This page was reviewed or revised on Wednesday, January 29, 2014 3:31 PM
Residents still looking to receive a a flu shot can do so in the following ways: you may contact your health care provider, or your local pharmacy or book an appointment with Lambton Public Health.
For information about the flu, scroll down.
Website Influenza Self-Assessment Tool - Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Speak to a registered nurse: Telehealth Ontario: 1-866-797-000 (TTY: 1-866-797-0007)
If your child is suffering from the flu, you should seek medical care immediately if his or her symptoms improve and then suddenly become worse. In addition, seek care if you notice any of the following signs:
Fact Sheet - Influenza Vaccine
Fact Sheet - Pneumococcal Disease and Vaccine
Fact Sheet - Flu Shots for School Aged Children
Website - About the flu shot - Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care www.health.gov.on.ca
Public Health Agency of Canada www.phac-aspc.gc.ca
Canadian Coalition for Immunization Awareness & Promotion www.immunize.cpha.ca
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention www.cdc.gov/flu
Local community flu clinics (Lambton)
Information about seasonal flu
To speak with a registered nurse
NOTE: To help us serve you better, please bring your Driver's Licence and/or Health Card to the clinic.
All clinics hosted by the Community Health Service Department are conducted in a Fragrance-Free environment. Please refrain from using perfumes, colognes and scented cosmetics if you plan to attend a clinic.
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