Protect yourself and your loved ones. Come and get tested.
Get Vaccinated Today
Call to book your appointment 613-740-0999
Getting the Covid-19 vaccine is FREE
and helps prevent disease severity and death.
Call Akausivik at 613-740-0999
Monday-Friday 10:30am to 4:30pm
All Inuit adults, including family and caregivers. Staff from Indigenous community agencies.
Akausivik Inuit Family Health Team (AIFHT) 24 Selkirk Street, Suite 300
To Get Your Proof of Vaccination:
We are honoured that so many of you have journeyed this far with us. The paper receipts issued at the time of vaccination are valid receipts.
We want to make sure you get the proof of vaccine you need.
Here are your options:
WHEN YOU GET YOUR BOOSTER.
If you received your second vaccine dose more than 6 months (24 weeks) ago, you are now eligible for your third (booster) vaccine. This will be same Pfizer vaccine you got earlier. It is designed to increase your resistance to COVID-19, and its available now. Please make an appointment with our staff at 613-740-0999.
When you come in for your booster we will issue you with a Proof of Vaccine you can carry with you. The Akausivik vaccine receipt is recognized and valid.
TO GET YOUR AKAUSIVIK VACCINATION RECEIPT YOURSELF
Visit vaccine.aifht.ca It is the AIFHT secure vaccine portal. Put in your name, date of birth and Health Card number. If you do not have an Health Card, you can get a password from our team at Akausivik by calling 613-740-0999. Once completed, you can print the receipt, or carry a copy on your phone. The Akausivik vaccine receipt is valid and accepted.
TO GET THE ONTARIO VACCINE RECEIPT
If you are planning to travel you may prefer to have a vaccine receipt through COVaxON. That's the Ontario system used to record COVID-19 vaccinations. You can also request a receipt with the scannable QR code. We can help you with that when you come to get your booster. Or you can do it yourself. The link is covaxonconsent.aifht.ca
Medical Centre Offers Free Primary Care
Dedicated to the Inuit Community
The Akausivik Inuit Family Health Team has continued to treat clients face-to-face and maintained its practice of delivering direct care. AIFHT also provides service to the homebound, homeless, hard to reach, high risk, and those in medical travel isolation.
COVID-19 testing and swabbing, including rapid testing.
Acute and urgent care for Inuit
Mental health services
Our Pandemic Response
The Akausivik Inuit Family Health Team began vaccinating one of the country's highest risk populations on Wednesday, February 17, 2021, at the Inuit Health Centre’s facility in Ottawa.
The Health Centre has been working intensely with federal, provincial, and local health authorities to help secure Covid-19 vaccines on a priority basis for urban Inuit. The delivery of the Covid-19 vaccine at Akausivik is a significant milestone in it’s pandemic response for Inuit locally, regionally, and for those on inter-provincial transit to and from the north.
General Clinic Hours
Monday to Friday 9:30 am to 5:00 pm