Pharmacy

Our team of hospital pharmacists and pharmacy technicians provides safe and effective medications in our inpatient and outpatient areas, when prescribed by a physician.

Pharmacists are dedicated to helping you with your medication needs by performing medication assessments and monitoring to identify, prevent, and resolve actual and potential drug-related problems. Pharmacy technicians provide quality medications, prepared and delivered in a timely manner.

In addition, home visits to eligible patients are available from our team of Medication Management Support Services pharmacists for drug therapy assessments to ensure safe and effective transitions in medication use from hospital to home.

Medication Reminders

  • When you come to the hospital, bring all of your medications, ideally in their original packaging. Also helpful are medication lists, organizers, or any other way of tracking your medications and dosages. The pharmacist will need this to begin your medication assessment.
    • After your medication assessment is complete, you will need to send your medications back home for safe keeping.
  • Ask questions about your medications during your stay in hospital. Your pharmacist, doctor or nurse can help clarify anything you may not understand.
  • When you leave the hospital, make sure you take your prescriptions and the list of medications you were treated with while in hospital. Share these with your community drug store and family physician very soon after you leave the hospital. These important documents will help them continue with your care after returning home.