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Regular immunization is an ongoing part of patient care at the Maple Family Health Team. Immunization against disease helps in the prevention of disease and most immunizations can be performed in your physician’s office. You or your family can also get immunized at your local Public Health Unit. Information regarding immunizations is available through the KFL&A Public Health. 

Childhood Immunization

Childhood immunizations can be administered at your family physician’s office. The publicly funded immunization schedule for children is updated regularly and a direct link to this schedule is available through KFL&A Public Health  website.   A child’s Immunization Record is maintained by Public Health and information about how to report your child’s immunization information is available on their website.
 
Adult and Travel Immunization
 
Additional immunization is available to adults and to prepare for travel to a foreign country. Contact your family physician or  KFL&A Public Health if you need or have questions about these immunizations.
 
Influenza Immunization
 
Seasonal influenza vaccination begins in the fall, typically October or November, as vaccine is made available through Public Health. Patients can receive their influenza vaccine either at their family physician’s office, through Maple’s centralized “Flu Clinics” (see “Flu Clinics” for current details) or through clinics organized by KFL&A Public Health