Vaccines and Immunization Clinics

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Avoid risk of suspension - Report your child's vaccines to Public Health

Provide a copy of your child's yellow immunization card or a record from their doctor by:

  • Fax: 905-546-4841
  • Mail: City of Hamilton, Public Health Services, Vaccine Program, P.O. Box 897, Hamilton, Ontario, L8N 3P6
  • Phone: 905-540-5250 - have your child's vaccine dates and health card number ready


Vaccines are a safe way to protect people against many infections or diseases such as tetanus, diphtheria, polio, measles, mumps and rubella. A vaccine is usually given by a needle. You need to get each vaccine at a specific time to provide the best protection against diseases. Sometimes you need more than one dose of a vaccine. It is important to keep track of which vaccines you or your child gets.

The City of Hamilton provides several vaccine clinics:

There are several travel clinics in Hamilton that you can visit to get vaccines before you travel.