doctor and nurse looking at chartsOther vaccines are available for purchase, including TB skin tests.  To receive immunizations from public health nurses at Chatham-Kent Public Health, please provide an up to date record of previous immunizations.

If you are requesting vaccines for travel purposes, please be advised that the CK Public Health immunization clinic nurses cannot give you information or advice about what you may need. We will recommend that you speak to a travel physician for specific recommendations related to your travel itinerary.

Flu Shots

An annual influenza (flu) shot is the most effective way to protect individuals and their loved ones from the seasonal flu. The access, availability, and convenience to getting flu shots has never been greater. Flu shots for the 2017-2018 season will be available throughout the Municipality of Chatham-Kent in late October at the following locations:

  • Family doctor and nurse practitioner offices
  • Family health teams
  • Community health centres
  • Participating pharmacies
  • Walk-in clinics
  • Workplace clinics

To find out where to obtain your free flu shot, please visit: https://www.ontario.ca/page/get-flu-shot.

Bi-weekly CK Public Health Clinics

We offer clinics twice a month at Clinic Services, 177 King St. E., Suite 2, Chatham (side of the W.I.S.H. Centre). Call us to book an appointment at 519.355.1071 ext. 5900.

School Immunization Program

Grade 7 Hepatitis B, Meningitis, HPV

Hepatitis, meningitis and human papillomavirus shots are given to students (girls and boys) who have returned a completed consent form. Hepatitis B and human papillomavirus vaccinations are voluntary. Meningitis is required as of July 2014. All of these shots are free from public health.

Report your immunizations and retrieve your immunization record here, or call us at 519.355.1071 ext. 5900.