Scarborough COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Scarborough Health Network (SHN) and our Scarborough OHT and local partners have come together to rollout the COVID-19 vaccine across our community. We are doing this through vaccine clinic sites and mobile vaccine teams. We are pleased to be keeping our community safe and healthy.

Our Vaccine Clinic Sites

3rd Doses Eligibility and Information

Our Scarborough COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics are administering 3rd doses to individuals who are moderately or severely immunocompromised. WALK IN at our six vaccine clinic sites or BOOK your appointment.

Individuals receiving active treatment (such as chemotherapy, targeted therapies, immunotherapy) for solid tumour or hematologic malignancies


Solid-organ transplant recipients who are taking immunosuppressive therapy


(CAR)-T-cell therapy or hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients (within 2 years of transplantation or taking immunosuppression therapy)


Individuals with moderate to severe primary immunodeficiency (such as DiGeorge syndrome, Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome)


Individuals with stage 3 or advanced untreated HIV infection and those with AIDS


Individuals receiving active treatment with specific immunosuppressive therapies, including anti-B cell therapies (monoclonal antibodies targeting CD19, CD20 and CD22), high-dose systemic corticosteroids, alkylating agents, antimetabolites, or tumor-necrosis factor (TNF) inhibitors and other biologic agents that are significantly immunosuppressive


Individuals who have proof that they have received a full or partial immunization series (one or two doses, depending on the vaccine) with a non-Health Canada authorized COVID-19 vaccine are eligible to receive one additional dose of an mRNA vaccine a minimum of 28 days after receiving their most recent dose of non-Health Canada authorized vaccine

  • Must have received 2nd dose at least 2 months ago
  • Vaccine brand (Pfizer or Moderna) provided for 3rd doses will be based on the brand you received for your 2nd dose
  • Timing of 3rd dose should be decided with your treating provider in order to optimize the immune response from the vaccine and minimize delays in management of your underlying conditions.
  • Must bring a proof of treatment note from your care provider, or a list of medications when you arrive at the vaccine clinic
  • Please bring your 2nd dose vaccination receipt, if you are able (download a copy from the Ministry’s COVID-19 Vaccination website)
  • If your first vaccination dose or doses was with a non-Health Canada approved vaccine, please bring proof of your vaccination status

Vaccinating AGES 12+ years (Pfizer) and 18+ years (Moderna)

Walk in, or book an appointment online or call 416-495-2593


SEE ABOVE FOR 3RD DOSE ELIGIBILITY


Centennial College Clinic

Progress Campus, Athletic and Wellness Centre
941 Progress Avenue
Free parking in Parking Lot 6: Please take a parking ticket at the gate upon entering the lot and bring it with you into the clinic, where staff will validate the ticket for you to use when leaving
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Mon – Fri, 10 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sat and Sun, 9 a.m. – 7 p.m
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SHN Birchmount Hospital Clinic

3030 Birchmount Road
Located on outside of the hospital building, near the Emergency department and main entrance.
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8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Seven days a week

WALK-IN FOR PFIZER 1ST DOSE APPOINTMENTS


SHN Centenary Hospital Clinic

Margaret Birch Wing
2867 Ellesmere Road
Drive to South Parking lot at back of hospital and walk to Margaret Birch Wing entrance
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The Hub – SCHC Clinic

2660 Eglinton Avenue East
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Learn more about The Mid-Scarborough Hub and Scarborough Centre for Healthy Communities


Thurs, 2:30 – 6:50 p.m.
Sat, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Pop-ups

Hosted by North Scarborough Vaccine Engagement Team

Agincourt Mall
3850 Sheppard Ave. E.
By the main entrance (near Rogers and Subway)

Every Friday in October
1 to 8 p.m.


