We are a pharmacy and medical supply & equipment company located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. We have 4 locations, 3 in Winnipeg.
We offer Free, Private & Fast medication delivery anywhere in Winnipeg and everywhere in Manitoba. Emergency medication delivery available. Looking for options? Give us a call!Gail Halko
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Located at the main entrance of Health Sciences hospital in Winnipeg. The perfect place to stop and pick up your medications whether just leaving the hospital, working on site or as part of your clinic visit. We will get you what you need to get you home, and we can follow up with your home pharmacy to ensure all of your refills are available to you when you need them.
Located at Cree Crescent in Winnipeg and specializing in Non Insured Health Benefits, we offer pharmacy services and direct delivery of medications to nursing stations, health centres, or direct to patients anywhere in Manitoba, Northwest Ontario and Nunavut at no extra charge. Its private, fast and secure.
We offer a broad selection of medical supplies and equipment direct to individuals or stock ship to health programs or facilities. We have the flexibility to fill individual prescriptions and bill on line to most insurers, or provide bulk ordering and shipping to Health Centres, Nursing stations and Home & Community Care Programs.
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Offering certified diabetes education in easy to access formats. Access and learn about managing diabetes the way you need to. Also, for those trying to fit a new diagnosis into a busy schedule, we can fast track learning to allow you to incorporate health management on the fly. Covered by most insurance plans
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Grand Medicine Group of Companies
A multi-service aboriginal healthcare company meeting the needs of urban, rural and remote communities throughout Manitoba, Nunavut and Northwestern Ontario. Grand Medicine is pharmacy, medical supply, medical equipment, and offers free prescription delivery anywhere in Manitoba direct to you. We manage Pharmacare, CFS (both realtime and invoicing services offered) and NIHB claims management for First Nations. All of our pharmacies are licensed through the College of Pharmacists of Manitoba. More information can be found at http://www.cphm.ca/
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