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Your pharmacist owner affiliated to the Jean Coutu network is happy to provide you with health services tailored to your needs.
Since January 25, 2021, your pharmacist can practice new activities to make your life easier. Find out how he can help you everyday.
Your time is valuable. With our renewal services, you can avoid waiting at the pharmacy and give the pharmacist time to prepare your medication and analyze your file.
A pharmacist doesn’t just prepare your prescription. They are also responsible for ensuring you use your medication properly.
Your pharmacist works in collaboration with other health specialists every day, from doctors to dentists to nurses and other professionals. Communication between all these professionals can help improve the care you receive.
Are you experiencing health issues on a daily basis? Speak to your pharmacist. They can recommend an over-the-counter product or prescribe certain medications to help.
Your pharmacist can now vaccinate you. Influenza, shingles, pneumococcus... Consult the list of vaccines available and make an appointment at a pharmacy near you.
All the pharmacists in our network offer a range of practical services and know precisely how to meet your specific needs.
Before leaving on vacation, we try to prepare for every eventuality. With your pharmacist’s help, you can prevent or resolve certain health issues during travel.
Over-the-counter (OTC) medications can sometimes be very useful. They are easily accessible, but they are not without risks.
When health issues strike during the holidays, it’s reassuring to know that your pharmacist’s door remains open.
As a drug and healthcare specialist, your pharmacist can lend a hand in many situations. You can help your pharmacist to help you.
Storing medication appropriately is key in ensuring its effective and safe use. Here are some important principles to remember.
Whether or not your medications are prescribed, they should never be taken at the same time unless your doctor or pharmacist gives you the green light.