KFL&A Public Health

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Increase in tooth decay among KFL&A school-aged children. 

Our school dental screening results from last year show that 40% of children in senior kindergarten have experienced tooth decay. This is an increase of 60% since 2019.

Tooth decay is painful and can lead to serious infection if left untreated. 

Learn more about our community's oral health

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The 12 Days of Sit Less challenge

Are you a workplace in the KFL&A area that is up for the challenge of moving more and sitting less throughout the workday? Then join us for our 12 Days of Sit Less Challenge November 30 to December 15, 2023!

Learn more and register your workplace

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Immunization records and reporting

Did you know that in Ontario, it's important for parents and guardians to report their child's immunizations to KFL&A Public Health? Health care providers don't automatically report immunizations to the local public health agency, but don't worry, it's easy to do and helps keep records up to date according to the Immunization of School Pupils Act standards.

Stay on top of your child's health and make sure their immunization records are up-to-date by reporting today!

Report a vaccine

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Routine immunization clinics

Appointments available for children zero to 18 years of age across KFL&A.
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Inspection results

KFL&A Public Health inspects businesses and facilities in the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington area. 

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