Have a question about your health?
“Do I need to finish my medication if I already feel better?”
“How soon can I start exercising after having surgery?”
“Do I really need to take that pill on an empty stomach?”
Your Express Scripts Canada pharmacist is a healthcare professional with a wealth of knowledge on a wide range of health topics. If you have a question about your health or medication, chances are, your Express Scripts Canada pharmacist knows the answer.
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What services does the ESC Pharmacy provide, and how can it improve health outcomes?
Answer from Express Scripts Canada Pharmacist:
Hi.I’m Prince Nagra, your Express Scripts Canada pharmacist. Welcome to Ask the Pharmacist.
Since 2011, the Express Scripts Canada Pharmacy has been transforming the Canadian pharmacy landscape and the way patients make decisions about their medications.
I am proud to say that we deliver elevated care for members with chronic and complex diseases and we take the time necessary to help them understand and stay on their medication. We pride ourselves on a specialized approach, delivering care that is personal, focused and unmatched.
At the Express Scripts Canada Pharmacy, we strive to:
But we are more than your average pharmacy.
This is especially important because at Express Scripts Canada, we know that members who take more than three medications often struggle with taking them as prescribed by their doctor. We care about our patients and want to make sure they stay adherent to their medication, which is just one of the reasons why we offer multiple enhanced packaging options.
The Express Scripts Canada Pharmacy is proud of its commitment to patient-centred care and is dedicated to building the pharmacy of the future, today.
Until next time, this has been Ask the Pharmacist. I wish you good health.
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