School Immunization Clinics

Visit to get a copy of your immunization records.

Grade 7 Immunizations

Hepatitis B, HPV (Gardasil) and Meningococcal (Menactra) immunizations are provided to Grade 7 students annually through the school-based immunization program. Due to the spring 2020 COVID-19 related closure of Ontario schools, the second round of immunizations were not given to 2019/2020 Grade 7 students who attend school in Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph.

Public Health is making automated phone calls to all Grade 7 students on Monday, July 13 to notify them about how to get caught up on immunizations.

How to get your immunizations

Public Health is working with family doctors over the summer to get Grade 7 students who attend school in WDG caught up on their Hepatitis B, HPV (Gardasil) and Meningococcal (Menactra) immunizations.

Call your family doctor to book an appointment.

  • Bring an up-to-date copy of your child’s immunization record to your appointment. If you do not have a yellow card, you can print a copy of your record by visiting
  • After your appointment, please report all immunizations online at

Or book an appointment at Public Health.

Please only book with Public Health if you are unable to see your family doctor, or if you do not have a family doctor.

  • Book an appointment using our *NEW* online booking system.
    • As part of the booking process, you will be asked to enter your child’s previous immunizations.

  • Bring an up-to-date copy of your child’s immunization record to your appointment. If you do not have a yellow card, you can print a copy of your record by visiting

To cancel an appointment

  • You can re-schedule or cancel an appointment online up to 48 hours before your appointment. For last minute cancellations, please call 1-800-265-7293 or 519-822-2715 and speak to reception.


  • If you have questions about the online booking process, please call 1-800-265-7293 or 519-822-2715.

  • If you have questions about your child’s immunizations, please call the general immunization information line at 1-800-265-7293 or 519-822-2715 ext. 4746.

Clinic Arrival Instructions

Please read all of the instructions before coming for your appointment.

  • In an effort to minimize the number of clients in our Public Health offices, we ask that parents/caregivers wait in their car or outside during the appointment. If you would prefer to accompany your child, we ask that only one parent/caregiver attend the appointment. 
  • Please bring your own face covering for you and your child. A face covering will be provided if you or your child do not have one with you.
  • Please arrive 10 minutes early for your appointment.
  • When you have arrived in the parking lot, please notify us by calling reception at 1-800-265-7293 or 519-822-2715 extension 0. If your call is not answered, please try calling back in a few minutes. Please do not enter the building.
  • Public Health will complete a COVID-19 Screening Assessment with you over the phone and ask for a call-back number.
  • Stay in your car or the parking lot until Public Health staff call you back. The call-back will be from a private number.
  • A Public Health Nurse will ask you to verify consent, provide you with the opportunity to ask questions you might have and inform you that your child must remain in the building for 15 minutes post-immunization. Physical distancing will be ensured inside the building.
  • The Public Health Nurse will let you know when your child can enter the building and what nurse to ask for. Your child will be asked to have their upper arms visible and will also be reminded to bring their yellow card in with them.
  • Once your child is instructed to come inside, they will require a face covering and will be greeted by Public Health staff. Public Health staff will be wearing masks and face shields.
  • Your child will then be taken to the clinical area for their immunizations. Clinic rooms will be cleaned and disinfected after each immunization appointment.
  • After the appointment, visit to update your child’s record.


  • If you arrive more than 15 minutes late or miss your appointment, your child will not be seen, and a new appointment time will need to be booked.
  • A face covering must be worn at all times inside the Public Health building.
  • Leave all unnecessary items in your car.
  • Do not come to Public Health if you feel unwell. Please call 1-800-265-7293 or 519-822-2715 to re-schedule your appointment.