When and Where to Get Immunized
The Grey Bruce Health Unit is holding vaccine clinics in area secondary schools in May 2022 for routine, publicly funded immunizations.
Hepatitis B, Meningococcal and HPV-9 (Human Papillomavirus) vaccines will be provided to Grade 9/10 students who have not received their Grade 7 vaccinations or received only one dose of the two-dose Hepatitis B or HPV-9 vaccines.
The tetanus/diphtheria/pertussis (Tdap) vaccine will also be available for students who are due for their age 14-16 tetanus booster.
The schedule is as follows:
Monday, May 2 – Bruce Peninsula District School
Tuesday, May 3 – Saugeen District Secondary School
Wednesday, May 4 – Georgian Bay Community School
Thursday, May 5 – Owen Sound District Secondary School
Friday, May 6 – Grey Highlands Secondary School
Wednesday, May 11 – Kincardine District Secondary School
Monday, May 16 – Peninsula Shores District School
Wednesday, May 18 – John Diefenbaker Secondary School
Thursday, May 19 – Walkerton District Community School
Wednesday, May 25 – St. Mary’s High School
Friday, May 27 – Sacred Heart High School
Monday, May 30 – St. Dominique Savio
2020 Public Health Community Immunization Clinics
These are “by appointment only” clinics
To book an appointment contact us
Telephone: 519-376-9420 or 1-800-263-3456 Press "2"
- Publicly funded vaccines are free of charge.
- Travel vaccines not available. Travel vaccine may be accessed through a health care provider or visit www.publichealth.gc.ca for local travel clinics
School Immunization Clinics
Elementary School Immunization Clinics occur in the fall, and spring for students in grade 7. Tetanus-Diphtheria-Pertussis boosters, and catch up of other publicly funded immunizations, are offered in secondary schools around the end of November each year. If you have suggestions, concerns or questions, please contact us by:
Call: 519-376-9420 Press “2” or 1-800-263-3456 Press “2”
Publicly Funded Immunization Schedules for Ontario
Routine immunizations are made available through local medical offices. If you require immunizations, contact your Family Doctor or Nurse Practitioner’s office to book an appointment.
Keeping our rates of immunization high helps to support community immunity. This ensures everyone is protected against vaccine preventable diseases.