There are many ways we are making it easier and for you to consult with a pharmacist, refill your prescriptions and access your medications all from the comfort and safety of your home.
You can refill your prescriptions on line, by text message or calling your pharmacy.
You can now pick your prescriptions up curbside or access our free delivery service.*
Our new Pharmacy Specialty HUB acts as a coordination point between patient, healthcare practitioners and our 23 pharmacies. If biologics & specialty drugs are part of your complex health treatment, our team of specialty pharmacists are here for you.
The Co-op Pharmacy Speciality Hub will help reduce clinic workload by coordinating care between the patient, health care professional, insurance providers and patient support programs.
Our pharmacist can create a personalized care plan just for you. This helps ensure you understand the medications you are taking and helps identify and solve any medication-related problems you might have.
Talk to any of our pharmacists to determine the best time of day to take your medications, check for drug interactions, review side effects and develop a medication history.
Need a prescription refill but can’t get to a pharmacy? No problem. Simply call in your refill to one of our pharmacies and we’ll happily deliver it directly to your home - free of charge*. Call the store for further details.
*Free Prescription Delivery within the city limits of Calgary, Strathmore, Airdrie and High River. Delivery charges apply for areas outside these city limits. Ask us for more details
The licensee is required to provide, on the request of the patient, the name and practice permit of any regulated member who provides a pharmacy service to the patient or who engages in the practice of pharmacy with respect to a patient.
We ensure that only qualified pharmacists practice in our pharmacies. They must be licensed in the province of Alberta, and must maintain their knowledge and skills at the highest level possible.
The Alberta College of Pharmacists governs the pharmacy profession in Alberta to support and protect the public’s health and well-being. They set and enforce a high standard of competence and ethical conduct.
Patients who have concerns about the pharmacy services they receive are encouraged to discuss the problem directly with the pharmacist. Every pharmacy has a pharmacy licensee, responsible for the policies and procedures at the pharmacy, who can also address your concerns. If necessary, you may ask to speak to the licensee.
If you are still concerned, please contact the Alberta College of Pharmacists directly.
To view the pharmacy license by centre, please ﬁnd your Co-op Pharmacy location.
Judy Roberts, BSP
Senior Operations Director Pharmacy
Calgary Co-operative Association Limited
# 110 151 86th Ave SE
Calgary, AB T2H 3A5
B: 403-219-6025 ext. 6128