Understanding your medications is critical to your health and wellbeing. Your Murphy’s pharmacist can assess your medications to ensure that you are taking the right medication, at the right dose, at the right time and are not at risk for complications. We will also answer any questions you may have about your medications.
This service is covered by the Province of Prince Edward Island for:
- Seniors (65+ who are on 3 or more chronic medications covered by Provincial Formulary)
- Islanders covered by the Financial Assistance Program who are on 3 or more chronic medications (covered by Provincial Formulary)
- Individuals living with diabetes who are on at least one prescription medication used to treat diabetes (covered by Provincial Formulary)
Visit or call your local Murphy’s Pharmacy to book a consultation.
We can deliver your medications to your home or workplace. This service is complimentary. For more information and conditions contact your nearest Murphy’s Pharmacies location.
Murphy’s Pharmacies can provide clients with clearly labeled individual packages containing your medications which indicate the day and time your medications should be taken, making the process of taking medications both safe and easy. Call or visit your local Murphy’s Pharmacies location for more information.
Your Murphy’s Pharmacist can prescribe medications under certain conditions. For instance, if your prescription is expired and you are unable to see your doctor, a pharmacist can assess your situation and may be able to extend your prescription to avoid an interruption of drug therapy. Your Murphy’s pharmacist can also, under certain conditions, provide emergency prescription refills.
Murphy’s pharmacists can assess and prescribe for a variety of minor health conditions referred to as minor ailments. Why wait at the after hours clinic or for a doctor’s appointment when your pharmacist may be able to help?
What is a minor ailment?
A minor ailment is a less serious medical condition that does not require lab or blood tests. Minor ailments are usually short-term conditions that can be managed with minimal treatment and/or self care strategies. They can be managed by your pharmacist at the pharmacy.
A minor ailment can be treated with:
- “At-home” or self-care treatments
- Over the counter medication treatments
- Prescription medications
Please note that there is an assessment fee for this service. Your health service plan may help cover the cost.
Call or visit your local Murphy’s Pharmacies location for more information on pharmacist assessment and prescribing services.
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- Weight Loss
- Heart Health
- Hormone Health
- Diabetes Education
- Pain Management
- Travel Health
- Benefits of Medication Compounding
- Pain Management
- Customized Sports Medicine Solutions
- Hormone Health
Your Murphy’s pharmacist can administer flu vaccines, travel vaccines and other vaccines including the Shingles vaccine and HPV vaccine. It is easier than ever for you to receive the vaccinations you need when you need it. Call or visit your local Murphy’s Pharmacies location for more information or to book a consultation.
Flu Clinic Hotline: 902.892.1210
At Murphy’s Pharmacies, we are committed to building healthier communities. We are proud to offer health presentations to workplaces and community organizations. Our team of health professionals can present on a variety of topics.
Workplaces are recognized as the single most important channel to reach the adult population through health promotion programs. We offer:
- Health Clinics
- Health Risk Assessments
- Monthly Health Newsletter
- First Aid Training & CPR
- AED (Automated External Defibrillator) Sales
- Workplace Weight Loss Challenge
- Team Building Events
- Health Presentations