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Organization: Loblaw Pharmacy (No Frills) - Toronto - 222 Lansdowne Ave  
Phone Numbers: 416-588-7744
Fax: 416-588-3049
Email: phr03926@loblaw.ca
Website: www.drugstorepharmacy.ca
Address:
222 Lansdowne Ave
Toronto, ON
M6K 3C6
Intersection: Lansdowne Ave and Dundas St W
Location: Toronto (Little Portugal)
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 9am-9pm * Sat-Sun 9am-6pm
Contacts: Aleksandra Serafimovska - Pharmacist and Manager
Simona Tencaliuc - Pharmacist
Service Description: General pharmacy
  • medication placed in pill organizers (containers for storing scheduled doses) at no extra cost with a prescription
  • medication placed in blister packs (sealed, push-through packaging used to separate doses) at no extra cost with a prescription
  • free delivery for prescriptions within 6km
  • free seasonal flu vaccines
  • certified diabetes educator (CDE) available for consultations
  • basic home health care supplies
  • free take-home naloxone kits (emergency response kits for opioid overdose)
  • methadone dispensing

Medications Return Program - Safe disposal of expired or unused medications, creams, and inhalers

MedsCheck - Appointments in the patients home to review complex prescriptions with a pharmacist

MedsCheck at Home - Appointments in the patient's home to review complex prescriptions with a pharmacist

Pharmacy Smoking Cessation Program - Help to quit smoking, available for Ontario Drug Benefit recipients

Sharps Disposal Program - Safe disposal of syringes, pen needles, lancets, insulin pump infusion supplies, and test strips 

Located in grocery store

Fees: Dispensing fee plus medication costs * most prescribed medications for people 24 years and younger are covered by OHIP
Languages: English ; Romanian ; Tagalog
Area(s) Served:
Toronto (Little Portugal)  
See Also: Flu Vaccines (Seasonal)
Opioid Dependence
Pharmacies

This information was last completely updated on September 11, 2018

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Updated September 11, 2018
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