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Flu Shot (Influenza Vaccination)

It is strongly recommended that people 6 months of age and older get the flu shot. 

Regular dose and high dose flu vaccines are available at pharmacies. Please notify us if you receive the flu shot outside of our clinic so we can update your records.

We encourage you to get your flu vaccine at your local pharmacy if possible.

We will be offering flu vaccine clinics this year; however, it is best if you do not visit the clinic if the only reason is to get your flu shot. We have gone through our supply of high-dose flu shots. Toronto Public Health is also operating flu clinics or please check website  to find and book a flu shot nearby you.

If your child is under 5, please book an appointment at our clinic online, as pharmacies cannot administer vaccines to anyone 5 and under.

* Please do not book an appointment for a flu shot if you are feeling unwell. Patients coming to the clinic for a flu shot who have new symptoms will be asked to reschedule*

Bathurst Patients:

To book your flu shot: Call us and speak with reception to book your flu shot (416) 603-5888, x1

Update: We have no high dose vaccines (65+) in stock

Garrison Creek Patients

To book your flu shot: Call us and speak with reception to book your flu shot (416) 603-5888, x 2

Update: We have no high dose vaccines (65+) in stock

You can also receive your flu shot during your regular appointments - tell reception you want a flu shot when you check-in.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Who can get the flu shot?

Everyone can benefit from getting the flu shot. It is strongly recommended that people 6 months and older get the flu shot.

The following are individuals at greatest risk of flu illness complications:

We highly recommend health care providers and individuals working or living with persons with chronic health conditions get the flu shot.

2. Who should not get the flu shot?

3. What kind of flu shot will I get?

4. Will the flu shot make me sick? 

The answer is NO

5. I received the flu shot last year. Do I need to get another one?

The answer is YES

6. When should I get the flu shot?

Flu season is usually during the months of December to May. Flu shots are typically available starting in November to allow for vaccination before flu season begins.

7. What else can I do to protect myself from getting the flu or spreading it to others?

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