Online vaccine ordering for high-risk clients and school-based vaccines. Batch order are still available for some vaccines.

 

Please read the information on eligibility criteria first.

Health care practitioners are required to report AEFIs to Toronto Public Health. You can also report by calling our immunization nurses 416-338-2030.

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Vaccines can lose their effectiveness when exposed to light or temperatures outside +2°C and +8°C range. Please review the Vaccine Storage and Handling Guidelines to ensure vaccine potency and reduce wastage.

Your patients look to you for trusted advice

  • Be positive.
  • Listen to your client’s concerns.
  • Refute misinformation.
  • Encourage clients to seek credible sources for more information.
  • Integrate adult vaccination into your primary care.
  • Address waning immunity in diseases more common to adults.
  • Assess client risks based on their occupation, travel habits, underlying illness, lifestyle and/or age.
  • Vaccines for adults may not prevent the onset of disease, but will at least reduce disease severity.