Consultation fees

Basic vaccination schedule: injection fee of $30 if registered with the Régie de l'assurance maladie du Québec

Other vaccines: Costs depend on the type of vaccine. Please contact us for details.

Validation and update of your vaccination schedule with a nurse: $50

Service available at these clinics

Vaccination of infants, children and adults

Getting vaccinated means protecting yourself and others. With the right vaccination practices, you can protect yourself against certain diseases, avoid unpleasant health complications and prevent the transmission of illnesses.

Chronis diseases

Chronic cardiac or pulmonary disorders severe enough to require regular medical attention or hospital care  
·         Bronchopulmonary dysplasia
·         Cystic fibrosis
·         Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
·         Emphysema
·         Asthma
Chronic conditions   
·         Diabetes or other chronic metabolic disorders
·         Liver problems, including cirrhosis
·         Kidney problems
·         Blood disorders, including hemoglobinopathy
·         Cancer
·         Immunodeficiencies, including HIV infection
·         Immunosuppression caused by radiotherapy, chemotherapy and anti-rejection drugs (transplant)
Medical conditions that may affect the ability to expel respiratory secretions and the ability to swallow        
·         Cognitive disorder
·         Spinal cord injury
·         Convulsive disorder
·         Neuromuscular disorders
·         Morbid obesity

Flu vaccination

Flu vaccines provide protection against the many possible complications of the virus. Since the availability of flu vaccines is limited, we administer them only to people who are most likely to develop complications, or to those for whom vaccination is recommended to reduce the risk of contamination. These people include:

  • Children from 6 months to 17 years old who have certain chronic diseases**;
  • Adults who have certain chronic diseases** (including pregnant women regardless the stage of the pregnancy);
  • Pregnant women, in the 2nd and 3rd trimesters of their pregnancy;
  • People aged 75 and over.
  • Family members who live in the same household of a child under 6 months of age or a person at higher risk of being hospitalized and to their caregivers;
  • Health care workers.

Vaccines for infants and children

Vaccines stimulate your child’s immune system to produce antibodies to defend against targeted diseases. The vaccination schedule helps to increase the effectiveness of vaccines and to determine the right time to vaccinate a child, i.e., the time when they are most at risk of contracting the disease. By opting for vaccination, you offer your child protection against certain viruses and bacteria circulating in their environment, and prevent the development of serious, contagious diseases. At LeBlanc + Savaria clinics, we offer all the vaccines recommended by public health for every age group.


  • Diphtheria-tetanus-whooping cough-hepatitis B-polio-Hib  
  • Diphtheria-tetanus-whooping cough-polio-Hib        
  • Pneumococcus         
  • Rotavirus       
  • Meningococcal C      
  • Measles-mumps-rubella-varicella    
  • Hepatitis A-hepatitis B


  • Varicella
  • Diphtheria-tetanus-whooping cough-polio
  • Hepatitis A-hepatitis B
  • Human papillomavirus
  • Diphtheria-tetanus
  • Meningococcal C

Vaccines for adults

The health professionals at LeBlanc + Savaria clinics can administer vaccines recommended by public health authorities to adults.

Vaccine to prevent:Reccommended age
Pneumococcus65 years and older
FluEvery year from age 75
Whooping coughPregnant women of all ages, one dose during each pregnancy (ideally between the 26th and the 32nd week)*
Diphtheria-tetanusOne dose at 50 years of age
Zona (Shingrix)The recommended age is above 50 years. 2 doses are required.

*The whooping cough vaccine can be given at other times during pregnancy if it is not possible between the 26th and the 32nd week. Consult a doctor or a nurse for more details.

Booster vaccines and new vaccines

To ensure efficacy, some vaccines are administered in multiple doses at recommended intervals. The immune protection offered by some other vaccines may also diminish over time.

If you need a booster dose of a vaccine, or a vaccine you missed as a child, don’t hesitate to make an appointment at one of our clinics.

Frequently asked questions

Is vaccination compulsory?

In Quebec, although vaccination is not mandatory, it is strongly recommended.

Do you offer vaccination for travellers?

We do not offer vaccination for travellers.

Make an appointment for your vaccination today and contribute to our collective health.

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