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  • Adult
  • Minor surgery
  • Digital Mammography
  • Laboratory services
  • office visits
  • Digital X-Rays
  • Bone density services
  • Pharmacy services
  • Basic gynecological visits
  • Ultrasound scans
  • Referral services
Services:
  • Adult
  • Minor surgery
  • Referral services
  • Office visits
  • Digital X-Rays
  • Laboratory services
  • Basic gynecological visits
  • Ultrasound scans
  • Pharmacy services
Services:
  • Adult
  • Minor surgery
  • Laboratory services
  • office visits
  • Pharmacy services
  • Basic gynecological visits
  • Digital X-rays
  • Referral services

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Walk In Pharmacy

Our Pharmacists are here to help. Speak to us in person or over the phone. We consult on drug interaction or side effect concerns, CPR, Gout management and Asthma treatments guidelines. Speak to us if you suspect Opioid Dependence.

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  • Licensed & Registered Pharmacists - Over Ten Years' Experience

  • Pharmaceutical Care Counselling

  • Glucose, Cholesterol & Blood Pressure Screenings

  • Injectable Medications Available

  • Extra Advantage Care for Diabetics & Hypertensive Customers

  • Easy Prescription Transfer

  • Minimal Wait for Prescription Processing

  • Over-the-Counter Items

  • All Insurance Plans & NIB Drug Plan Members Accepted

  • Delivery Available Upon Request

  • Veterinary Medications Available

  • Easy NIB Registration Available

  • Drop off Expired Medication or Unused Medication for Proper Disposal

  • NIB covers hypertension medication for senior citizens over the age of 65 and civil servants (our staff can help patients with their registrations)

Hours of Operation

Hours of Operation

  • Collins Avenue Clinic

    Mon-Sat 7:00 AM - 10:00 PM
    Sun 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    Holidays 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM

  • Collins Avenue Clinic

    Mon-Sat 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
    Sun 12:00 NOON - 8:00 PM
    Holidays 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    Lab Hours
    Mon-Sat 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM
    Closed on Saturdays and Sundays

  • Collins Avenue Clinic

    Mon-Fri 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    Saturday 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    Sundays and Holidays – closed

Recalled Medications

Recalled Medications

  • Recalled medicine and
    batch numbers

    Collins Avenue Clinic

FAQ

What is this Pill for?

A doctor will write a prescription to treat a condition. Your Pharmacist will always explain what it is you are taking, how this medication is to be taken, what to expect while taking it, and for how long you must take it.

How should I take my medication?

You should take your medications how they are prescribed. Your Pharmacist will give you the specific instructions on how to take your medication. Your medication should always be labeled with:

  1. 1. Doctor's name
  2. 2. Pharmacy Name and Phone Number
  3. 3. Date
  4. 4. Instruction on frequency of dosage
  5. 5. Pharmacist's initial
How do I store my medication?

Some medications require specific storage requirements. Your Pharmacist will tell you if medications should be stored at room temperature, be refrigerated or kept out of direct sunlight.

Is this a brand or a generic medication?

Some prescriptions may be written for a brand or generic. Your pharmacist will indicate to you if the doctor wants you to have either and the difference in cost.

What is a co-pay?

A co-pay is what you are expected to pay once you receive your prescription. Your Insurance Company pays a portion and the "co-pay" is the difference. Each insurance company has its own co-pay variable. The Pharmacist will call and confirm what this amount is.

What is the difference between a brand and generic medication?

One Manufacturer develops and markets a new drug. It has a seven-year window to exclusively sell this product. At the end of seven years many manufacturers are allowed to then use the exact same active ingredients to make this medication. This allows for competition and there is a difference in cost. All medications must meet tough standards to ensure that they are as effective as the original brand name product.

What happens if I miss a dose of my medication?

If a dose is missed we ask Patients to speak with their Pharmacist. Normally patients may be asked not to panic and to resume schedule as normal. It is always advised that you speak with your Pharmacist first as different medications may have different criteria for missed dose.

What can I expect when I take this medication?

All medications have side effects and how they affect each patient may differ. Some effects may be manageable and tolerable, while others may be severe and require medical attention. The general principle is that if a side effect is severe STOP TAKING YOUR MEDICATION and call your Doctor or Pharmacist right away.

Why is this pill a different color than my past pill?

Your medication may look different especially if it is a generic as different manufacturers may have made it. It is still advised that if your medication looks different you should always speak with your pharmacist for clarity.

Can I take medication I took last year for the same symptoms I am experiencing now?

Once a medication has been used to treat a condition, it is advised that any leftover medication is disposed. All medications have expiry dates and "use before dates". Do not use any left over prescription medication, as these may be toxic.
If you are unsure of how to dispose of left over medication call your pharmacist.

Am I eligible for the National Drug Plan and how do I register?

Our pharmacy is able to have you registered on the spot and to have a card ready for pick up - usually in 1 day. Few pharmacies can afford this service.