THUNDER BAY URBAN INDIGENOUS VACCINATION CLINIC – 2nd Doses

**BOOKINGS CLOSED – CLINIC IS NOW FULL**

 

Vaccination Hours:

Wednesday June 23rd: 8:40am – 4:00pm

 

Location:

The Heritage Building at the CLE grounds
425 Northern Ave.

In honouring and respecting the Indigenous Population as a priority, we trust that the people will honour our position on servicing and abiding by these guidelines.

Anishnawbe Mushkiki in partnership with the Thunder Bay District Health Unit and the City of Thunder Bay, along with supports from Nokiiwin Tribal Council and the Indigenous Primary Health Care Council will be hosting a mass clinic for the roll-out of COVID-19 vaccinations for the Urban Indigenous population residing in the City of Thunder Bay.

The Indigenous population has been identified as a priority in the first round of vaccination allocations. We will be welcoming all Indigenous adults and their family members over 18 sharing the same household.

Our Mission

Anishnawbe Mushkiki’s Mission it to provide culturally safe, comprehensive care empowering patients through their health and wellness journeys by offering health promotion, primary and traditional approaches to patient and family centred care.

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Aboriginal Health Access Centre

Anishnawbe Mushkiki provides culturally safe, comprehensive care empowering patients through their health and wellness journey.  We offer health promotion, primary and traditional approaches to patient and family centred care.

Many of our programs are provided in partnership with other organizations in locations throughout Thunder Bay.

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1260 Golf Links Road, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada