Information regarding Ontario's Immunization of Schools Pupil Act (ISPA) and immunization requirements.
Please call your local Porcupine Health Unit office to book your appointment for the flu vaccine.
Over 80 percent of Ontarians receive their drinking water from municipal drinking water systems. Those that do not have access, install some sort of private drinking water system, they may have a well or they may draw and treat water from surrounding surface water sources.
The Let’s Grow resource is offered to all parents of children from newborn to five years to provide you with information about growth and development. Parents who subscribe will receive twelve free “Let’s Grow” issues.
The Registered Dietitians at the Porcupine Health Unit conduct a variety of workshops and presentations for health care professionals, educators, workplaces and the general public.
The Porcupine BeachWise program has ended for the season. Check back for updates next June.
A selection of Speech and Language resources to help parents and caregivers gain a better understanding of speech and language development and what they can do at home to help their child.
Join the PHU Inspection Team in Moonbeam for a presentation on the safe disposal of sewage. The session takes place Tuesday, December 5, from 7 – 9 p.m.at the Moonbeam Community Centre.
The Porcupine Health Unit investigates all animal incidents where there is a break to the skin, such as teeth marks and scratches, for the risk of rabies. If you have been involved in an incident, report animal incidents to the health unit so follow-up can begin.