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When and where will flu clinics be in 2013?
Check our Community Flu Clinics page for a complete list of locations for 2013 Public Health Community Flu Clinics. The page also includes a list of approved pharmacies offering flu shots this year.
How can I prevent the spread of seasonal influenza?
Getting the flu shot is an important way to protect you and those around you from influenza. Read more . . .
Where can I get posters and clinic documents?
You download this year's poster and prenatal/child flyer. Hamilton Public Health Services' Seasonal Flu consent form and fact sheet are available online. Please email email@example.com for printed copies and for generic copies to customize for your clinic setting.
How can I arrange a workplace flu clinic?
Doing what you can to keep your employees healthy is good for them and for you. Holding a workplace flu shot clinic is a smart business decision and will save you money. Learn more about the business case.
Flu vaccine is free for people in Ontario. Your business can pay for an approved health care agency to give the shots. Even with the cost of the vaccination, flu immunization results in a savings of over $55 per person vaccinated (Nichol et al., 1995).
Where can I learn more about the flu?
Ministry of Health and Long-term Care
Public Health Agency of Canada
Recorded Webinar for Pharmacy Staff
Pharmacies can apply to store and administer flu vaccine through Ontario's Universal Influenza Immunization Program. Watch the Getting Ready to Provide Flu Vaccine on-demand webinar to learn more about the prequalification process as well as vaccine storage and handling information.
Last Updated: October 15, 2013