COVID-19 Services

COVID-19 Services at OMC

Updated September 9, 2022 

The Front Street Clinic is now closed to all COVID-19 testing.

Olympic Medical Physicians currently offers Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations (adult vaccine for OMP patients only; pediatric vaccine for any child) and monoclonal antibodies (patients must have a provider referral and qualifying conditions).

To confirm OMC’s current COVID services, call (360) 565-0999.

Where to Get a Test

Updated September 9, 2022 

Below are resources to find at-home COVID tests, as well as local options for travel testing and testing for symptoms.

Patients with procedures occurring at Olympic Medical Center will receive instructions for pre-op testing from surgery schedulers.

Patients with procedures occurring at non-OMC facilities should consult with their provider on how to obtain their required pre-op testing.

In addition to the resources listed above, free rapid antigen tests are also available to Clallam County residents at the following locations locally.

Port Angeles Public Library

2210 South Peabody Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362

Please visit the curbside window, located to the left of the front entrance, for pickup. 

Forks Health Department

140 C Street SW
Forks, WA 98331

Please call ahead to arrange an outside pick up: (360) 374-3121.

Sequim Public Library

630 North Sequim Avenue
Sequim, WA 98382

Please visit the curbside table at the front entrance and ring the bell for assistance.

Forks Public Library

171 S Forks Ave
Forks, WA 98331

Please visit the curbside window (drive-up window on the backside of the building) for pickup.

Clallam Bay Public Library

16990 WA-112
Clallam Bay, WA 98326

Please visit the curbside window (last window on the ramp before the entrance) for pickup.

The Walk-In Clinics do not offer standalone COVID tests. If patients need to seek care at the Walk-In Clinic for COVID-related issues, they will see a provider and be evaluated; a provider visit will be billed.

To make an appointment for vaccination (OMP patients only), call (360) 565-0999.

Where to Get a Vaccine

Updated October 28, 2022

OMP Primary Care Clinics

907 Georgiana Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362

840 N. 5th Avenue
Sequim, WA 98382

  • By appointment
  • Patients of Olympic Medical Physicians, ages 12 and up
  • To make an appointment, call (360) 565-0999.

OMP Children’s Clinic

433 E. 8th Street
Port Angeles, WA 98362

  • By appointment
  • Children, ages 6 months – 11 years
  • To make an appointment, call (360) 565-0999.

Pfizer Bivalent booster shots are available for children ages 5-11 years. Children who are less than five years of age are not eligible for a Bivalent booster.

Primary COVID Vaccination Series – 5-11 years old

  • 1st dose
  • 2nd dose (3-8 weeks after 1st dose)
  • 3rd dose (Bivalent Booster) (at least 2 months after 2nd dose)

Primary COVID Vaccination Series – 6 months – 4 years old

  • 1st dose
  • 2nd dose (3-8 weeks after 1st dose)
  • 3rd dose (at least 8 weeks after 2nd dose)

If you would like a COVID-19 vaccination but are not a patient of Olympic Medical Physicians, visit the Washington State Department of Health’s vaccine locator to find an appointment near you.

About the Pediatric Vaccine

Children receive a 10 microgram dose of the Pfizer vaccine. This is 1/3 the dose given to individuals 12 and over, and is given in two doses, spaced three weeks apart. Children 5-11 are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after the second dose. Currently the Pfizer vaccine is the only authorized vaccine for children of this age group.

Printable Forms

Who is Eligible for a Vaccine

Updated October 20, 2022

The CDC recommends COVID-19 vaccines, for everyone ages 6 months and older, as well as boosters for everyone ages 5 years and older. Bivalent booster doses for individuals, ages 5 and older, are recommended beginning at two months after completing the primary vaccine series or last monovalent boosters.

  • Individuals 5 years of age and older with certain kinds of immunocompromise may receive a second bivalent booster dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccines at least two months after receiving their last monovalent booster dose.
  • Individuals 18 years of age and older who received a primary vaccine and booster dose of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine or a Pfizer or Moderna booster at least two months ago may now receive a bivalent booster dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine.

What to Expect When You Visit OMC

When visiting Olympic Medical Center during this time, we want you to feel informed about what to expect well before you walk through the doors.

