Getting the most of your medications
The North York General Hospital Pharmacy at our General site offers individualized one-on-one pharmacist to patient medication assessment and education sessions to address any questions about drug therapy and disease management.
As these sessions may be up to 30 minutes, patients (or their health care provider) should call the pharmacy to make an appointment. There is no charge to the patient for these sessions.
Learn more about the Meds Check Program:
Managing several medications can be confusing. With all the different instructions and potential side effects, its hard to know if your drugs are working as well as they should. The Ontario government has realized the importance of proper medication management and the role of the pharmacist in ensuring better health outcomes. For that reason, the government has implemented this program for Ontario residents.
What is MedsCheck?
The MedsCheck program enables you to book an annual discussion with one of our pharmacists in the
outpatient pharmacy. This comprehensive review is a great opportunity to find out how your prescription, over-the-counter and alternative medications may be affecting you or each other. The pharmacist will provide you with an accurate and up-to-date medication list to take with you that can be used by other health care professionals to optimize your care.
What is the cost of this service?
This service is available at no cost to you.
Who is eligible for this service?
This service is available to patients taking three or more prescription medications for chronic conditions.
Let us help you manage all your medications. Book an appointment today.
To do checklist
Call the Pharmacy at 416-756-6752 to make an appointment.
Appointment date and time
Make a list of questions concerning your medications that you would like to ask the pharmacist during the consultation.
Bring all your medications to the appointment (including prescription medications, non-prescription medications, herbals, vitamins, devices, creams, etc
North York General Hospital
4001 Leslie Street
Ground floor (near the cafeteria)
Toronto ON M2K 1E1