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Niagara healthcare worker: Vaccination plan

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COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

Visitor Information at Niagara Health

Assessment Centres - Getting tested for COVID-19

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

Please note: all healthcare workers eligible for the shortened second-dose interval can now book their earlier appointment through the provincial booking tool or by calling 1-833-943-3900. You can book your second dose appointment at any clinic.

If your first appointment was booked through Niagara Health and you opt to book your second-dose appointment elsewhere, please cancel your existing appointment at Seymour-Hannah by emailing VaccineCancellation@niagarahealth.on.ca. Include your name, date of birth and date of your second-dose appointment.

What healthcare workers are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination?

Healthcare workers and staff in professions listed below are eligible to be vaccinated. We recognize that staffing models across the region’s healthcare organizations may vary and may involve administrative or management staff providing regular frontline / direct service to patients or clients, and others may not.

If you are included in the list of eligible healthcare workers below, you can book your appointment either online at Ontario.ca/bookvaccine or by calling the Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900. If you are under the age of 18, do not have an Ontario health card, or experience any technical difficulties booking your appointment, please contact vaccineeligibility@niagararegion.ca. Include your full name, title, employer and if you're actively working or not.

View high-level summary for 2021. This plan is tentative based on vaccine supply. 

View high-level summary for 2021. This plan is tentative based on vaccine supply.

Healthcare workers in the following settings who live/work in Niagara are eligible to book COVID-19 vaccination appointments:

Adult day programs for seniors

Assisted living and supportive housing

Campus health / student health centre

Community-based specialists [e.g. gynecology/obstetrics, otolaryngology (ENT), respirology, etc.]

Community diagnostic imaging

Congregate residential facilities (e.g. shelters, youth justice, residential treatment, etc.)

Coroner

Correctional facilities

COVID-19 Isolation Site

COVID-19 Testing Locations: Assessment Centre, mobile testing team, community testing location

COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

Daycare/School health care worker

Dentistry and dental office

Developmental services (including essential caregivers for congregate settings)

Dietary/Nutrition

Fire departments (those involved in medical response)

Paramedic services

Home and community care

Hospice and palliative care

Independent health facilities (e.g. optometry, optician, podiatry, audiology, medical and surgical specialists)

Indigenous health services

Laboratory services

Long-term care home and retirement home (including essential caregivers)

Mental health and addictions services (including consumption and treatment services, needle exchange programs)

Midwifery

Naturopathy/Holistic Care

Non-acute rehabilitation and therapy clinics (including chiropractic, chronic pain, kinesiology, occupational therapy, physiotherapy, psychiatry, psychology, psychotherapy, registered massage therapy, acupuncture, other therapy)

Nursing agencies

Pharmacy

Police (those involved in medical response)

Primary care clinics — such as physician’s offices, walk-in clinics, Community Health Centres

Public Health

Social Work

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