Becoming a COVID-19 Vaccine Administration Site

Health Care providers are a trusted source for public health advice. It is your one-on-one conversations about the benefits, risks, and possible side effects that build vaccine confidence in your patients. Through honest and open discussions, you help your patients and clients understand their most important health-related choices. Having the option to be vaccinated by their trusted provider in a familiar environment may be the only way for them to get vaccinated. 

If your clinic is interested in offering the COVID-19 Vaccine to your patients, please follow these steps.

1. Email our team to express interest in becoming a COVID-19 vaccine site

Email to express your interest in providing COVID-19 Vaccine at your clinic location.

2. Complete COVaxOn training with OntarioMD

Visit OntarioMD to:
Participate in a training session, both live sessions and recordings are available.
• Explore the COVID-19 vaccine resources

3. Review COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Pfizer-BioNTech COMIRNATYTM COVID-19 Vaccine
Health Canada Product Information
• COMIRNATYTM (COVID-19 Vaccine, mRNA, Monovalent) – Product Monograph
• COMIRNATYTM ORIGINAL & OMICRON BA.4/BA.5 (COVID-19 mRNA vaccine, Bivalent) – Product Monograph

Moderna SPIKEVAXTM COVID-19 Vaccine
Health Canada Product Information
Moderna SPIKEVAXTM Bivalent – Product monographs

Ministry of Health Vaccine storage and handling for COVID-19 vaccines

Ministry of Health COVID-19 Vaccine Guidance

4. Submit office information to Lambton Public Health

Fill out the covax user information form to register your staff

5. Order COVID-19 Vaccine

Order vaccine – Vaccine Order Form
*Only submit an order if you have spoken to a Lambton Public Health staff member to confirm onboarding steps are complete.

*Prior to submitting a vaccine order, fridge temperature logs must be submitted from the last 7 days by fax: 519-383-7092 or email:

When ordering a vaccine please remember the following:
• To the extent possible, plan the number of patients to vaccinate with the goal of limiting vaccine waste

More Information

Allergy Information

Ontario eConsult Program COVID-19 – Allergy/Immunology BASE™ Managed Specialty Group
• This program enables physicians and nurse practitioners to ask COVID-19 vaccine allergy-related clinical questions to Allergy and Clinical Immunology specialists electronically and receive a response within days

Refer to the Public Health Agency of Canada’s product information for an ingredient list

Ministry of Health –  Vaccine Allergy Form

Adverse Event Following Immunization Reporting

Immunization Reporting

Patient Resources

Proof of vaccination – Ontario COVID-19 Vaccination Portal