Immunization clinics provide seasonal and routine vaccinations, protecting us from the effects of a number of serious and potentially fatal infections and diseases like polio, diphtheria, measles and rubella.
You can get routine immunizations for all ages at the Vancouver Coastal Health clinics and community health centres. The 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.
- Travel and additional vaccines are available through travel clinics and most pharmacies for purchase.
- Flu vaccinations are available on a seasonal basis.
- Your family doctor can also provide immunizations.
Contact one of the community health centres near you to get a complete list of age-based clinic times and locations or if you want to speak directly to a public health nurse.
If your child starts kindergarten this fall, bring them to an immunization clinic to catch up on other shots that might have been missed as part of a child’s infant vaccination series. Call the location to book an appointment.
Submit immunization records
Submit immunization records with the online child immunization report form.
Please submit the completed form according to the community by e-mail:
Child health clinics
Public Health Nurses provide immunizations, check growth and development, and provide health information for children up to age five at these locations.