Starting March 1st, 2017 vaccines purchased from a pharmacy can no longer be brought to public health to be administered by a nurse. These vaccines can be given by the pharmacist or your health care provider. This allows Oxford County Public Health to focus on giving routine publicly funded immunizations.
Public Health provides free* immunization services to all residents of Oxford County.
Immunization by appointment only
Tuesday afternoons until 3:45 p.m.
First Tuesday of the month extended hours until 5:30 p.m. (First Wednesday in July and August)
TB skin tests:
The health unit does not administer TB skin tests for employment, school or volunteer requirements. TB skin tests required for these purposes can be done through CarePartners.
Care Partner Locations
61Lorne Avenue East
Unit 4, Stratford
65 Springbank Drive North
Unit 5, Woodstock
25 Townline Road
107 Edward Street
About our services
Oxford County Public Health promotes and provides immunization to help control the spread of infectious diseases in our community.
We do this by:
- Offering free* immunization clinics in our offices at 410 Buller Street in Woodstock and at other locations across the County
- Immunizing grade 7 students for Hepatitis B, Meningococcal and HPV right in their schools
- Providing medically necessary TB skin tests and free tuberculosis medication when required
- Giving advice about vaccines for travel, call ext. 3500
- Holding free annual community flu clinics
- Maintaining immunization records for Oxford County residents
* Publicly funded vaccines are provided at no cost. Some vaccines must be purchased from a pharmacy, and administered by a pharmacist or health care provider.
Immunization is by appointment only. Call to book a time:
519-539-9800, ext. 3490
Toll-free 1-800-755-0394, ext. 3490
Oxford County Public Health is located at:
410 Buller Street, Woodstock (Old County Gaol building at corner of Buller St. & Graham St.)
Free parking is available in two lots off of Graham Street and there is also minimal street parking available along Buller Street