Visitation Policy

Effective January 19, 2022, hospital patients and OMP Clinic patients will be allowed up to one (1) visitor; requirements and exceptions apply. Olympic Medical Center is committed to providing a safe environment for our patients, staff, visitors and our community members. Please view our Visitor Guidelines page for details.

Masking Requirements at All OMC Facilities

Updated March 14, 2022

The recent lifting of the indoor mask mandate in the State of Washington does not apply to healthcare settings.

Masks are still required of all individuals – patients, visitors and staff – in Olympic Medical Center and all OMC facilities. Masks continued to be required in all healthcare settings throughout the State of Washington.

  • Masks are required for all individuals, regardless of vaccination status, when present at any Olympic Medical Center facility.
  • Patients and visitors to any OMC facility must wear medical masks. Cloth masks are prohibited. If an individual does not have a medical mask, OMC will offer medical masks to those needing a non-cloth mask.

For the safety of our community, all staff, providers, patients and visitors are required to mask when visiting an Olympic Medical Center facility, with the exemptions as noted:

  • Persons with a medical condition, mental health condition, or disability that prevents wearing a face covering. This includes persons with a medical condition for whom wearing a face covering could obstruct breathing or persons otherwise unable to remove a face covering without assistance.
  • While communicating with a person who is deaf or hard of hearing.
  • Children under the age of five.

Visitors who will not wear a face covering outside of these exemptions will be asked to leave the facility.

Patients and visitors are strongly encouraged to bring their own face masks, but masks will be provided if there is a need. Visit for tips on how to put on and take off your face mask.

OMC Offers Monoclonal Antibodies

Updated January 7, 2022 

Olympic Medical Center currently offers monoclonal antibodies to patients who have a provider referral and meet each of the following criteria:

  • Tested positive for COVID-19 with mild to moderate symptoms;
  • Have had symptoms of COVID-19 for no more than 10 days;
  • Not hospitalized for COVID-19;
  • Not requiring oxygen due to COVID-19 infection;
  • Not hypersensitive to these ingredients: sotrovimab; L-histidine, L-histidine monohydrochloride, L-methionine, sucrose, polysorbate 80;
  • If an individual meets each of the above criteria, in order to be eligible, they must also meet one of the following criteria:
    • At least 65 years of age;
    • Pregnancy;
    • Medical condition that puts them at risk for severe disease.

Talk to your primary care provider about whether you should get monoclonal antibody treatment. Olympic Medical Center accepts referrals from providers throughout Clallam County.

How do monoclonal antibodies work?
Monoclonal antibodies are made in a laboratory and act like natural antibodies to fight infections by blocking the virus from entering your cells and making more virus.

Who should receive monoclonal antibody treatment?
Monoclonal antibody treatment is available at OMC for people who have tested positive for COVID-19, have symptoms that started within 7 days, and meet the criteria outlined above. These treatments are allowed by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration under an Emergency Use Authorization. Local availability can vary, dependent on continued supply to Olympic Medical Center.

Why should you receive monoclonal antibody treatment?
To jump start your immune system response and help your body fight COVID-19. Though clinical trials are still going, studies show less hospitalizations and emergency room visits, and a decrease in the amount of virus in an infected person’s blood.

Entrance to the Walk-In Clinic in Port Angeles

Closures and Cancellations

  • Seasons Café and Espresso at the hospital is closed to the public.
  • All on-site support groups and classes have been suspended until further notice.
  • The OMC Patient Financial Services office at 519 Peabody Street is open during regular business hours. Masking is required. Please know that the following options are available:
    • MyChart – To make a payment or ask a billing question.
    • OMC Website – To make a payment or ask billing questions. Financial Assistance documents are also available here.
    • By Phone – Call (360) 417-7111 to make payments or speak to a representative.
    • If you have an issue where direct contact with a financial counselor is required and you are free of fever or respiratory symptoms, please dial the phone number above to make an appointment.

Additional Resources

Below you can find updated information and resources from national, state, and local health officials, in addition to information about gathering safely during the fall and winter months.

Washington State Department of Health
Centers for Disease Control