Clinic Information

Village Family Health Team is conveniently located in Liberty Village in the Liberty Market Building (171 East Liberty Street Unit 102). It is pleased to be offering Moderna (COVID-19 mRNA Vaccine):

First Doses: 

  • Anybody over the age of 18 years 

Second doses

  • Anybody who had a first dose of Moderna prior to May 9
  • Age 70 yrs+
  • high risk health care workers who are 28 days past their first dose of Moderna
  • Those with the “highest risk” medical conditions
  • If you received AZ 12 weeks ago

Please give us a call at 416 599 8348 and we would be pleased to schedule you an appointment.

Questions about the Covid-19 vaccine?

We encourage you to visit Toronto Public Health  Village FHT has confidence in the information presented on the Toronto Public Health website. If you still have questions about your personal situation after reviewing this information, we would be pleased to schedule an appointment with you.

Need a Covid-19 test?

Are you wondering if you or your child requires COVID-19 testing and how to access this?  If so, please click on this website for the latest Covid-19 decision guide for schools before calling to book an appointment with us. For the recent update on child care centers on Covid-19 related issues, please click on this website for more information.

Worried about your symptoms or need further guidance, please call to book a triage call with a nurse or book with your MD.

In alignment with the Ontario Ministry of Health recommendations, the Village Family Health Team does not provide letters “clearing” people of COVID-19.

Webinars

Village Family Health Team will be offering one-hour lunch time webinars throughout the winter on various mental health related topics and Lactation sessions. Check the website regularly for new webinars, dates, and changes. To receive a link to the virtual webinar, registration is required. To register please email Liz at elizabeth.morgado@villagefht.ca

Click link to view webinar.

SATURDAY MORNING CLINICS

Due to Covid-19, Saturday walk-in clinic is suspended. Patients are advised to call on Saturday mornings and schedule a virtual appointment with the doctor . Walk-in will no longer be accepted.
9:00am – 12:00pm (Urgent care only)- Last registration is 11.00am

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Health Resources

Updated  June 11th,2021 – Vaccine Clinic

To our community partners,

COVID-19 vaccination updates at West Toronto OHT vaccine clinics

  • The West Park Healthcare and Community Place Hub vaccine clinics:
    • First dose vaccinations: Available to Torontonians 12-17 years of age at the time of their appointment and 18 years of age and older. Book here . Walk-in appointments are also available at the Community Place Hub.
      Please note: Health Care Workers who need to book a first dose appointment can book into the 18+ category.
    • Second dose vaccinations: These clinics are moving up second dose appointments of all individuals 70 years of age and older and those who received their first dose before/on May 9 for whom they provided first doses. Those individuals will receive a communication about this through the email or phone number they provided at their first dose appointment. Please do not call or go in to the vaccination clinics to request a second dose. Appointments will be moved up on a “first-in, first-out” basis, as vaccine supply allows.
    • Bookable second dose vaccinations available: Those who have not been able to attain an accelerated second dose and meet the below eligibility criteria are able to book in at West Park and Community Place Hub using the online booking tool here:
      • individuals who are 70 years of age and older AND have waited the minimum interval between doses (Pfizer-BioNTech at least 21 days ago or Moderna at least 28 days ago)
      • those who received their first dose before/on May 9
      • individuals who live, work or attend school in these designated hot spot postal codes in Toronto AND have waited the minimum interval between doses (Pfizer-BioNTech at least 21 days ago or Moderna at least 28 days ago)
      • If your first dose was AstraZeneca, you can get Moderna or Pfizer-BioNTech for your second dose (based on vaccine supply). It must be at least 12 weeks after your first dose.
  • Unity Health-St. Joseph’s vaccine clinic:
    • Second dose vaccinations: Unity Health will be moving up appointments on a “first-in, first-out” basis, as our vaccine supply allows. Those over the age of 70 (who have waited the minimum interval between doses), as well as anyone who received their first dose before/on May 9 at the St. Michael’s COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic will receive an appointment confirmation via email or text message for their new second dose appointment date over the next couple of weeks.

 

  • CAMH
    • First dose vaccinations: bookings for people 12 years and older (at the time of appointment). Book here
    • Second dose vaccinations: CAMH is moving up appointments for those who received their first dose before/on April 18 at its clinic. New second dose appointment confirmations will be sent via email or text message.
    • Bookable second dose vaccinations available: For people 70 years and older (born in 1951 or earlier) who received a first dose of Pfizer. Book here
  • South Etobicoke Clinic:
    • This clinic continues to focus on first doses for South Etobicoke residents. This is being operated with direct outreach through South Etobicoke ambassadors. Appointments are also available online. Book here

How to book an appointment for eligible groups at a West Toronto OHT pop-up vaccine clinic or a Unity Health hospital vaccination clinic:

How to book appointments at mass immunization clinics and pharmacies:

Resources:

  • Attached to this email you will find two charts that outline:
    • When and where for a second dose
    • Which vaccine for second dose

This information is evolving rapidly, so eligibility will change.