• Family Day Feb 19 2018--Our clinic is closed except for urgent care from 10:00-1:00        
  • As of July1 2016 there will be fees ($8.99+HST) for all prescriptions requested outside of an appointment. For more information please refer to the Patient Information Section.        
  • *New Patient Portal is now active. Please see Patient Information section for more details        
  • If you or somebody you know is experiencing serious mental health problems, call the CRISIS LINE 24 hours a day 613-722-6914        
  • New fees uninsured services, notes, forms etc. effective September 1st, 2015        


Please note that imjections cannot be given by our nursing staff without a doctor present in the clinic.
We cannot guarantee that doctors will be in the clinic as early as 8:00am every morning, especially on Wednesday morning when most of our doctors start at 9:00 am.
If no doctors are here, we will ask you to wait or to come back at a later time.

atch-Up Clinics for Grade 7 and 8: Hepatitis B, Meninggococcal and HPV - Ottawa Public Health

If you receive a letter stating that you need to get one of the immunization above, please contact Public Health at 613-580-56744 to book an appointment. If in clinic, fees wil apply.

Visit Pulblic Heath's website for  clinics schedule.

Below is a summary of general routine immunizations recommended and funded by our province for Children:



2 months

  • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) (five-in-one vaccine)
  • Pneumococcal conjugate-13
  • Rotavirus

4 months

  • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) (five-in-one vaccine)
  • Pneumococcal conjugate-13
  • Rotavirus

6 months

  • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) (five-in-one vaccine)

12 months

  • Measles, mumps, rubella (three-in-one vaccine)
  • Meningococcal conjugate-C
  • Pneumococcal conjugate-13

15 months

  • Varicella

18 months

  • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio, haemophilus influenzae type b (Hib) (five-in-one vaccine)

4-6 years

  • Diphtheria, Tetanus, pertussis, polio, (four-in-one vaccine)
  • Measles, mumps, rubella, varicella (four-in-one vaccine)

12 years (Grade 7)

  • Hepatitis B (2-dose series)
  • Meningococcal conjugate-ACYW

13 years (Grade 8)

  • Human Papillomavirus (HPV-4) (females only) (3-dose series)

14-16 years

  • Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (three-in-one-vaccine)

For complete and detailed table, please visit The Ottawa Public Health webpage: ottawa.ca/health.


Please note:

Children 4-6 years old

For children going to school: if the date of birth falls after the child is starting school, it will not be necessary to have he/she receive their vaccines earlier.  After their birthday, visit your family doctor and their immunizations will be updated accordingly.

Contact Ottawa Public Health with your child’s updated information.
613-580-6744 ext. 24108


Vaccines Cards

At the baby’s first immunization visit a yellow vaccination card will be provided. All immunization given will be recorded in that booklet.

If the card is damaged, lost or stolen a replacement card can be requested at the extra cost of $25.00.

Please Note:
- Bring Vaccines cards to all visits
- Parents can review the schedule. If anything is missing, please bring the card to your next doctor’s appointment or drop off the card to the clinic. Nurses will update and call you when ready. Allow 2 weeks for completion.


Recommended Vaccines for Adults (not limited to the following):

  • Tetanus: every 10 years - Covered by OHIP
  • Pneumovax 23: 65 years old and over -  Not covered by OHIP
  • HPV: Female up to 49 years old   Male up to 26 years old- Not covered by OHIP
  • Zostavax:  50 years old and over (shingles )-  Not covered by OHIP
  • Menveo: University age patients - Not covered by OHIP
  • Prevnar 13:  19 years old and over - Not covered by OHIP

There may be exceptions for coverage for High Risk patients

There may be other vaccines available if medically needed.


Travel Vaccines

Travel Consult: 60$ per patient

Please note all the doctors do not offer travel appointments, please call the clinic for more information.

Generally, you should be planning your vaccines 6 months in advance as some of the travel injections require a 3 dose series.

If your trip is scheduled for less than one month, please consult the public health website for a list of travel clinics near you.

List of travel vaccines available at the clinic:

  • Hepatitis  A-B (Twinrix) Child and Adult
  • Hepatitis A     Child and Adult
  • Hepatitis B     Child and Adult
  • Typhoid
  • Menveo

Prescriptions for Malaria and Traveler’s Diarrhea can be prescribed as your doctor’s discretion. These medications are supplied by pharmacies.

If you require anything else, please visit a travel clinic.

For Travel Medicine Clinics in the city of Ottawa, click here.


Flu Vaccine

We encourage our patient to get their flu shots every year. The public health agency of Canada produces a new vaccine each year that provides protection against the most common strains predicted for the coming season.

Flu vaccines are covered by OHIP and are free to Ontario patients.

Flu vaccines will be offered at Meadowlands Family Health Center starting late October. We run flu clinics every year. Please check our website every fall for exact dates.

A flu consent form will be provided to you prior to the administration of the vaccine by our medical staff. If you wish you may visit the City of Ottawa link to print off your own consent form, complete it and  bring it with you to your flu shot visit.


Tuberculin Skin Testing (TB)

It is a skin test that can determine whether you have been exposed to tuberculosis.

No appointment is required. You can come and see the nurse anytime Monday to Friday between 8:00AM-6:00PM. You will need to come back 48 to 72 hours after injection for the results.

Cost: $60.00.


Allergy Injections

If a patient believes he/she is developing an allergy, he/she will need to book an appointment with his/her family doctor. They will probably refer you to an allergist who will test you for certain allergies. If you have been diagnosed with a specific allergy, the allergist will order the allergy serum on your behalf. It will be sent here to the clinic where you will need to come for regular injections. At that time, there will be no need to see a doctor, you will be able to come and request to see a nurse.


For all live vaccines, we will ask all our patients to wait an extra 15 minutes in the waiting room to ensure no allergic reaction is occurring.