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<div class="ExternalClass6660615E5D8D4BB0B1683867DA6BBF0D"><p>​Immunizations are the best way to protect against vaccine-preventable diseases. <br><br>Public health nurses provide a variety of immunization services for all ages at community health centres, schools, and in the community. Public health nurses provide publicly funded vaccines, answer your questions and check vaccine records to see if you or your family members are up to date. <br><br>For those who will be travelling outside of Canada we recommend you contact the <a title="VCH Travel Clinic" href="http://travelclinic.vch.ca/" target="_blank">Vancouver Coastal Health Travel Clinic</a>. <br></p><h2>Kindergarten Immunization Clinic<br></h2><div>If your child starts kindergarten this fall, bring them in for their free</div><div>immunizations in June, July or August. Call us to book an appointment. <br></div><br></div>5571 Inlet Avenue(604) 885-9725<div class="ExternalClass70953EE0DC82459BAABA62C52FB01E99"><p>Call for immunization clinic times at this location and to book an appointment. No drop-in immunizations provided.<br></p><p>Sechelt Health Unit is open Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.</p><p><br></p></div>(604) 885-5164V0N 3A0BC49.4744146,-123.7567659<div class="ExternalClass61916F259D514F93AA354771861DEEB4"><p>​This service is only available to people living within the Vancouver Coastal Health geographic region (including the Vancouver, Richmond, North Shore, Sunshine Coast, Central Coast and Sea to Sky geographic areas). If you live outside of these geographic regions, you must contact your local health authority for information about immunization services in your area.</p><br></div>Sechelt Health Unit

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