Who can use Pharmex?
Anyone having a prescription written by physician licensed in Canada may have his or her medication dispensed by Pharmex. We accept all major drug plan cards.
Are there any limitations on who can use Pharmex Direct?
Pharmex prescription services are available in BC, SK, or MB only for medications not included in those provincial formularies. We are unable to coordinate claims with those provincial pharmacare programs.
How do I enroll with Pharmex?
Complete our secure enrollment form. It’s that simple!
Is there a cost to enroll?
No. Enrolling with Pharmex is no different than enrolling with your local pharmacy.
Is there a cost for delivery?
Prescriptions are delivered at no cost to the patient.
Is my information secure?
How can I contact the Pharmacist?
Personal, professional, confidential counseling is available from our pharmacists Monday through Friday 9 am-5 pm Eastern Standard Time. You may leave a message at any time of day or night and our pharmacist will return your call during regular business hours. Our telephone numbers are 905 847-8224 ext 232 or toll free at 1-800-663-8637 ext 232.
You can also contact the pharmacist by email.
Is Pharmex the best choice for all of my medications?
Pharmex specializes in maintenance or long-term medications. If you have a prescription for an acute care need, an antibiotic for example, we will advise you in the best interest of your patient care, to have it filled locally.
What is a maintenance medication?
Maintenance medications control chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, cholesterol and depression. They are prescribed by your physician for extended periods of time.
How do I order new prescriptions?
When your doctor writes a prescription for a medication you have not previously taken, simply have him or her fax (or telephone) the prescription to Pharmex using the toll free numbers shown below:
Local phone: (905) 847-8224
Toll free: 1-800-663-8637
Local fax: (905) 847-8271
Toll free: 1-800-263-8746
Alternatively, you can mail the original prescription to us at the address shown on the Contact Us section of this site.
Can I fax a prescription myself?
In accordance with Provincial regulations, Pharmex cannot accept a fax from a patient.
How do I order my repeat prescription?
Requests for repeat prescriptions can be ordered a number of ways:
- Online using the Pharmex Repeat Prescription form.
- By phone, via voice mail options.
- By phone by speaking directly to a pharmacy technician at the number below.
- Having your physician fax or phone in repeat requests.
Local phone: 905 847-8224 ext 229
Toll free: 1-800-663-8637
What if I already have some of my prescription filled at my local pharmacy? Can I transfer those to Pharmex?
Yes. When you enroll complete the Request for Prescription Transfer section at the bottom of the enrollment form, or simply call, fax or e-mail us with the prescription number, and the pharmacy name and phone number and we’ll do the rest.
Please note, the law prohibits the transfer of narcotic medications. A new prescription would be required from your physician.
Does Pharmex sell over the counter products or supplements?
Pharmex offers exceptional pricing to our repeat customers on our most commonly requested over the counter products and supplements. We can ship these items for free when ordered with your repeat prescription. These items are not covered by insurance so the cost (including tax) will be charged to your credit card on file.
How quickly are my prescriptions delivered to me?
Our goal is to process and delivery your prescriptions within 24-48 hours of receipt. Longer delivery times may occur for packages delivered to Canadian provinces outside of Ontario. Delays may occur if the pharmacist needs clarification from your physicians office or yourself or if the prescription requested does not have a repeat remaining.
How are my prescriptions delivered?
Your medications are delivered in a discreet tamper-resistant package with no identifying marks as to the contents or source. Pharmex uses a number of different couriers including Priority Courier, Purolator, Atripco, and Fedex.
Is a signature required for delivery of my package?
Yes. All medications delivered to a patient require a signature by the patient or an agent designated by the patient.
What if no one is home to receive the delivery?
Priority Courier will leave notice that a package is available for pick-up and signature at your local Post Office.
How do I pay for my medications?
The enrollment process gathers all relevant information to fill your prescription including company benefit plan, Ontario Drug Benefit Program (ODB), drug card number, credit card number, etc. If you have anything to pay it is applied to your credit card at the time your medication is leaving the pharmacy.
Can other members of my family join even if they are not associated with my benefit plan?
Absolutely! We accept all major drug plans and welcome all your family members and friends to be a part of our great service!
Don’t hesitate to contact us.