Where to Get Vaccinated

Public Health is offering September vaccination clinics. For COVID-19 vaccine, see COVID-19 clinic schedule.

You can get most publicly funded (free) vaccines from your health care provider. If you don't have one, see a list of doctors accepting new patients. Learn more about publicly funded immunization schedules by age:

Public Health vaccination clinics

Before you book, make sure all previous vaccinations have been reported.

To book an appointment at one of our clinics, call Niagara Region Public Health at 905-688-8248 ext. 7425, Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. If you speak a language other than English, call us and let us know the language you speak or the country you are from. We will add an interpreter to the phone call to translate.

Clinic dates and hours vary by location.

Clinic location Address
Fort Erie - Public Health office 1264 Garrison Rd., Unit 12, Fort Erie
Niagara Falls - Canada One Outlet Mall 7500 Lundy's Ln., Niagara Falls
Beside Couture Parfums
Niagara Falls - Public Health office 7835 McLeod Rd., Niagara Falls
St. Catharines / Thorold - Public Health office 1815 Sir Isaac Brock Way, Campbell East, Thorold
Welland - Public Health office 200 Division St., Welland

Appointment information

  • Before booking your appointment

    Follow these steps even if vaccines were received outside of Canada.

    1. Check if your child's immunizations are up-to-date. If unsure, talk to your health care provider (for example, doctor, nurse practitioner) or Public Health.

    2. Report all vaccinations received from your health care provider or out of province to Public Health. You can report your child's immunization record:

    Communication through email is not secure or protected. There is a possibility that information you include in the email can be intercepted in transmission or misdirected. Niagara Region Public Health cannot guarantee security with emails and will not send emails that include your personal health information.

  • Vaccines offered

    Free vaccines for the following diseases are available for eligible individuals at our clinics:

  • How to book

    Call Niagara Region Public Health at 905-688-8248 ext. 7425, Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

    • Appointments will be booked on a first come basis
    • Appointments are booked in advance of selected clinic date
    • If you're calling after hours, this extension doesn't take messages. We encourage you to call back during business hours.
  • If you can't attend your appointment

    If you are no longer able to attend your booked appointment, call 905-688-8248 ext. 7425 in advance to cancel or reschedule for another time. The earlier you let us know, we can offer the appointment to someone else who is looking to book.

  • Attending the appointment

    Before your appointment

    • Bring the immunization record, if available. It will be used to assess which vaccines may be required and to record ones given at the clinic.
    • Stay home if you're sick. Postpone your appointment until:
      • You have no fever, without the use of fever reducing medication and
      • Your symptoms have been improving for at least 24 hours or 48 hours if you have nausea, vomiting and / or diarrhea
    • Wear a loose fitting short sleeve t-shirt
    • Plan to eat something before the appointment
    • Bring a cellphone, book or music to help with the vaccination experience. Learn about how to increase comfort using the CARD system (Comfort, Ask, Relax, Distract)
    • Plan to arrive five minutes before the appointment. Please don't arrive any earlier.

    At your appointment

    • Parking is free for visitors
    • Review the screening poster at the clinic entrance and tell staff if you're feeling unwell

    After your appointment

    • After receiving vaccine(s), there will be a 15-minute waiting period

Other options for vaccination

Use the Province of Ontario’s smart search tool to find health services for you and your family.

Some vaccines are only available by paying a fee, such as those needed for post-secondary education, work or travel. You can get these vaccines from:

  • Health care providers
  • Walk-in clinics
  • Participating pharmacies (with a prescription as required)
  • Travel clinics

If you are planning a trip, consider your risk:

  • Vaccine coverage for many diseases has dropped worldwide
  • COVID-19 continues to circulate in Canada and internationally
  • There is a global measles notice for all countries
  • There is a polio notice and Mpox notice for several countries, including the United States

Visit a health care professional or a travel health clinic two to three months before you travel to:

  • Review your vaccination history
  • Assess your health care needs

If you are looking for a specific vaccine(s), call ahead to see if it's available. If you plan to visit a pharmacy to get vaccinated, find out if you need a prescription.

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