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Sunrise Health Region Influenza Immunizations

Scheduled influenza immunization clinics are completed but read below to find out how to get your vaccine today!
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Influenza Immunization Clinics

Influenza Immunization Clinics were held in November and December, 2016. A listing of all Sunrise Health Region influenza immunization clinics was delivered to every home mailbox in the region (with the exception of mailboxes not accepting flyers). A total of 98 clinics in 36 communities were available in Sunrise Health Region. 

Residents of all ages, including children over the age of 6 months, can get the injectable vaccine.

The influenza vaccine is a safe, effective way for people to protect themselves and those close to them during the influenza season. A public health nurse at each of the clinics will ask a series of questions to screen for the very few people who cannot be immunized.

The vaccine is provided free of charge. When attending the clinics, people are encouraged to wear a short sleeved shirt and will need their Saskatchewan Health Card.

For the second year in Saskatchewan, pharmacists will also be able to provide free influenza vaccinations, as part of the province’s seasonal influenza (flu) immunization program. This additional option provides increased access, choice and convenience for residents. About 200 of the approximately 360 community pharmacies in the province plan to participate. Pharmacists, at community pharmacies, will administer the vaccine to Saskatchewan residents nine years of age and older with a valid Saskatchewan Health Services Card.

Children under nine years of age will need to be vaccinated at one of the Sunrise Health Region influenza immunization clinics, or at their local Public Health Office.

Participating local pharmacies within Sunrise Health Region include the following:

Canora Pharmacy Ltd. 216 Main Street Canora
Sapara's Drug Mart Ltd. Box 250 Esterhazy
Pharmasave #431 414 Main Street Esterhazy
Sametz Pharmacy Ltd. Box 8 Ituna
Kamsack Rexall Drug Store #7302 432 3rd Avenue South Kamsack
Pharmasave #405 219 Kaiser William Ave. Langenburg
Drugstore Pharmacy #9049 100 Halifax Ave. W. Melville
Royal Drug Mart Box 370, 135-3rd Ave. E. Melville
Pharmasave #407 156 2nd Avenue E. Melville
Loblaw Pharmacy #1582 206 Broadway St. E. Yorkton
Louck's Medi-Health Pharmacy 115-41 Broadway St. W. Yorkton
Walmart Pharmacy #3176 240 Hamilton Road Yorkton
Hearn's Westview Pharmacy 265 Bradbrooke Drive Yorkton
Shoppers Drug Mart #405 33-277 Broadway St. E. Yorkton
Yorkton Pharmacy 398 Broadway St. W. Yorkton

Click here for information about current illness outbreaks and visitor restrictions in Sunrise Health Region.

Beyond immunization, people can help protect themselves against influenza through frequent handwashing, coughing and sneezing into their sleeve, cleaning surfaces often and staying at home when sick.
Those who experience respiratory problems should see a doctor.

Additional Resources can be found by clicking here to access the Ministry of Health website. 
Influenza/Cold/Allergy Decision Chart - Not sure if you have the Flu?  Check out this decision chart.
What to Do if You Get the Flu -  This chart will help you decide when to seek help if you  get  the flu. Symptons include combinations of  fever, headache, severe fatigue, muscle aches, cough, sore throat. The best protection is prevention - getting your influenza immunization early and good hand hygiene and cough etiquette will help prevent your getting the flu and passing it on to others.
Public Health Offices

Immunizations by Appointment

If you are unable to attend a clinic, please call your local Public Health Office to book an appointment time that works for you. 

Please wear short sleeves and bring your Saskatchewan Health Services Card.

Canora: 306-563-1259

Esterhazy: 306-745-3200

Foam Lake: 306-272-3375

Kamsack: 306-542-4295 ext. 13

Langenburg: 306-743-2801

Melville: 306-728-7310

Norquay: 306-594-2262

Preeceville: 306-547-2815

Yorkton: 306-786-0600