Grand Medicine.

Pharmacy | Medical Supplies | Medical Equipment | Diabetes Education 

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

Director, Grand Medicine

Quick Connect dial direct from mobile devices

Grand Medicine
Winnipeg at Cree

Grand Medicine
Health Sciences Centre

Grand Medicine
Hodgson, MB

Grand Medicine
Medical Supply

Health Sciences Centre Pharmacy

Grand Medicine Health Sciences Pharmacy at HSC

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.

mail order pharmacy

Grand Medicine Health Services - Pharmacy

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.

medical supplies equipment

Grand Medicine Medical Supply & Equipment

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.

diabetes education

Grand Medicine Diabetes Education Centre

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


Grand Medicine Pharmacy - Hodgson

Providing pharmacy, medical supply and equipment services in Hodgson and the surrounding area.  We can do up your medication packs at no extra charge.

medical imaging


Offering medical imaging and information management solutions to Canadian healthcare institutions.

aboriginal partnerships

Business Opportunities

Partnerships between aboriginal and non aboriginal businesses is a way for both businesses to compete for business that neither would have access to on their own.

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

grand medicine logo, Otter

Grand Medicine: Award Winning Health Care

CPhA Patient Care Achievement award for Innovation 2012

Magnum Opus award 2010

Commitment to Care award 2007

Naloxone Kits now available at all our pharmacies.  Some Insurance coverage applies.  Be safe.  Get your kit today.

Pharmacy, Medical Supply, Health and other News

What is rhinophyma?

Rhinophyma is a skin disorder that causes the nose to become enlarged and bulbous. The nose may look red, swollen, and distorted.The condition is a subtype of rosacea, an inflammatory skin disease. Some people with rhinophyma may also experience symptoms of other...

read more

Could platypus venom help to treat diabetes?

With diabetes currently sweeping the United States, designing more effective treatments is paramount. New research finds a rather surprising source of a potential new drug: platypus venom.As we dig into platypus biology, surprises wait at every turn. The platypus is...

read more

Why do I wake up depressed?

There are many types of depression. Some, called diurnal variations, involve symptoms getting worse at certain times of the day.Symptoms of depression can include feelings of helplessness, sadness, and hopelessness, and these may be worse in the morning. The common...

read more

How do you treat a fecal impaction?

Fecal impaction is a severe bowel condition in which a hard, dry mass of stool becomes stuck in the colon or rectum. This immobile mass will block the passage and cause a buildup of waste, which a person will be unable to pass.Fecal impaction disturbs the normal...

read more

Red meat allergy may increase heart disease risk

It has come to light that many people in the United States are allergic to red meat. A new study suggests that the immune response that it triggers may increase heart disease risk.Researchers find another reason to skip red meat. That red meat can be bad for our...

read more

24-hour Holter monitoring: What to know

A Holter monitor is a medical device that records the heartbeat and checks for unusual signs. Doctors may order 24-hour Holter monitoring if they need more information about a person's heart, after having used standard electrocardiography.In this article, learn what...

read more

Stable angina: Everything you need to know

Angina is when a person has a painful feeling of squeezing, pressure, or tightness in the chest. It is often a symptom of coronary heart disease.A person with stable angina usually has something blocking their arteries or making it difficult for fresh blood to flow...

read more

What to know about glossitis

Glossitis is typically characterized by an inflammation of the tongue. It can also cause changes in the tongue's texture and color.Along with swelling, glossitis can change the color and surface texture of the tongue because the condition causes the small bumps on the...

read more

A supple aorta might slow brain aging

According to a study in older adults, memory performance as we age may be associated with the flexibility of the largest artery in our body: the aorta.Cognitive decline with age might not be inevitable. As we grow older, there is an inevitable decline in many of our...

read more

What causes forehead acne?

People can develop forehead acne and pimples when tiny glands below the surface of the skin become blocked. Acne frequently develops on a person's forehead, although it can also develop in many places on the body.Hormonal changes, stress, and poor hygiene are all...

read more

Coronary artery spasm: What to know

A coronary artery spasm happens when the walls of blood vessels squeeze together, causing a part of the blood vessel to narrow.The spasm itself is not always severe or even painful. Sometimes, however, it can lead to serious problems, including heart attack or even...

read more

What is a urine specific gravity test?

A urine specific gravity test compares the density of urine with the density of water. It allows doctors to see the concentration of all particles that are present in the urine.The test involves collecting a urine sample that will help give a doctor an idea of a...

read more

What is refeeding?

Refeeding syndrome can develop when someone who is malnourished begins to eat again. The syndrome occurs because of the reintroduction of glucose, or sugar. As the body digests and metabolizes food again, this can cause sudden shifts in the balance of electrolytes and...

read more

Frozen orange juice may be more healthful than fresh

A new study tests the bioaccessibility — or amount of nutrients in a compound that can be absorbed by our intestines and sent to the rest of our body — of fresh, pasteurized, and deep-frozen orange juices. The results may come as a surprise.Fresh orange juice has the...

read more

Propofol (Diprivan) Safety

Propofol (Diprivan) Safety Medical Author: Benjamin C. Wedro, MD, FACEP, FAAEMMedical Editor: Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD Propofol is a drug that was on trial as causing the death of the music icon. Guilt by association: not the doctor who administered the drug but...

read more

Is it bronchitis or asthma?

Asthma and bronchitis are respiratory conditions that can cause airway irritation, inflammation, and coughing. Sometimes, people mistake bronchitis for asthma and vice versa.Knowing how the two conditions can present themselves is essential, as the treatments people...

read more

Heart disease: Erectile dysfunction may double risk

If you have symptoms of erectile dysfunction, it might be a good idea to have your heart health checked. This is the main finding of a new study that suggests that erectile dysfunction might be an early sign of heart disease.For men, erectile dysfunction may be a...

read more
%d bloggers like this: