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Vaccination services provider

Earthy Apothecary offers routine vaccination services for individuals in Mississauga and Oakville, ON. Routine vaccination is important to help prevent the spread of communicable diseases and to protect individuals from serious illnesses.

Earthy Apothecary’s vaccination services are provided by licensed healthcare professionals who are trained to administer vaccines safely and effectively. The pharmacy carries a variety of vaccines for common illnesses such as the flu,Covid19, hepatitis, shingles etc. we also provide vaccinations for travel to other countries, which may require additional immunizations.

Are you looking for a flu shot, Covid-19 vaccine, or other travel or routine vaccines?

Our injection-trained Earthy Apothecary pharmacist can administer vaccines to you and your family (kids two years and over).

Influenza (Flu) vaccine
Covid19 Vaccine (Boosters)
Varicella (Chickenpox) vaccine
Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine
Hepatitis A and B vaccine
Pneumococcal vaccine
Meningococcal vaccine
Shingles (Herpes Zoster) vaccine
Yellow fever vaccine
Typhoid vaccine
Japanese Encephalitis
Rabies vaccine

Why Choose Us

All about your vaccination

Individuals who are interested in receiving a vaccination from Earthy Apothecary should contact the pharmacy directly to schedule an appointment. The healthcare professionals at the pharmacy can answer any questions individuals may have about the vaccine, including its effectiveness, potential side effects, and any precautions that need to be taken.

Earthy Apothecary also provides vaccine education and counseling services to help individuals make informed decisions about their healthcare. They can provide information about vaccine safety, efficacy, and any potential risks or benefits associated with a particular vaccine.

Earthy Apothecary's routine vaccination services are an important component of preventive healthcare. They help protect individuals from serious illnesses and can prevent the spread of communicable diseases within the community.