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Pharmacy

Surgical Face Masks

There has been an influx of demand for surgical face masks since the coronavirus has spread globally. Unfortunately, the pharmacy no longer has face masks and the distributor for medical supplies has also sold out. There will be no restocking of the masks. Health Services has free supply of single use masks for the time …

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I still use OHIP+ if I’m a full time student? Unfortunately, you cannot. With the new regulations OHIP+ has enforced in April, if you have any private insurance then you cannot use your health card. If you are a full time student, you are automatically enrolled into the CUSA or GSA medication coverage and …

Pharmacy

Attention: Soon-to-be Carleton Students

For any students starting at Carleton next fall; The pharmacy can transfer most medications (cannot transfer narcotics) from your pharmacy back home. We have an online form located here. Once that is completed, we will send you an e-mail when your medication is ready to be picked up. It’s very important to remember to check …

Pharmacy

June 7, 2019

Today the pharmacy will be closing at 3:00pm. We’re sorry if that causes any inconveniences. Please feel free to send us a message through the contact us form or call and leave a message on our answering machine and we will get back to you as soon as possible on Monday. Thank you

Pharmacy

Immunizations

Why you should get vaccinated When you get vaccinated, you make your body stronger and more resistant to disease. No matter how healthy you are, you could get very sick or even die without vaccines to protect you. When you get vaccines, you protect everyone else around you as well. This includes our most vulnerable …

Pharmacy

OHIP +

New regulations for OHIP + will begin on April 1st, 2019. Details of the new changes can be found here; http://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/drugs/ohipplus/ If you find these changes to be unfair or unjust, feel free to send the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care the following note; Letter regarding the Ontario government’s decision to withdraw OHIP+ on …

Pharmacy

Emergency Contraception at The Prescription Shop

We were recently informed by a patient of excessive pricing at shoppers drug mart regarding emergency contraception (the morning after pill) We phoned both SDM and Rexall to check, and here’s what we found out: Our price: $17.99       SDM: $36.99     Rexall: $40.00 Why do the chain drug stores take advantage of this emergency situation to …