Cambridge Pinebush vaccination clinic to close end of March

Posted on Thursday March 24, 2022

Waterloo Region – As the demand for COVID-19 vaccines winds down, Cambridge Pinebush – Waterloo Region’s largest vaccination clinic – is scheduled to close at the end of March. The vaccine rollout will continue with a focus on bringing vaccines to students at after-school clinics and to neighbourhoods where residents face barriers to accessing vaccines.

Until the end of March, the Cambridge Pinebush vaccination clinic will be open Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 30 will be the last day the clinic is open. No appointment is required to get a vaccine.

In partnership with the Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre, First Nations, Métis and Inuit immunizers and cultural supports have been available at the Cambridge Pinebush vaccination clinic throughout the vaccine rollout. A traditional closing ceremony is planned for the final day the clinic is in operation.

“The Pinebush clinic has always been a special space,” said Lisa Anstey, Clinic Manager from Grand River Hospital. “We were able to find the balance of being efficient while still providing a positive healthcare experience. We have prided ourselves on our mobility clinic, sensory safe space and our outreach as well as our Indigenous culturally aware space and our children’s Camp Pinebush area. We are grateful for the opportunity we were given to support the community and help fight the pandemic. Thank you to the amazing team that came together to administer 333,000 doses and for a job well done.”

There are still many opportunities to get the COVID-19 vaccine across Waterloo Region.

Residents can get up-to-date clinic information including days and hours of operation at:


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