Pharmacy Services

Your pharmacist is your medication expert who can provide a wide range of health care services. 

Pharmacists can assess and prescribe for the following at no cost with a valid Nova Scotia Health Card. Contact your pharmacy to make an appointment. Card expired? Click here to renew. 

Pharmacists can also adapt or substitute your medication as needed. Your pharmacist can also complete a medication review to ensure your medications are giving you the best outcomes. (co pay may apply). 

Pharmacists can assess, and prescribe Covid-19 vaccines and Flu Shots.  Click here to book your appointment.

Meningitis B vaccines are also available at select pharmacies at no cost for eligible patients. Click here to book your appointment. 

Health Programs: 

Other Services:  

These services are also available at your pharmacy, however, fees may apply. Contact your pharmacy to make an appointment. 

Pilot Projects:  

Pharmacies across Nova Scotia participate in pilot projects in partnership with the Province of Nova Scotia to evaluate a broad range of pharmacy services. Your agreement to participate in the program gives you access to these services for free with a valid Nova Scotia Health Card. 

Community Pharmacist-led Anticoagulation Management Service (CPAMS) for patients taking warfarin 

Community Pharmacy Primary Care Clinic (CPPCC) offers an extended suite of pharmacy services at sites across the province. 

Wondering about pharmacy services for patients in long-term care? Download the one-pager here.