Canada Day Long Weekend

Our clinic will be closed on July 1st Monday.

Posted on May 21, 2024

After Hour Clinic

Please call 905-948-9595 Monday - Thursday 5-8pm. Weekend 9am-3pm.

Posted on Apr 13, 2024

Flu Shot

Seasonal flu shot is available now. Please call to book an appointment.

Posted on Oct 17, 2023

Covid-19

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Posted on Sep 1, 2022

How to get copies of lab reports ?

Please check info under Office Policies

Posted on May 31, 2020

Choose Wisely

Choosing Wisely Canada is a campaign to help physicians and patients engage in conversations about unnecessary tests, treatments and procedures. www.choosingwiselycanada.org

Posted on Sep 27, 2015

Immunization is not just for Kids

Prevention of infection by immunization is a lifelong process. There are a number of vaccines that all adults (≥ 18 years) require. There are also other vaccines that need to be tailored to meet individual variations in risks resulting from occupation, foreign travel, underlying illness, lifestyle and age.

The Ontario government is taking some of the sting out of protecting your kids from whooping cough – as of August 2011, it will pay for one dose of DTP (diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis aka whooping cough) vaccine for adults between age of 19-64.

What vaccines do you need?                               

Vaccine Who should receive it?
Tetanus everyone, every 10 years
Diphtheria everyone, every 10 years
Pertussis
(whooping cough)
everyone, once in adulthood
Pneumococcal everyone 65 and over, and people with specific medical conditions
Hepatitis B people with medical, occupational or lifestyle risks and anyone who wants protection from Hepatitis B
Hepatitis A people with medical, occupational or lifestyle risks and anyone who wants protection from Hepatitis A
Meningococcal people with specific medical conditions and people living in communal residences, including students and military personnel
Measles people who have not had the vaccine or the disease
Mumps people who have not had the vaccine or the disease
Rubella
(German measles)
people who have not had the vaccine or the disease
Varicella
(chickenpox)
people who have not had the vaccine or the disease
Herpes zoster anyone 50+
Travel vaccines varies by destination – consult a travel health clinic, your doctor, nurse, local public health office or www.travelhealth.gc.ca

 

Menactra—a vaccine protect against 4-strains of meningococcal meningitis for teens, students in residence and young adults. Learn more at www.menactra.ca

HPV vaccine—a vaccine to protect you from cervical cancer and other HPV related disease. learn more at:



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