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Immunization

School-Age Immunizations

Routine Immunizations

Simcoe Health Unit Immunization Clinic

Held the first Tuesday of each month.
Staffed by a Health Unit nurse(s).
Appointment made by calling 519.426.6170 Ext. 3220 or toll free from Haldimand by calling 905.318.6623 Ext. 3220.
Located at 12 Gilbertson Drive, Simcoe.

Caledonia Health Unit Immunization Clinic

Held the first Wednesday of each month.
Staffed by a Health Unit nurse(s).
Appointment made by calling 905.318.6623 Ext. 3220.
Located at 282 Argyle Street South, Caledonia.

  • Hepatitis B Clinics at school for students in Grade 7.
  • Meningitis C Clinics in schools for students in grade 7.
  • Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) clinics in schools for grade 8 girls.
  • Teen booster (pertussis, diphtheria, tetanus) clinics in high schools.
  • Influenza (Flu) clinics in the community during the Flu Immunization Campaign.
  • Immunization Clinics at the Norfolk Community Help Centre for routinely recommended vaccines.
  • Responsible for administration of the Immunization of School Pupils Act which screens the immunization record for every student attending elementary and secondary schools.
  • Responsible for the supervision of vaccine distribution, storage and handling following the Ministry of Health guidelines.
  • Provide counselling and education about communicable diseases and immunization.

Travel Immunization

If you are planning to travel outside of Canada you should consult a physician or travel medicine clinic at least 4 to 6 weeks before you are scheduled to depart. This will allow enough time for required immunizations to be completed.
Immunization requirements will vary depending on your previous immunization history, your health situation and your travel itinerary.

For more travel health advice please click here.

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