While we continue to work to develop a plan and determine the logistics to safely provide in-school vaccinations again, our primary focus at this time is the safety of all students and staff from COVID-19 during their transition back to class this fall.
At this time, we are offering in-house immunization appointment times ONLY to identified priority populations including:
- All students born in 2006 or 2007 (currently in Grade 8 or Grade 9).
- Female students born in 2002 who remain eligible for HPV vaccine.
- Children without a healthcare provider, who are currently overdue for routine immunizations as per the Immunization of School Pupils Act or Child Care and Early Years Act (Ages 0-17).
Our immunizations are free and according to the current Publicly Funded Immunization Schedules for Ontario. We request that you bring a copy of your immunization history (yellow card) so we can ensure you’re fully protected from vaccine-preventable diseases.
Currently, we are not providing appointments for TB skin tests. Please visit your primary healthcare provider, school health office or local walk-in clinic for this service.
Note: If you are planning for upcoming travel abroad, please be advised that our clinic nurses cannot give you information or advice about what vaccines or protection you may need. We recommend that you speak to a travel physician specialist for specific recommendations related to your travel destination and itinerary. See the 'Travel Immunization Clinic’ details below or visit the Government of Canada website for travel health and safety information.
Please call for an appointment
177 King Street East, Suite 2, Chatham
Phone: 519.355.1071 ext. 5900
Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm
Immunization Clinic Hours: Every Wednesday 9:00am to 4:30pm
Pediatric clinics will be held one Tuesday a month. Please call for appointment dates and times, as space is limited.
Priority is given to those CK residents without a current healthcare provider.