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Immunization programs prevent many different infectious and communicable diseases. Vaccines are a safe way to protect people against diseases that are still circulating in the world today. The Middlesex-London Health Unit advocates for all healthcare providers to follow the Ontario Immunization Schedule and provides vaccines at the Health Unit's Immunization Clinic and through school clinics in London and Middlesex County.

Have you received a letter from the Middlesex-London Health Unit because your child’s immunization record is incomplete or out-of-date?
For some families, this will mean sending their child’s immunization record to the Health Unit; for others, it will mean taking the child to a healthcare provider to receive any overdue vaccines. Learn more →

Regular immunizations remain important and essential
Contact your health care provider to book an appointment. If you have questions about immunizations, please call 519-663-5317 to speak with a Public Health Nurse.


Immunization Clinic

The Health Unit's Immunization Clinic provides immunizations to eligible residents of London and Middlesex County (by appointment only), according to the Ontario Immunization Schedule.

View and Submit Immunizations Online

Submit vaccine dates, and/or view and get a copy of your current record of immunizations through the Immunization Connect Ontario (ICON) Online System.

School-Aged Children - Vaccine Requirements and School Clinics

Student immunization programs protect children in schools and in the community. Find information about mandatory immunizations for school attendance, what to do if you received a letter from the Health Unit, the Grade 7 Immunization Program, and other school clinics.

Vaccine Information and Safety

Vaccines are the safest and most effective way to guard against certain diseases. Access fact sheets and information from the Public Health Agency of Canada.

Information for Healthcare Providers

Resources and information for London and Middlesex County health care providers who administer publicly funded vaccines.

Flu Shots

Flu shots will be available during flu season at healthcare provider offices and participating pharmacies. The vaccine is free and available to anyone 6 months of age and older.

Vaccination and Pregnancy

Learn about the benefits of vaccination for you and your baby before, during and after pregnancy from the Public Health Agency of Canada website.


Contact Us

Vaccine Preventable Disease Team, Middlesex-London Health Unit

355 Wellington St. (inside Citi Plaza) - entrance is located on the southeast corner of King St. and Clarence St.



Visitor Parking Lot:
Above ground and located off Clarence St., close to York St.