A Message to Our Customers About COVID-19
During these uncertain times, the health and wellbeing of our community is top of mind. As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, our stores and pharmacies will continue to provide the services and essentials you need. Our dedicated team will do our best to support you.
Here’s how you can help:
- Use the Pharmacy website to order your prescription refills
- If you are unwell, ask a neighbor, friend or family member to come to the store for you, or ask your pharmacy team member about other ways you can receive your prescriptions without coming into the store
- Practice social distancing if you need to come into the store or pharmacy
We will work together to keep our families and our communities healthy. This is our commitment to you.
Your Safeway Pharmacy offers programs and services to help you reach your personal health goals. Refill prescriptions, book appointments online or learn more about our services like medication reviews and immunizations.
Pharmacists with Extra Certification
Safeway Pharmacy employs Pharmacists with a variety of special interests and certifications. From Certified Diabetes Educators to having additional training in Compounding, we have a pharmacist to help you with your health needs.
Immunization and Flu Shots
Getting a flu shot or other immunizations is as easy as going to your Safeway Pharmacy. We offer a convenient immunization service for adults on a walk-in or appointment basis.
Family Health Online
Family Health Magazine and Safeway Pharmacy have worked together to provide accurate, easy to understand articles on a variety of health issues all online.
Refill and Fill Status
Refilling your prescription is easy! Request a refill online or by phone, check your fill status or set up MEDREMINDERS™ for your recurring prescriptions.
We offer programs and services to help you reach your personal health goals.
Select Safeway Pharmacy locations have Travel Health Centres with certified pharmacists to address all of your travel health and immunization needs.
The threat of heart disease and stroke is more urgent than ever with an aging population and rising rates of obesity and diabetes.