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My child is going abroad to school and will be staying in a dorm. The school requires my child to be screen for TB. Also, do you offer the meningococcal vaccine and when can they come in?
Viewed 368 times since Thu, Sep 12, 2013
Your child may come in either on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday for the Tuberculosis screening and when he/she returns 2 days later to have it read, he/she can then receive the shot for Meningitis. Read More
My child is going abroad to school and will be staying in a dorm. Do you offer the meningococcal vaccine and when can they come in?
Viewed 368 times since Thu, Sep 12, 2013
We offer the meningococcal vaccine during School clinics Mon-Fri (8:30-11:30). Read More
Can a sick baby be brought in during the School Clinic?
Viewed 365 times since Thu, Sep 12, 2013
Yes, sick children can be bought in during the School Clinic and will be triaged by the clinic nurse. Read More
Is the School Health Clinic wheelchair accessible?
Viewed 309 times since Thu, Jun 19, 2014
Yes, School Health Clinic premises is wheelchair accessible for the ground floor only. Read More
Whart is the physical address for the School Health Clinic?
Viewed 307 times since Thu, Jun 19, 2014
Hamilton Health Center, 67 Victoria Street, Hamilton HM 12 Read More
What are the hours of operation for the School Health Clinic?
Viewed 286 times since Thu, Jun 19, 2014
The School Health Clinic operates 8:30 - 11:30 am - Monday to Friday (Walk in) Read More
Is there a cost for School Health services?
Viewed 280 times since Thu, Jun 19, 2014
There is a minimual charge for medicationSelected vaccinesTCD medicalsScholarship medicalsThere is no consultation fee associated with the visit, and all services are free of charge. Read More
What method of payment does the School Health Clinic accept?
Viewed 256 times since Thu, Jun 19, 2014
The School Health Clinic accepts cash, credit cards/bank cards or checks. Read More