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Bruyère opens COVID-19 vaccination clinic in collaboration with Ottawa Public Health


Bruyère has opened a COVID-19 vaccination clinic at 75 Bruyère St. in Lowertown.
The clinic will provide vaccinations to patients of the Bruyère and Primrose Family Medicine Centers and work collaboratively with Ottawa Public Health to provide vaccination when supply permits to communities targeted by Ottawa Public Health.
The clinic is offering the AstraZeneca vaccine in accordance with the regulations established by the province.

Vaccine eligibility and availability

Vaccinations began for patients of the Bruyère Family Medicine centers who are Ontario residents on April 15, 2021.
On April 22, 2021 we were able to open the clinic for residents in Ottawa in the Lowertown, Byward Market and Sandy Hill neighbourhoods (K1N), all neighbourhoods within walking distance of the clinic.
Bruyère will continue to work with Ottawa Public Health and help in any way we can to bolster immunization efforts in the City.
One certainty we have all become accustomed to in the pandemic is that all things are subject to change and vaccine eligibility and availability are no exception.
Bruyère will continue to provide updates on eligibility and availability as well as how to book appointments for vaccines on this website.
We understand the changing landscape is frustrating for people trying to book their appointments and challenging for those who do not have internet access.
The vaccination clinic has a phone number that people can call. If you know of someone who is eligible that may need support in booking their appointment, please share this phone number 613-699-6530. You can also book on their behalf via the online booking tool or by phone.
We’re here if you have questions and can be reached by phone or email at vaccination@Bruyere.org.