HAMILTON, ON – City of Hamilton Public Health Services is hosting a pop-up monkeypox vaccination clinic for at-risk community members on Thursday, June 30, 2022 at the East End Public Health Clinic (247 Centennial Pkwy N, Unit 8, Hamilton). The clinic is operating from 9 to 11 am and 1:30 to 3:30 pm by appointment only.
Hamilton, ON – Beginning on March 29, 2022, Hamilton Public Health Services is offering catch-up vaccine clinics for students currently in grades 7/8/9/10 who missed their Grade 7 vaccines due to COVID-19 school closures during the pandemic emergency. These catch-up clinics will provide students the opportunity to receive all three missed vaccines at one time. Students can receive their first or second required dose at these clinics. COVID-19 vaccines will continue to be available at this vaccine clinic for eligible populations on a walk-in basis.
HAMILTON, ON - Beginning the week of November 16, 2020, Hamilton Public Health Services is offering catch-up vaccine clinics for current Grade 8 students (born in 2007) who missed their Grade 7 vaccines due to COVID-19 school closures in the spring. These clinics will also offer vaccines to current Grade 7 students (born in 2008) who are currently due for their scheduled vaccines. Each school will be assigned a specific date and time for their clinic.
HAMILTON, ON - March 13, 2017 - Hamilton Public Health Services is seeing increased mumps activity in Hamilton and Ontario. Currently, fewer than 5 cases of mumps have been confirmed in Hamilton, but more could be expected with the outbreak in Toronto and other areas in Canada.
Hamilton, ON– October 25, 2016 - Flu season is here. Getting the flu shot is the best way to protect yourself and those around you from the flu. The flu shot is now available. Ontarians six months of age and older can get flu shot from their doctor or at a clinic. Anyone five years of age and older can also get their flu shot from a pharmacist.
A list of locations in Hamilton where you can get your flu shot can be found at: www.hamilton.ca/flu
Hamilton, ON – August 23, 2016 – As students prepare to head back to school parents are reminded take time to review their child’s vaccines with their doctor, and report their child’s vaccine records to Public Health Services. This coming school year, Public Health Services will review upwards of 54,000 vaccine records for students ages 7 to 14 and 16 years of age, with the goal of screening all Hamilton area students by 2017-2018.