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Updated April 18, 2024.  Please read the ENTIRE message before clicking on one of the booking links below.

Minor Ailments

We are participating in the Ontario Minor Ailments program and can assess and prescribe for certain conditions which include Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye), Urinary Tract Infections, Tick Bites, and more!  Please call us at 905-862-2800 (29 Toronto Street location next to the library) or at 905-852-1007 (Oak Tree location next to the hospital) for more information and to book an appointment.

COVID-19 Vaccines

The Ontario Spring COVID-19 vaccine campaign will run from April 2024 to June 2024. We will be administering the Covid-19 XBB (age 12+) vaccine per the following schedule:

Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays at our Oak Tree Location next to the hospital.

Booking Link: https://pharmasaveoaktree.medmeapp.ca/schedule

Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays at our 29 Toronto St. location next to the library.

Booking Link: https://pharmasaveuxbridge.medmeapp.ca/schedule

If you have trouble booking online, please visit us in store with your health card and we will be happy to assist you.

When booking an appointment at our Oak Tree location, please note that parking is free for 30 minutes. On the hospital-side (east entrance), we have 3 designated short-term spots in front of the pharmacy where you will not require a ticket to park. If these are occupied or if you require an accessible entrance, you may park on the west side of the building and enter through the main entrance of the Oak Tree Medical Centre. If the gates are down, please take a ticket and we will validate 30 minutes for you.

**Eligibility Criteria for the Spring Covid-19 vaccine program is as follows:

In alignment with NACI, individuals who are at increased risk of severe illness from COVID-19 may receive an additional dose of an XBB COVID-19 vaccine in Spring 2024. The Ministry of Health is recommending that the following individuals receive an additional dose this spring:

  1. Adults 65 years of age and older
  2. Adult residents of long-term care homes and other congregate living settings for seniors
  3. Individuals 6 months of age and older who are moderately to severely immunocompromised (due to an underlying condition or treatment)
  4. Individuals 55 years and older who identify as First Nations, Inuit, or Metis and their non-Indigenous household members who are 55 years and older.

Eligible individuals may receive an XBB COVID-19 vaccine in Spring 2024 if it has been 6 months from the previous COVID-19 vaccine dose or known SARS-CoV-2 infection (whichever is later). Some individuals’ personal circumstances may warrant receipt of a COVID-19 vaccine at a shorter interval than the recommended six months. This interval may be at a minimum of three months from the last dose or confirmed COVID-19 infection.

Individuals who are not in the listed high-risk groups above but who have been recommended by their healthcare provider to receive a dose at this time may do so. Individuals starting or completing a primary series may also receive the dose(s) required.

All other individuals who have been previously vaccinated are not currently recommended to receive a COVID-19 vaccine dose in Spring 2024 and should wait until further MOH recommendations. This includes individuals who are not at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 who did not receive an XBB COVID-19 vaccine in Fall 2023, unless they are specifically recommended to receive a dose by their health care provider.

Thank you and be well,

Sam, Sherry, and Evelyn