Health care providers including hospitals can order some provincially funded vaccines for their clients via Toronto Public Health (TPH). Please read the eligibility criteria for each program below before placing an order.
To order COVID-19 vaccines from TPH, health care providers, hospitals, and long-term care/retirement homes/other eligible congregate settings (including complex continuing care, transitional care units, and others) must:
If you fit this criteria, please complete the steps below to enroll in the COVID-19 Vaccine Immunization Program before you will be able to order vaccines.
Enroll in the COVID-19 Vaccine Immunization Program
All health care providers and facilities that wish to order COVID-19 vaccines need to first enroll into the COVID-19 Vaccine Immunization Program before proceeding to order online. There are separate enrollment forms for Health Care Providers, Hospitals, and Long-Term Care/Retirement Homes/other eligible Congregate Settings (including Complex Continuing Care, Transitional Care Units and others).
TPH will process the enrollment and contact you directly with further information, including online ordering instructions. Please note that hospitals will be required to sign an agreement prior to being approved to receive vaccines.
Once you are enrolled, you will be able to order COVID-19 vaccine from TPH.
TPH provides COVID-19 vaccine updates to enrolled providers by email. Newly enrolled providers can view the program Welcome Package to get up to date on current COVID-19 vaccine information, or view an archive of email notifications COVID-19 vaccine providers have received, below.
Toronto Public Health provides free hepatitis B, meningococcal, and human papillomavirus vaccinations to students in grades 7 to 12. For eligible students who have not received a full vaccine series of these vaccines, Toronto Public Health will release the vaccines to physicians based on the following criteria:
Human Papillomavirus-9 Vaccine
*If you are born in the year(s) listed and missed HPV or Hepatitis B vaccine doses due to the pandemic, you have extra time to get vaccinated for free until August 31, 2024.
Please include the student’s first and last name, plus their date of birth. Males born outside of the listed birth years are not eligible for the free HPV-9 vaccine. The HPV vaccine can be purchased privately. Youth, ages 15 years and older need three doses with minimum spacing of zero, two and six months.
Health care providers that fit the eligibility criteria may order vaccines for the school-based immunization program through the Online Vaccine Order Form
Individuals, nine months of age and older with:
Menactra®/Menveo® is licensed up to age 55; its use for ages 56 and older is off label but recommended since the Meningococcal Polysaccharide ACYW-135 (Menomune®) is no longer available.
Individuals, two months to 17 years with:
Health care providers that fit the eligibility criteria may order vaccines for high-risk clients through the Online Vaccine Order Form.
For Toronto health care providers, use the Ministry form: Requisition for Biological Supplies to order routine vaccines, immunization cards and other supplies. Then fax directly to OGPMSS.
For questions about your vaccine order, contact:
For more information, see Publicly Funded Immunization Schedule for Ontario.