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Book an immunization appointment

Learn how to book an appointment for you, your child, or other family member.
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Influenza (flu) and COVID-19

The influenza vaccine is not currently available. It will be available in the fall of 2024.

The influenza vaccine and COVID-19 vaccine are given separately. You may choose to get both immunizations at the same appointment or at 2 different appointments.

Go to influenza vaccine and COVID-19 vaccines to learn about eligibility and who should get these immunizations.

To book an immunization:

Appointments for children under age 5 years and their families are available at public health or community health centres.

COVID-19 and influenza immunization may be available at a public health walk-in clinic near you. Many pharmacies will also offer walk-in COVID-19 and influenza immunization.

Call Health Link at 811 if:

  • You do not have an Alberta healthcare card.
  • You live in a community where there are no healthcare providers who give vaccines.

Routine immunization for children

To book an appointment for a routine immunization (childhood vaccine) for your child, call 811 or your nearest AHS public health or community health centre. Try to call at least 4 weeks in advance of when your child’s vaccine is due.

Use the Find Community Health Centres search tool or call Health Link at 811 to find the centre nearest you.

Learn more about immunization for babies, children, and teens.

Adult immunization

To book an adult immunization appointment, call 811 or your nearest AHS public health or community health centre.

Use the Find Community Health Centres search tool or call Health Link at 811 to find the centre nearest you.

Learn more about immunization for adults.

Travel immunization

Effective April 1, 2023, Alberta Health Services travel health clinics are permanently closed in all zones.

To book an appointment for vaccines you need for travel, contact a private travel health clinic, your doctor, or your local pharmacist.

Visit Travel Advice and Advisories for travel information by destination and COVID-19 Travel for general information about COVID-19 and travel.

Learn more about immunization and travel.

Post-secondary healthcare students
If you need an immunization or a skin test for tuberculosis for your healthcare training program, check with your program to find out if you can get immunized through your school. Another option is to contact a private travel health clinic, your doctor, or your local pharmacist and pay for the immunization you need.

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