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Hastings and Prince Edward Public Health
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Immunization Clinic

Vaccines are an important part of your health. They help protect against many harmful diseases. In Ontario, the routine immunization schedule tells us which vaccines we need in childhood into adulthood.

HPEPH offers immunization clinics by appointment only. Individuals may receive publicly funded vaccinations at no charge. 

Our services include:

  • Routine adult, school and childhood immunizations
  • Publicly funded immunizations for individuals of all ages
  • Publicly funded immunizations for work, school, and volunteer purposes
  • Daycare immunizations and review of immunization records
  • Shingles vaccine (age 65 to 70 years only)
  • Non-publicly funded immunizations vaccines*
  • Flu clinics

*A fee applies for certain non-publicly funded immunizations.

When visiting our clinic, please bring:

  • Your Ontario Health Card (recommended, but not required)
  • Your Immunization Record(s) (yellow card)
  • Any other documents relevant to your immunization history

To book an appointment:

Please call 613-966-5500 or 1-800-267-2803, ext. 221.

Reporting your Child’s Immunizations

As a parent or guardian it is your responsibility to keep HPEPH informed of any updates to your child’s immunizations. For more information on how to update your child’s immunization records, please visit our Immunization Reporting and Records page.

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Alerts:

1) Our offices are temporarily closed to the public to allow us to respond to COVID-19 demands. Phone lines remain open. Phone line hours over the long weekend (April 10 to April 13) are 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

2) Returning travellers must self-isolate for 14 days and contact Public Health if symptoms of COVID-19 develop.

If you have returned from travel anywhere outside of Canada, you must self-isolate for 14 days and immediately contact Public Health or your local health care provider if you develop symptoms of COVID-19. Earlier this month all travellers were asked to self-isolated when they returned to Canada. Effective March 25, the federal government made this isolation mandatory under the Quarantine Act to better protect our most vulnerable citizens. Each of us must make the responsible decision to follow the advice of health authorities. It’s in everyone’s best interest to do everything we can to stop the spread of COVID-19.