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2020 Flu Vaccination for Patients & Families »

Sunnybrook's Ambulatory Patient Pharmacy will be offering the flu vaccination for Ontario residents over the age of 5. The vaccination will be administered by an injection-certified pharmacist or pharmacy student and a valid Ontario Health (OHIP) Card is required.

Appointments will be offered Monday to Friday, from 9am to noon and 1pm to 5pm. To schedule an appointment to receive the flu vaccination, please email Please bring the completed consent form to your appointment.

For individuals 65 years of age and older, we do have the High-Dose Trivalent flu vaccine available, so please specify which vaccine you will need when booking your appointment, so that we can ensure we have the vaccine in stock.

Download the consent form (PDF)

Ambulatory Patient Pharmacy

Location: Bayview campus, M-wing, room M1101, main lobby
Phone: 416-480-4502
Fax: 416-480-4503

NEW Pharmacy Hours

Monday to Friday (now open longer):
8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Sundays and Holidays:

Ask us about our pharmacy services such as vaccinations, compression stocking fittings, smoking cessation, home health care and more.

We also offer:

  • Private patient counselling
  • Medication information sheets
  • Medication delivery
  • Compounding of specialized products not commercially available
  • Many other services.

Please show the pharmacist any medication charts, lists or other relevant information provided to you about your medication while you were in hospital.

Odette Cancer Centre PharmacyOdette Cancer Centre pharmacy

Location: Bayview campus, T-wing, first floor of the Odette Cancer Centre 
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Phone: 416-480-4671
Fax: 416-480-7809

Our staff is made up of pharmacists and technicians dedicated to the care of the cancer patient.

Specializing in one area allows us to provide complete services to patients coming through the doors of the cancer centre, including:

  • Chemotherapy preparation and take home prescription dispensing
  • Individualized patient counseling focusing on cancer treatment and control of symptoms
  • Provision of specialized products and counseling for the relief of treatment
  • Side effects such as mouth sores, constipation, pain, nausea and vomiting
  • Ensuring availability of expensive or hard to find prescription drugs
  • Collaboration with oncologists regarding treatment decisions, clinical trials, supportive care issues, etc.
  • Coordination of numerous special access and compassionate drug programs, where available

The pharmacy is able to fill prescriptions written by physicians from Sunnybrook and the Odette Cancer Centre. Since we are part of your treatment team, we are aware of many of the issues that you may be facing. For these reasons, we strongly recommend that you get your cancer-related prescriptions filled at the OCC pharmacy.

Also note: The gift shops at the Holland Centre and St. John's Rehab campuses, carry a variety of health care products.