An expert in medication
A pharmacist is a medication specialist. To receive this certification, he must have completed a four-year pharmacy degree. Your pharmacist’s mission is to help you get the benefits from your medications while ensuring your safety and comfort.
Did you know?
Each day, your pharmacist must juggle more than 10,000 medications, 4,000 vitamins and natural products, 11,000 possible side effects 6,000 contraindications ! For the best follow-up, always see the same pharmacist: he has your file on hand… and your health at heart.
Invaluable cooperation with your doctor
Your medication file is closely related to your medical file, and your pharmacist is in the best position to assess the interaction and effectiveness of prescribed drugs. He also provides a wide range of services and follow-ups for drug therapies, particularly for chronic diseases.
Having your well-being in mind, your pharmacist will communicate as appropriate with your doctor or other health professionals to ensure that your treatment is a perfect fit for you.
In short, you have access to the services of a multidisciplinary team, just for you!
Tip # 1 Your pharmacist follows your health closely
For the best follow-up, always see the same pharmacist: he has your file on hand… and your health at heart.
Did you know?
More than 90% of you are loyal to your pharmacist.
A Professional you can trust
The personal information you entrust to your pharmacist is in good hands. As a health professional, it is his duty to ensure the confidentiality of any information you provide, and he can’t transmit any information from your pharmaceutical file without written authorization from you.
Tip # 2 Be careful
Always be on your guard when signing up for informational or promotional programs in connection with your medication. Often, subscribing means you give permission for your personal information to be shared with third parties.