Immunization Booking

COVID-19

Last Updated: March 3, 2021

Acknowledging Issues, Steps Taken To Improve Your Experience

We acknowledge that there have been some issues with the vaccine rollout, and we apologize to anyone who was delayed in booking an appointment, or who waited in a long line to get their vaccination. (more)

Get immunized. Those born In 1946 or earlier can book now.

Vaccine Rollout Overview

Prepare For Your Appointment

  • We ask that all individuals wait in their cars until 5 minutes before their appointment and not arrive more than 10 minutes early.
  • Bring one piece of identification with you that proves your age, which could include your Alberta Health Care card, a driver's license, Social Insurance Number, birth certificate, or passport.
  • Wear clothing that will easily allow access to your upper arm for receiving the immunization.
  • Need transporation? Reach out to 211.

Learn more in our Frequently Asked Questions.

How to Book

Online Booking Tool

Book an appointment through our online booking tool. To modify or cancel an appointment go to ahs.ca/updatebooking. You can also modify or cancel by clicking on the link at the bottom of your confirmation email.

Online Booking Tool

Find a Pharmacy

Contact a participating pharmacy in Calgary, Edmonton or Red Deer.

Find a Pharmacy

Call Health Link at 811

Call Health Link at 811 to book an appointment.

Call 811

Health Care Workers

Eligible healthcare workers receive a direct email from AHS with a unique link to go online and book their immunization appointment. Make sure to check your email regularly. No direct link exists on our websites.

Learn more in our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Indigenous Communities

AHS has been working with Indigenous communities and organizations across Alberta to support their COVID-19 responses. For any questions or concerns email ahs.ecc.operations.ih@ahs.ca.

Learn about the Indigenous Communities COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout

Note: We anticipate high demand for appointments and we ask everyone to be patient. We know many Albertans are anxious to get immunized. We are immunizing Albertans as quickly as we can, based on vaccine supply.