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Sunnybrook Estates COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic


Sunnybrook Estates COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic
80 Armistice Drive, Toronto, ON M4N 1J8
Located at the far northeast corner of our Bayview Campus
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Booking an appointment

If you were born in 2009 or earlier and want to book an appointment at Sunnybrook, you can do so by visiting

Please note: Sunnybrook is not providing third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine at this time, as we are awaiting further direction about the rollout of this change in Toronto. Please do not use our booking system to book a third dose. Please do not walk-in for a third dose.

Updated walk-in hours

Walk-in hours for first and second doses are now as follows:

  • Monday to Friday: 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Our clinic is closed Saturdays and Sundays.

If you prefer a later evening or weekend appointment, please book a spot using the provincial booking tool, or see the City of Toronto’s website for clinics with evening or weekend walk-in hours.

A note about kindness and respect

We know that this past year has been a very challenging and frustrating time and that you are eager to get the COVID-19 vaccine. Our COVID-19 vaccine clinic staff are working very hard to rollout the vaccine efficiently and in line with the Ministry of Health’s vaccination rollout plan. Please be patient, kind and respectful to our staff. Abuse and mistreatment will not be tolerated and you will be asked to leave the property.

Clinic map

Map to the Estates Pop-Up Clinic(Click on map to view a larger version)

Getting to the clinic

Where do I park?

Parking is located adjacent to the Estates building. Parking for the Sunnybrook Estates COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is free. Please do not park anywhere else on the Sunnybrook campus as pay-per-use tickets cannot be refunded.

Map of Sunnybrook's campus indicating vaccine clinic

Can I take the bus to the vaccine clinic?

No. The Sunnybrook Estates COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is not transit accessible.

Can someone drop me off?

If someone is dropping you off, they can drop you off at the entrance of the Estates, located at 80 Armistice Drive.

Map of Sunnybrook's campus indicating vaccine clinic

I need help with transportation. What do I do?

SPRINT Senior Care’s Transportation Services is providing help for seniors and adults with disabilities who need a ride to their vaccine appointment. The transportation service is low-cost for clients and operates in North Toronto and throughout the rest of the city thanks to the Toronto Ride partnership.

Where do I enter the vaccine clinic?

You will enter the clinic at the Estates, located at 80 Armistice Drive. You will see signage for the Sunnybrook Estates COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at the building’s entrance. Our Sunnybrook Estates COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is on the lower level of the Estates. There are stairs. An elevator is also available.

Map of Sunnybrook's campus indicating vaccine clinic

Is the clinic wheelchair accessible?

Yes. There is an elevator to the lower level.

Preparing for your appointment

Please review the below documents before your appointment:

What to expect during your appointment

Please wear a mask and bring the following to your appointment:

  • Your Unique Identifier that was emailed or texted to you.
  • Your Ontario health (OHIP) card or other ID that you used to register
  • Reading glasses and hearing aids (if applicable)
  • Assistive devices (if applicable) – cane, walkers, rollators, wheelchairs. 
  • Loose fitting shirt or T-shirt (for easy access to upper arm)

After you are screened and you fill in the consent form, you will be directed to the next available registration desk to be checked in.

Once checked in, you will wait in line and proceed to the next available Vaccine Administrator.

Once you get the vaccine, you will stay seated in our waiting area to self-monitor for any reactions to the vaccine. You will stay for 15 minutes.

You will then be called to check out. You will receive a Proof of Vaccination Receipt.

You can expect to spend up to about 25-30 minutes at the vaccine clinic for your visit.

The COVID-19 vaccine will be provided in two doses. You will receive a Proof of Vaccination receipt.

After your first dose appointment

Please download and review the below resource:

After your second dose appointment

Please review the below resource:

Frequently asked questions

I lost my vaccine receipt or didn’t get the vaccine receipt email. What do I do?

You can download a digital version of your vaccination receipt at

You can also contact the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 (TTY 1-866-797-0007) or your local public health unit to retrieve a copy of your vaccination receipt.


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