You will be asked a series of COVID-19 screening questions from the Ministry of Health – it’s not a test but please answer honestly. You will still receive care, regardless of your answers!
Your care provider will be wearing personal protective equipment (which could include a mask, face shield, medical gown). Please don’t be intimidated – it’s the same friendly faces under the equipment!
Group programs are being delivered in person and virtually. See our Upcoming Events for program calendars.
If you have any questions, just call!
Sarnia-Lambton COVID-19 Assessment Centers Now Offering Access to COVID-19 Antiviral Treatments
An individual’s risk of serious illness is determined based on a combination of your health, age, and vaccination status, based on an assessment from a health care provider. This includes:
Adults who are immunocompromised (have an immune system that is weakened by a health condition or medications)
Adults 70 years and older with a clinical assessment, regardless of vaccination status
Adults 60 years and older who have had fewer than three doses
Adults 18 years and older who have had less than three doses and have risk conditions
Note: COVID-19 Antiviral Treatments are not substitutes for vaccines. The best defence against serious COVID-19 disease is to get vaccinated. To book a vaccination, visit GetTheVaccine.ca
How to access the antiviral treatments? High-risk individuals experiencing COVID-19 symptoms can contact their primary care provider to get tested and assessed for treatment right away. Those individuals who do not have a primary care provider, can book an appointment with a local COVID-19 Assessment Centre (find location here).
Following Health Canada’s approval of the pediatric Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine, children aged five to 11 will be eligible to book their appointment to receive the vaccine beginning Tuesday, November 23, 2021.