Department of Family and Community Medicine and St. Michael’s Academic Family Health Team
Flu shots now available!
The St. Michael’s Academic Family Health Team is now offering flu shots. The flu vaccine reduces your chance of getting the flu and is available free of charge. Learn more
Construction on Sherbourne St.
There is currently sidewalk and road construction occurring on Sherbourne St. between Bloor St. and College St. Take extra caution when travelling along this route. The entrance for 410 Sherbourne is still accessible for passenger drop-offs including Wheel Trans; however, please allow for additional travel time. Please check for updates as conditions may change as the construction progresses.
Flu shots are now available!
The St. Michael’s Academic Family Health Team is now offering flu shots.
The flu vaccine reduces your chance of getting the flu and is available free of charge.
We recommend that everyone get a flu shot. However, certain people are at greater risk of developing complications from the flu and we strongly encourage those people to come in for the flu shot. People at higher risk of developing complications from the flu include children age six months to five years, adults age 65 and older, pregnant women, and those with a chronic disease.
Please feel free to walk-in during our weekend clinics only for a flu shot. Clinics are located at 410 Sherbourne Street on Saturdays and 73 Regent Park Boulevard on Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
You can access more information about the influenza virus and flu shot by clicking the links below:
Alternatively, you can get the flu shot from your local pharmacy OR a Toronto Public Health Flu Clinic
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Information about medication coverage for youth 24 years and under
With OHIP+, the government covers the cost of medications for anyone 24 years old and younger. All you need is an OHIP number and an eligible prescription.