Pfizer for ages 12+ (born in 2009 or earlier)
For 2nd doses: Must have received 1st dose of Pfizer at least 21 days ago OR AstraZeneca at least 8 weeks ago

Hosted by North Scarborough Vaccine Engagement Team

Bridlewood Mall
2900 Warden Ave.
On Lower Level beside the Bright Eyes Spa

Fridays and Saturdays in October
12 to 6 p.m.


Pfizer for ages 12+ (born in 2009 or earlier)
For 2nd doses: Must have received 1st dose of Pfizer at least 21 days ago OR AstraZeneca at least 8 weeks ago

Cedarbrae Mall
3495 Lawrence Ave E.
Located across from Home Accents

Fridays and Saturdays in October
12 to 6 p.m.


Pfizer for ages 12+ (born in 2009 or earlier)
For 2nd doses: Must have received 1st dose of Pfizer at least 21 days ago OR AstraZeneca at least 8 weeks ago

Parkway Mall
85 Ellesmere Rd.
Located in the centre of the mall

Fridays and Saturdays in October
12 to 6 p.m.


Pfizer for ages 12+ (born in 2009 or earlier)
For 2nd doses: Must have received 1st dose of Pfizer at least 21 days ago OR AstraZeneca at least 8 weeks ago

Get vaccinated at the Scarborough Centre Family Fitness Day, hosted by Deputy Mayor Michael Thompson, and participate in some yoga, salsa, dance fit, calisthenics, soca, kick boxing classes. Please bring your own mat, towel, drinking water, comfortable shoes, and comfortable clothing.

Thomson Memorial park
1005 Brimley Road
(East side of Brimley Road, North of Lawrence Avenue East)

Saturday, October 16
9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Pfizer for ages 12+ (born in 2009 or earlier)
For 2nd doses: Must have received 1st dose of Pfizer at least 21 days ago OR AstraZeneca at least 8 weeks ago

What to bring

  • Health card or government-issued ID, if you have one
  • First dose vaccination receipt, if you are able (download a copy from the Ministry’s COVID-19 Vaccination website)

Need transportation support?
For help getting to vaccine clinics in Scarborough, please call Scarborough Ride at 416-736-9372.

VaxFacts Clinic logo
VaxFacts Clinic - book a call with a doctor - www.shn.ca/vaxfacts or 416-438-2911 ext. 5738

Not sure about the COVID-19 vaccine or information you’ve seen? No problem — our VaxFacts Clinic is here to connect you with qualified SHN doctors who understand you may have questions or concerns, or just want to learn more.

Or call 416-438-2911 ext. 5738 to make an appointment. Learn more about the clinic at shn.ca/VaxFacts.

Other booking options

There are several appointment booking processes in place in Ontario. If eligible, we encourage you to book the appointment that is soonest available to you at any one of the options:

More information

  • Please arrive 10 minutes before your appointment.
  • If you intend on coming with a visitor who does not have an appointment, please ask them to remain in the vehicle until your appointment is complete.
  • You may bring a support person if required for accessibility, medical reasons or help with interpretation.
  • Accessibility and interpretation services are available on-site, please inform ask a staff member if required.
  • When you arrive, please clean your hands, keep mask on and practice physical distancing.
  • When you register, please present your health card or other government-issued ID if you have one.

Each of our Scarborough COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics has been designed with accessibility in mind. To support those attending our clinic we have implemented the following accessibility measures:

  • Accessible entrances with dedicated drop-off zones;
  • Access to wheelchairs upon arrival;
  • Interpreter and translation phone services are available on site as well as staff who speak a variety of languages to assist with any translation needs;
  • Accessible parking and washrooms available; and
  • Dedicated vaccination areas for people with accessibility requirements, including accessibility lanes to shorten any walking distances

The City of Toronto is working with various partners to provide transportation to COVID-19 vaccination clinics.

Visit this page and learn more under the “Transportation to Clinics” dropdown.

All parts of the vaccination program depend on vaccine supply and direction from the Ontario government. The province has a three-phase plan that prioritizes vaccines for those at greatest risk of severe illness and those who care for them.