The pharmacy is located in the same building as the clinic, providing easy access to medications and other pharmacy services.
Blister pack packaging available
Accepting all drug plans, including ODSP and OW
We waive the $2.00 ODB co-pay
Free delivery services for medications
Annual Medication/ Diabetic Review
Smoking Cessation Consultations
Open seven days a week, including holidays
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT OPIATE REPLACEMENT DOSING
WHAT HAPPENS IF I MISS THREE DAYS IN A ROW OF MY METHADONE DOSE?
If you miss three days of receiving your methadone dose, or five days of your Suboxone dose, your body will have lost some of its tolerance to the medication. This means that a full dose might be too much for your body to handle.
For this reason, the pharmacy cannot dispense your medication without you being seen by a doctor first to restart.
WHY IS THE PHARMACY ASKING FOR A RECEIPT OF MY LAST DOSE, DON'T THEY TRUST ME?
Providing a receipt for your last witnessed dose shows the pharmacist that you have not missed your doses. If you dose at one pharmacy during the week and on Sunday go to a different pharmacy, they will need to know that you have not missed a dose. This means that you will have to show your receipt from the day before from the other pharmacy.
HOW DO I TRANSFER MY METHADONE OR SUBOXONE PRESCRIPTION?
Opiate replacement prescriptions, as well as any other narcotic presciptions, cannot be transferred from pharmacy to pharmacy. If you know that you will be at a different pharmacy for certain day(s) of the week, then the doctor will have to write a separate prescription for those days stating where the dose is to be received.