Delivering medication to people around the corner and to all parts of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Northwest Ontario, & Nunavut
Grand Medicine Health Services has been providing northern medication delivery and service to people in rural and remote communities as well as Health Centres and Nursing Stations for almost a generation. For Healthcare facilities, our award winning approach ensures nurses and prescribers have a clean, clear understanding of current medication profiles, including compliance. Its an easy, passive system that allows nurses and prescribers to spend less time managing patient medications and more time in patient care. For people, our direct delivery solutions ensure people can access their medications when they need them, where they need them regardless of geography.
Sometimes Imitated. Never Duplicated.
Direct to client Delivery
When delivering to healthcare facilities, our non language based systems ensures processes can be easily adopted regardless of preferred language spoken. Request a presentation about our services, and how they can be tailored to meet your needs!
Direct to patient delivery
Mail Order prescription delivery
On-time delivery Promise
We say what we can do, and we do what we say. Be assured every effort will be made to honour our commitments for delivery, because we understand the challenges of remote living.
When the closest hospital is a Medivac away, emergency services is a must. Our well established logistics ensures quick actions that will produce real results. In most cases, we can get your emergency orders delivered within 12-24hrs.
Safety and the delivery process.
Our closed chain of custody whether through delivery to facilities or direct to patients ensures safety and accountability every step of the way. For healthcare facilities, our custom designed packing slips save time by ensuring the receiver is verifying package contents rather than prescriptions and reduces the time to receive a shipment by 80%. For our direct delivery clients Grand Medicine utilizes Canada Post, the only federally regulated delivery company in Canada.
Whether direct to patient or cargo shipping to healthcare facilities, our signature chain ensures the documentation of the hand-off of the item at delivery. In both cases, the name of the signatory is recorded as well as the signature.
Tracking, delivery updates and delivery confirmation
For shipments through Canada Post, both shipper and recipient can track delivery progress with a unique tracking number. You can also track from Canada Post’s mobile app or receive email notifications. For cargo shipments our track and trace department can advise you of the shipping status of every package in transit.
What does your pharmacist do?
Understanding my dispensing fee.
The nopal cactus is more commonly known as the prickly pear cactus. It is native to Mexico and famous for its health benefits due to its high antioxidant, vitamin, mineral, and fiber content.In this article, learn more about the uses and benefits of the nopal cactus...
NATIONAL CHIEF BULLETIN – AFN-Canada Memorandum of Understanding Meeting on Joint Priorities and UN Declaration Update
NATIONAL CHIEF BULLETIN – AFN-Canada Memorandum of Understanding Meeting on Joint Priorities and UN Declaration Update On November 20th, a delegation that included members of the AFN Executive, First Nations Chiefs, regional leadership, Elders and myself met...
Eating sugary or sweet foods can cause a temporary sweet aftertaste in the mouth. However, a persistent sweet taste in the mouth can be a sign of a more serious condition.A sweet taste in the mouth can be a signal of the body having trouble regulating blood sugar,...
Acetaminophen vs. ibuprofen for pain quick comparison of differences Acetaminophen (Tylenol and many other brand names) and ibuprofen (Advil) are used to manage mild to moderate pain and fever. These drugs belong to different drug classes. Acetaminophen is a pain...
Xanthan gum is a food thickener made from bacteria that infect numerous plants. It is an ingredient in a wide variety of foods, as well as products such as toothpaste. Though it may offer some health benefits, it is used primarily to change the texture of food, not...
Research led by the University of Saskatchewan in Canada has discovered that the diabetes drug metformin might reduce the development of multidrug resistance in vitro in breast cancer cells and may reverse resistance once it has occurred.MDR could be delayed,...
Grand Medicine Health Services
Grand Medicine Health Services
Suite A – 220 Cree Crescent Winnipeg,Manitoba, Canada R3J 3W1
Phone: 1-877-612-2132 Fax 1-877-612-2133
Hours of Operation
Monday – Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm
Closed weekends and holidays
Contact us *
* Please do not submit confidential or sensitive information of a personal or medical nature as the page is not secure.