Stonechurch Family Health Centre
At Stonechurch Family Health Centre (SFHC), we are a team of over 90 health care providers dedicated to the health and wellness of you and your family. We are one of three clinics within the McMaster Family Health Team.
As a teaching clinic, we providing training to new family doctors and other health professionals. We’re also always researching the newest ways to provide the best care to our 19,000 patients!
We’re always here for you and are excited to have you as part of the SFHC family!
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT FLU SHOTS AT THE CLINIC THIS YEAR
As you know, it’s very important that you receive your flu shot, especially this year. But please remember, there is no hurry, we will be able to accommodate you and your family over the next few weeks!
Due to COVID-19, we have made some changes for your safety.
ALL FLU SHOTS WILL BE GIVEN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, NO EXCEPTIONS.
As with all other in-person appointments at the clinic, we are working hard to ensure your safety through pre-screening, maintaining physical distancing, and cleaning between all patients attending our flu shot clinics.
AFTER NOVEMBER 2, please call us to book an appointment at one of our in-clinic flu shot offerings.
Please be patient if there is no availability right away, we will continue to book clinics as long as necessary over the next few weeks!
If you already have an in-person appointment booked for other reasons, we can administer the flu shot at the same time. Flu shots are also available at your local pharmacy, if that is your preference.
If you have received the flu shot outside of our clinic, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know! In the email please include your name, D.O.B. and the date you received the vaccine.
Thank you for your assistance in helping us deliver flu shots safely during this unusual year!!
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Please review the below documents for information on self-isolation and self-monitoring for coronavirus. For more information, please see our most recent updates on COVID-19.
If you have a fever and/or new onset of cough or difficulty breathing
In the 14 days before symptom onset, you have:
•been to a COVID-19 impacted area, or
•you have been in close contact with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19, or
•you have been in close contact with a person with acute respiratory illness who has been to a COVID-19 impacted area
please call your family physician’s office.
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