COVID-19 Vaccination

North York General and North York Toronto Health Partners are booking appointments online for eligible populations.

Vaccines are strictly by appointment only. There are no walk-ins. 

Who is currently eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment?

NYGH and North York Toronto Health Partners along with partners across Ontario continue to vaccinate the following Phase 1 priority groups.

  • Staff, residents and essential caregivers in long-term care and retirement homes
  • People experiencing homelessness in Toronto’s shelter system 

Booking your COVID19 Vaccine

Eligible individuals can click here to book your vaccine appointment. 

Confirming your appointment

If you booked your first dose online through a North York General and North York Toronto Health Partners clinic, you will be notified about your appointment time, date and location through our booking system by email or text. NYGH may also contact you if you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment.

Getting your vaccine

Please bring identification on the day of your appointment.

Second Dose Appointments

Most people in Ontario will get their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine 16 weeks after the first dose. This allows more people to access the first dose sooner. Research now recommends that some people get their second dose sooner because of the high risk of severe COVID-19 and the way the vaccine builds immunity in some people. *In Ontario, the following patients will now receive their second dose 21 to 28 days after the first dose:

  • Transplant recipients
  • Individuals receiving active cancer treatment (chemotherapy, targeted therapy, immunotherapy.  Note - “Active cancer treatment” excludes those solely receiving hormonal therapy or radiation therapy)

*To book your second dose, click on the booking link and identify yourself as having a Highest or High Risk Chronic Condition. When you come to the screening area, let the screener know that you have either received a transplant or your are receiving active treatment for cancer.

NYGH-NYTHP Vaccination Clinic locations in North York booking appointments:

  • NYGH vaccine clinic at North York General Hospital
    4001 Leslie Street
  • NYGH vaccine clinic at Seneca College, Newnham Campus
    1750 Finch Ave. East

What happens after you book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment?

Once you have booked your vaccine appointment, you will receive a booking confirmation through email or text. The confirmation will have the address of the vaccination clinic and instructions on how to enter the building. Please read the information carefully.

Please bring identification on the day of your appointment. Clinic team members need this information to confirm your eligibility. For health care workers, this can be a workplace identification badge, proof of employment or a letter from your employer. For adults recipients of chronic home care this will be your eligibility letter sent from the Local Health Integration Network (LHIN) with the enclosed consent form and one piece of government ID.

If you have any questions about your personal situation related to the vaccine, please contact your primary care physician or provider.

Please read the frequently asked questions to learn more about the vaccines, booking appointments, first and second doses and other common questions.

More Information About Vaccines

  • If you need assistance booking your appointment please visit or call 1-888-385-1910.
    If you are a senior and require assistance getting to your vaccination appointment, contact the Seniors’ Hotline for North York at 416-447- 5200.
  • To find out more about vaccination in Ontario visit
  • For more information about other community and mass vaccination clinics in Toronto please visit

Protecting your Personal Information

  • NYGH will never ask you for access to your computer or ask for sensitive personal or financial information.
  • We are aware that people, claiming to be from NYGH, or using a fake NYGH phone number, are contacting people asking for financial of other personal information or for access to people’s computers.  Please be cautious.

Have questions about vaccination?

  • Click on the frequently asked questions to learn more about the vaccines, booking appointments, first and second doses and other common questions