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Summer Clinics for Children and Youth

SUMMER IMMUNIZATION CLINICS FOR SCHOOL AGED CHILDREN AND YOUTH

The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) is holding immunization clinics to help school aged children and youth (age 4 to 18) to Catch Up, Keep Up and Stay on Trackwith routine immunizations that may have been missed during the pandemic.

Appointments for these immunization clinics are required and can be booked online or by calling Health Connection at 1-877-721-7520 (toll free) or 1-705-721-7520, Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. You will need to book a separate appointment for each child being immunized.

As per the Immunization of School Pupils Act and the Child Care and Early Years Act, parents and caregivers are required to report all immunizations to the health unit so we can ensure your child's record is up to date. Please note that in Ontario, health care providers do not automatically report immunizations to their local public health unit.

If you aren't sure whether your child is up to date on certain immunizations, you can view your child's immunization record that is on file at the health unit online. If your child received immunizations from another health care provider that you have not reported to us yet, they will not appear in this record. You can also contact your health care provider to request a record of up-to-date immunizations.

Click here to learn more about routine immunizations so that you and your family can Catch up, Keep up and Stay on Track! with recommended vaccinations.

  • ‚ÄčIf your child's immunization records need to be updated and shared with public health, please do this prior to booking your child's appointment so our public health nurse can ensure they are immunizing for the correct vaccines. Reporting and viewing immunizations can be done online or call Health Connection at 705-721-7520 x 8827 or toll-free at 1-877-721-7520 x 8827.
  • Bring your child's immunization records and health card (if available).
  • If you received a letter from SMDHU regarding your child's vaccination record, please bring this letter to the appointment.
  • Review information about the vaccines and the diseases they protect against.
  • Ensure your child eats a snack before their appointment, and wear a short sleeve shirt.
  • It is recommended that children come to the clinic with just one parent/legal guardian.
  • Click here for tips for a positive immunization experience.
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