months and older through our Pediatric COVID-19 Clinic on the 2nd Floor of the Asbury Building. Vaccinations are also available through primary care providers (6 months +) and QuickCare (ages 2+). Please call to check availability if you wish to schedule an appointment with our primary care providers or QuickCare (541-750-6251).
One of the nice things about becoming a pediatrics patient here is the available appointment options. We’re open Saturday from 10 to 2 and Monday through Friday from 8 to 6.
All pediatricians in our children’s clinic are board-certified, assuring expertise and experience you can rely on. They practice here together with specialists who can treat all manner of childhood ills if need be, providing pediatric care that’s comprehensive, coordinated, and convenient.
No wonder the Oregon Health Authority has recognized us for providing the highest level of patient-centered primary care in the state.
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 am to 6 pm, and Saturday, 10 am to 2 pm.
For patients needing quick answers to questions, you will find a triage nurse readily accessible. After hours, please call 541-754-1150.
Cara Wheeler, PsyD, is a licensed psychologist who works with patients of our pediatricians to treat thoughts, feelings, and behaviors that may be affecting overall health.
Lauren Poth, PhD, is a pediatric neuropsychologist who evaluates neurobehavioral strengths and weaknesses. Evaluations typically begin with an intake appointment during which Dr. Poth will ask parents questions about their child’s development and history. Next, the child will come in person to complete the testing appointment, which typically takes about 4-5 hours. Finally, Dr. Poth will meet with parents for the feedback appointment to discuss the evaluation results, diagnoses, and recommendations, which will then be available in a comprehensive report.
Psychiatric Collaborative Care
Caroline Fisher, MD, PhD, is a contracted psychiatrist for The Corvallis Clinic. Our pediatricians may consult with her to successfully choose a patient’s best treatments to overcome mental health challenges.