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Frequently Asked Questions Answered by Parkwood Pharmacy

Q. Can your pharmacy transfer prescription refills from another pharmacy?

A.Yes, Parkwood Pharmacy can transfer most prescription refills from your previous local pharmacy, as long as it’s located anywhere in Ontario. Please visit the Transfer Prescription page on this site or call us at 905-728-1668.

Q. Does your pharmacy offer online prescription renewals?

A.Yes. For convenient service, simply visit the Refill Prescription page on this site and fill out the e-form. Of course, we would be happy to speak with you directly through a telephone renewal, as well.

Q. Can you direct bill my drug plan?

A.Absolutely, as long as your health plans allows for electronic direct billing. To set up your account, just visit our pharmacy!

Q. Is it possible to obtain my prescriptions for more than one pharmacy?

A.Parkwood Pharmacy recommends that you only use our prescription services. Doing so allows us to serve you better and ensure that we keep up-to-date with the most accurate records.

Q. How should I dispose of my old medications?

A.Parkwood Pharmacy has a free medication disposal service for old or expired medications. Simply bring them to our pharmacy to evaluate whether they can be safely used or whether you should leave them with us for proper disposal.

Q. Does your pharmacy dispose of used syringes for patients?

A.Yes, a free syringe disposal service is available for all patients. For more details, stop by our pharmacy today.

Q. Do you provide tablet splitting of prescriptions?

A.Yes, our patient care plans includes free tablet splitting as needed by your prescription.

Q. I’m having difficulty remembering to take my medications. Do you have any solutions?

A.There are a number of things we offer to help you remember to take your medication as prescribed, including medication charts, weekly medication pill boxes and blister packs. In order to fully assess your medication compliance and individual needs, we provide annual medication to Ontario patients taking 3 or more medications.

Call us at 905-728-1668 or come in today!

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