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Last Edited/Reviewed:  January 24, 2023

Due to the high volume of voicemails and emails, we will attempt to respond to communications as soon as possible but cannot guarantee a response within 24 hours.  

  •  To report an incidence of non-compliance in the community, submit a COVID-19 complaint form.
  • If you are having difficulty breathing or experiencing other severe symptoms, do not contact us. Call 9-1-1 immediately and seek medical care.
  • If you think or are uncertain if you have COVID-19 symptoms, use the self-assessment tool to determine your next steps.  Find the most up-to-date information on our Coronavirus (COVID-19) pages.

Main Office

Peterborough Public Health

185 King Street, Peterborough, ON K9J 2R8
Phone: 705-743-1000
Toll Free: 1-877-743-0101
Fax: 705-743-2897
Email for General Inquiries:  info@peterboroughpublichealth.ca

NOTE: Do not submit personal health information through e-mail.

Hours of Operation:

  • Open Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Closed weekends and statutory holidays.
  • If you have a public health emergency and need to contact us outside of regular business hours, on-call staff will be available to assist you at 705-743-1000.

Visitors to 185 King St. are asked to wear a face covering.

All staff and visitors are asked to refrain from using, wearing, and bringing scented products and materials into Peterborough Public Health (PPH).  Many people are sensitive to scented products. Thank you for keeping our building scent-free!

Sexual Health Clinic

Located at main office
Phone: 705-748-2021
Fax: 705-748-3865

Community Dental Health Clinic

Located at main office
Phone: 705-748-2230
Fax: 705-874-7109

To inquire if your family is eligible for dental services, or to book an appointment, please call 705-743-1003, ext. 265.

Zero Tolerance

Respect is a core value of Peterborough Public Health. This drives our commitment to professionalism and effective communication.

We are pleased to take your calls and emails but Peterborough Public Health has zero tolerance for anyone who uses profane, abusive or disrespectful language. Any such calls and emails will not be responded to, and where these messages include threats, police will be contacted.