ANYONE AGED 12+ who has not yet received a first or
second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine:
Please reach out to the Elliot Lake Family Health Team by calling 705-461-8882
to book at one of our upcoming vaccine clinics.
Ontario has decided to offer third doses of COVID-19
vaccines to individuals aged 18 and up.
Please give us a call to confirm eligibility and book your appointment!
Influenza vaccines are now available
Please give us a call to book your flu shot!
The vaccination clinic is located at the Collins Hall.
The COVID-19 Assessment Centre is Located
at the Elliot Lake Family health team
(705) 461 – 8882
Call ELFHT for an appointment for your COVID-19 Test at (705) 461 – 8882
Elliot Lake Family Health Team
The family health team is composed of physicians, nurse practitioners, allied health professionals, and support staff providing quality patient centred care for Elliot Lake and surrounding area.
COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic update
Beginning August 1st, 2021, COVID-19 Vaccines will be given by the Elliot Lake Family Health Team at 31 Nova Scotia Walk.
Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are available, subject to supply. Call (705) 461-8882 to book an appointment.
Travel and COVID-19
COVID-19 Travel Advice:
You should be fully vaccinated by completing a COVID-19 vaccine series in Canada or abroad at least 14 days before travelling. Be aware that although you are better protected against serious illness if you are vaccinated, you may still be at risk of infection from the virus that causes COVID-19.
If you’re unvaccinated, you remain at increased risk of being infected with and spreading the virus that causes COVID-19 when travelling internationally. You should continue avoiding non-essential travel to all destinations.
Travel advice from the Government of Canada.
More information can be found on their website: https://travel.gc.ca/travelling/advisories
The ELFHT is running both a COVID assessment centre, as well as a vaccination clinic. Please call the clinic or click the link for more information.
CRISIS RESPONSE SERVICE
Community crisis response and counselling services are provided by the Counselling Centre of East Algoma. Find more information here:
Screening early saves lives. Everyone 50 and older should have a Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) every 2 years to screen for colon cancer.
Other programs and Services
The ELFHT offers a variety of programs and services to meet all our patients’ needs. Services include the OTN, vaccinations, community programs, and more.