Oregon state has eased the masking guidelines for indoor public places. Health care settings that provide direct patient care will still be requiring employees, patients, and visitors to wear a mask per the Oregon Health Authority OAR 333-019-1011 and CDC. Masks are required throughout an entire patient’s care cycle – when a patient first comes to the facility until the time of discharge.  This includes such areas as waiting areas, patient rooms, and treatment rooms.

To help protect our healthcare providers and the people they care for, please continue to wear a mask while visiting Bay Area Hospital and Bay Area Cancer Center. All patients and visitors will still need to be screened at entrances upon entering Bay Area Hospital and Bay Area Cancer Center. There are some common, non-patient care delivery areas in the hospital where masking is not required. This includes the first floor corridor, staff offices and breakrooms, cafeteria, and meeting rooms. Thank you for doing your part in helping improve the health of our community every day.


Oregon Health Authority is sponsoring a drive-up COVID-19 testing and vaccination clinic at the Pony Village Mall. No appointment or referral is needed. All types of COVID-19 vaccinations are available for all eligible ages. Please bring your vaccination card if you are getting a second dose or booster. Rapid PCR test results are usually available within 48 hours.

  • Pony Village Mall, 1611 Virginia Ave, North Bend, OR 97459 (near the south end of the parking lot near Mini Pet Mart and Pony Village Cinema)
  • NAAT Rapid testing done in 45 minutes. PCR testing in 48 hours. Hours are Monday – Friday 10 a.m. – 5:30p.m.
  • Vaccinations may be available Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. For the most current list of vaccination clinics visit the Oregon Health Authority blog.


After seeing a decrease in both COVID-19 positivity rates and those utilizing our drive-up testing service, we have transitioned our COVID testing to our community partners. For COVID-19 testing centers in Coos County, please visit:

Oregon Health Authority

Local Pharmacies


Looking at available resources, ensuring staff are educated on the virus and symptoms, and keeping up to speed on current guidance from both the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Bay Area Hospital has developed new policies and systems of patient flow to maximize the safety of staff, providers, patients, and visitors to the hospital. That being said, new policies have been rolled out to support our safety goals. The below are links to the most up-to-date developments you need to know about COVID-19. To obtain a vaccination, select the button below to find sites and times available.


Bay Area Hospital is currently not offering REGEN-COV (casirivimab and imdevimab) for the treatment or post-exposure prevention of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Regeneron, the Monoclonal Antibodies is not available; however, we are working with our community partners to develop plans for this to be offered in the community.


COVID-19 vaccines are now available to everyone age 5 and older. To find one near you: