Refill Prescription

Submit a picture of your new prescription using your phone and we will notify you when
it is ready for pick up! Please bring in the original prescription and allow us up to 3 hours to prepare.
Thank you!

Refill Prescription



    What are your operating hours?
    We are open Monday to Friday 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM. Saturday from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Sunday: Closed
    Do you offer Flu Vaccine?
    Yes, we do, subject to availability. Please call the pharmacy at 905-680-7077 to book an appointment.
    Do you offer diabetes consultation?
    We have certified diabetes consultation on-site. Please call the pharmacy to make an appointment at 905-680-7077.
    How do I send prescription on the website?
    Click on prescriptions and then from the drop down menu, click on new prescription then upload the prescription.
    Do you offer free compliance packaging?
    Yes, we can make it easier for patients to stay on schedule by having your prescriptions packaged along with your other recommended vitamins and supplements.
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