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Flu Shots

Influenza (flu) is a common respiratory illness affecting Canadians each year. The most effective way to protect yourself from the flu is to be vaccinated each year in the fall.

The benefits of getting the flu shot outweigh the risks.  You cannot get the flu from the flu vaccine as it does not contain any live virus. Most people have no reaction to the influenza vaccine, and almost all of those who do have only minor side effects, such as a sore arm or mild fever. These side effects are a normal reaction to receiving influenza vaccine, not influenza.


2020 FLU SHOTS

FOR PATIENTS OF THE KINGSTON FAMILY HEALTH TEAM

Patients should attend the flu shot clinic at their family physician's office.

Centennial Family Physicians

200-2437 Princess St.

FLU SHOTS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. 

NO WALK-INS.

For patients under the age of 5 and over the age of 65, please contact the office to schedule your flu shot.

613-546-6652

For patients between the age of 5 to 64, please contact your local pharmacy for your flu shot.

Drs. Quinlan, Russell, & Wilson

105-797 Princess St.

To be announced.

Cornerstone Medical Clinic

202-275 Bagot St.

FLU SHOTS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

NOV 2 ALL DAY

NOV 9 ALL DAY

NOV 23 ALL DAY

DEC 7 ALL DAY

For patients under the age of 5 and over the age of 65, please contact the office to schedule your flu shot.

613-549-7477

For patients between the age of 5 to 64, please contact your local pharmacy for your flu shot.

 

Norwest Family Physicians

11-500 Gardiners Rd.

FLU SHOTS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

OCT 20 PM

OCT 29 AM

NOV 4 PM

NOV 12 PM

NOV 17 PM

NOV 20 AM (IN OFFICE)

NOV 20 PM (AT INVISTA CENTRE)

PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE TO BOOK YOUR APPOINMENT.

613-389-5974


Who can attend?

Patients of the Kingston Family Health Team may attend these flu shot clinics.

Can I get my flu shot at any of these locations?

Patients should attend the flu shot clinic at their family physician's office.

What should I wear?

Please wear loose clothing which allows for quick access to the upper arm area.

What should I bring?

Please bring your valid Ontario Health Card.

You should not attend if:

  • You have had a severe reaction to the flu shot in the past
  • You have a known allergy to eggs or thimersol
  • You are ill on the day of the clinic