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Your pharmacist is your partner in health

Did you know that your pharmacist can deliver a range of services that people used to have to see a doctor for? Pharmacists are your true partners in health. Learn how they now make your life even easier.


Providing prescription medications

Did you know that your pharmacist can prescribe medications for some health conditions that don’t require a diagnosis? Find out when you can skip the doctor’s office and go straight to your pharmacy for support, advice and preventive treatment.


Renewing a physician's prescription

Did you know that your pharmacist can meet with you to renew an expired prescription? This ensures that your prescription won't be interrupted. Learn how this service can keep your treatment going in between doctor's appointments.


Adjusting a doctor's prescription

Did you know that when you get a new prescription or prescription renewal, your pharmacist may adjust your dose or dosage or change the drug form? Learn more about how your pharmacist makes it easier for you to take your medication.


Ordering and monitoring lab tests

Did you know that lab tests may be recommended to ensure that the drug you’re taking is effective and safe for you? Learn about some of the tests your pharmacist can order and what they mean for your health.


Substituting a medication in the case of supply disruption

If your prescribed medication is unavailable because of a supply disruption, your pharmacist can substitute it with an equivalent one. Learn more about equivalent medications that keep your treatment going when the unexpected happens.


Administering a medication by injection—including vaccinations

Did you know that some pharmacists can administer vaccines or your medication to show you how to take it properly? They can administer a first dose so that you clearly understand how to use your medication and can take it properly at home.


What to do with expired or unused medications

After cleaning out your medicine cabinet, you may have a collection of expired and unused medications. What do you do with them? Don’t throw them in the garbage or flush them down the toilet! Instead, return them to the pharmacy.


Opioid Crisis

When used properly, opioids are medications that can relieve severe pain. When misused, opioids can carry a risk of dependence, overdose, or death.



Starting April 1, 2019, children and youth age 24 and under who have OHIP coverage, but do not have a private plan will be eligible for OHIP+: Children and Youth Pharmacare



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