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Clinics and Programs

All persons attending a Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit community, office or school-based vaccination clinic will be required to wear a mask. Masks will be made available at the entrance to all our clinics.  There is limited space within the vaccination clinic in order to maintain physical distancing.  If you need a support person to accompany you, we recommend you bring only one person.

Grade 7 Immunization Program

Due our program being delayed by COVID-19, for the 2022-2023 school year we will be offering students in Grade 7 and 8 three vaccines through the school immunization program:

  • Hepatitis B
  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV)
  • Meningococcal disease (required to go to school)

Learn about school immunization requirements on our school immunization program page.  To learn more about COVID-19 vaccinations for youth, please visit our COVID-19 Vaccine information page.

Publicly Funded Vaccines

Routine immunization or childhood vaccination catch-up available at health unit office clinics

We are once again providing publicly funded vaccines at our immunization clinics for children, youth and adults who are eligible/overdue and who do not have access to vaccines through a health care provider.  These are available by appointment only at each of our office locations. You will need a separate appointment for each person being immunized.

You can book online here, or call 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.

These appointments are NOT for the COVID-19 vaccine. For the COVID-19 vaccine book online here.

Please submit any previous immunization records here before attending your next appointment as we have limited time for each visit.  If your records are not received prior to your appointment, we may need to rebook you for an additional appointment at another time.

For more information on general immunization, Ontario’s immunization schedule, common questions and adult immunization visit Immunization Basics.


Page last updated: September 7, 2022

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