Pharmacists are licensed healthcare providers who can provide over-the-counter medications and helpful advice for a range of minor ailments. In order to provide you with the best care possible in a manner that suits you, they also collaborate with other medical professionals.
To make sure your condition doesn’t worsen, the pharmacist will also advise you if you need to see a doctor or other healthcare provider. Pharmacists are crucial in helping patients in managing their illnesses, understanding their prescriptions, and taking them as directed.
“Our pharmacists let you have confidence in the meds you take!”
How Our Pharmacists Can Help
While medication can help you get better, if it is not taken correctly, it can potentially cause harm. You should therefore learn everything you can about every medication you take.
Below are a few ways in which our pharmacists can help make your meds work:
- Help with minor illnesses – Pharmacists can help with a variety of common ailments and minor injuries by providing guidance and over-the-counter medication. Montgomery Pharmacy’s pharmacists help with everyday problems like aches, pains and skin rashes as well as common winter illnesses including colds, coughs, and the flu.
- Help with your meds – If you take a lot of different medications, one of our pharmacists may be able to help you through a confidential medication review. During this session, you will be able to discuss any questions you may have and how to take your medications on time. Ask one of our pharmacists any questions you may have regarding prescription or over-the-counter medications. Safe handling of medications is their speciality.
- Provide health advice – To discuss the best ways to keep you and your family healthy, stop by our pharmacy in Calgary and speak with our pharmacists. They offer a great deal of information on anything from healthy eating to weight loss and suggested forms of exercise.
At Montgomery Pharmacy, our pharmacists also provide you the opportunity to get your flu shots & travel vaccines, renew or transfer prescriptions, prescription refills, smoking cessation advice, diabetes supplies, and more.