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Pocket Health

If you would like a copy of your records from imaging departments or hospitals please look into joining Pocket Health. Please note: This will not include your records from your Family Physician’s office.

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Missing Vaccines – Letter’s From Public Health

Receive a letter from Public Health concerning children’s missing vaccines? Use the  Patient Upload button (top right corner) to send our nurse a message. Login in using the name, date of birth & health card # of the patient missing the vaccinations. Either attach the letter from Public Health or in the text box list the missing vaccination(s).  The nurse

Immunization

Flu Shot

It’s that time of year again for your annual flu shot! Roll up your sleeves Halton. Our flu clinics are now done for this flu season. Due to shortage of flu vaccine WE ARE ONLY VACCINATING THOSE 6 MONTHS TO UNDER 5 YRS OF AGE with an appointment WHILE SUPPLY IS AVAILABLE. We strongly encourage flu vaccination, please check at

Pediatric

Children & Fever

Having a little one who’s sick can be very stressful. It’s important to know how to care for them, when to call a doctor and how to administer medicine. Here are some tips for caring for a child with a cough and cold. https://www.ontariofamilyphysicians.ca/files/ocfp_actionsparentscantake.pdf The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (think Sick Kids but in Ottawa) has created a helpful

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Pregnancy

You just found out you are pregnant and have lots of questions – this is normal! It is important during this time to have reliable information which is why The Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada put together this website to help answer your questions (PregnancyInfo.ca). And of course at any time talk to your health care provider. What

Pediatric

Pediatric Care

Child, Parenting, & Immunization Links: Halton has a lot of excellent resources for your child. A Halton-wide network of organizations and agencies committed to promoting healthy development, security and safety of all children across the region. Click here for lots of great parent resources. Newborn Care It can be really overwhelming becoming a new parent overnight. During this time it can

Immunization

Immunization Update – MMR

Children are considered immunized against measles, mumps, & rubella (MMR) when they have received 2 doses of MMR or 1 dose of MMR and 1 dose of MMRV-includes varicella (chickenpox): First dose soon after first birthday; Second dose between ages 4-6. Residents of Halton that attended or currently attend a school in Halton, can contact public health for information concerning