Call 905-688-8248 or 1-888-505-6074 ext. 7425 to book an appointment.
|Mondays||9 - 11:30 a.m.||Niagara Region Headquarters, Campbell East|
|Tuesdays||4 - 7 p.m.||Niagara Region Headquarters, Campbell East|
|Thursdays||1 - 3:30 p.m.||First Thursday of each month - Welland office
Second Thursday of each month - Niagara Falls office
Third Thursday of each month - Welland office
Fourth Thursday of each month - Fort Erie office
Fifth Thursday of each month - Niagara Falls
We offer publicly funded and non-publicly funded vaccines at our general immunization clinics.
|Bexsero for Meningococcal disease due to strain B||$130|
|Gardasil for 9 types of human papillomavirus related cancers and genital warts||$190|
|Hepatitis A Jr.||$45|
|Hepatitis B||Currently unavailable due to a vaccine shortage|
|Hepatitis B Jr.||Currently unavailable due to a vaccine shortage|
|Menactra for Meningococcal disease due to strains A,C,Y,W-135||$140|
|Prevnar13 for 13 types of streptococcus pneumonia||$120|
|Rabies||Currently unavailable due to a vaccine shortage|
|Twinrix for Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B||$75 (limited availability)|
|Twinrix Jr. for Hepatitis A and Hepatitis B||Currently unavailable due to a vaccine shortage|
|Varicella for Chickenpox||$100|
|Yellow Fever||$155 (limited availability)|
|Zostavax for Shingles||$205 (call ahead to check for availability)|
There is currently a shortage of the yellow fever vaccine in Canada. It's important for travellers to contact a designated Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre well in advance of their trip to ensure the vaccine is available.
Find alternate yellow fever clinics
An "International Certificate of Vaccination" for yellow fever must be carried with you to enter certain South American, Central American and African countries.
Our clinic is authorized to give you this vaccine and certificate. We offer the yellow fever vaccine once per month based on availability.
Public Health provides skin tests only for individuals identified as a contact of a laboratory confirmed case of Tuberculosis.
Consult with your health care provider or go to a local walk-in clinic if you require a test for school or employment.