The vaccination centre is by appointment only.
If you do not have an appointment, you will be turned away.
To book an appointment:
Future appointments will be available once capacity allows and vaccine supply is available. Please check back often. Thank you for your patience.
April 14 statement: Mackenzie Health and Southlake are supporting York Region Public Health in the rollout of vaccines. The booking system for the vaccination centres led by Southlake and Mackenzie Health listed some incorrect eligibility criteria. We apologize for any confusion this has caused and we have updated this page to clarify.
Please visit York.ca/COVID19vaccine for the most up-to-date vaccination criteria for York Region.
Our goal is to get as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible. As we receive more vaccine supply, we will make more appointments available.
Tips for booking an appointment
- Please do not call the hospital switchboard to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.
- If you need help with booking a vaccination appointment, ask computer-savvy friends and family for help or call the booking line at 1-844-301-8080.
- For questions about eligibility, click here or call Access York at 1-877-464-9675.
- For questions about whether the vaccine is right for you, speak with your family doctor or primary care provider. We can not answer these questions before or during a vaccination appointment.
- Vaccine Centre location information is below
- You will need to provide proof of residency (i.e. driver’s license) and that you are member of an eligible group (i.e. work ID, letter from long-term care home stating you are an essential care provider)
- Please arrive only 10 minutes before your appointment time.
Second doses of the vaccine
It is important to note that Southlake is supporting York Region Public Health’s vaccine rollout. Following the Provincial Government’s direction, we are moving all second-dose appointments for the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine to 16 weeks after the first dose. We are in the process of rescheduling all second-dose appointments, and those who had a second-dose appointment can expect to be notified via email with their new appointment date and time.
For more information on future phases of the vaccine implementation, visit: york.ca
Watch for future updates from the Ontario government regarding vaccines. To learn more visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/covid-19-vaccines-ontario.
Ray Twinney Recreation Complex, Arena 2
100 Eagle Street W.
The vaccination centre is located in arena 2 at the Ray Twinney Recreations Complex.
Resources for those getting the vaccine
Pfizer Biontech vaccine monograph and patient information sheet (source: Pfizer)
If you have questions about whether the vaccine is right for you, please contact your primary healthcare provider (family doctor, nurse practitioner). Those providing the vaccine at the centre are not able to provide individual consultations on whether or not you should receive this vaccine.