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14-3919 Richmond Rd SW, Calgary, AB T3E 4P2, Canada

+1 403-457-9000

Open Hours

Mon – Fri: 10am - 7pm

Sat: 10am - 5pm

Sun: Closed

Licensed by

Alberta College of Pharmacy
1100-8215 112 Street NW

Edmonton, AB T6G2CB

Tel : 780-990-0321, Fax: 780-990-0328

Alberta Patient Concern Poster

The licensee is required to provide on the request of a patient, the name and practice permit number of any regulated member who provides a pharmacy service to the patient or who engages in the practice of pharmacy with respect to a patient.

Pharmacist Owner/Proprietor

Muhammad Farhad

14-3919 Richmond Rd SW
Calgary, Alberta T3E 4P2

Tel: +1 403-457-9000

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Frequently Asked

How do I order refills?

Refill orders can be placed through text, phone call, or emails. You can place orders through phone call through 403-457-9000 during the open hours from Monday to Wednesday from 10am – 07pm and from Thursday through Saturday from 08am to 06pm.

Can I get advice from a Pharmacist?

A pharmacist is trained on drug information therefore ensure that advice you receive about your medications comes from your pharmacist.

What kind of advice can you get from your Pharmacist?

You can ask the pharmacist for information regarding how the medicine might function in the body?, how you can use and should not use your medication?When should I start and stop taking my medication?, and what the medication does for you.

What sets Glamorgan Pharmacy apart from other Pharmacies?

Our expert pharmacists have access to information pertaining to understanding drug information. Therefore our pharmacists have the full capacity to advise patients on medications and health and wellness tips.

Should medication be refrigerated?

It is vital to store medication properly. Follow guidelines on the label for storage information, it should indicate if the medicine calls for refrigeration.

What should you do if you have an adverse reaction to a medication?

Contact your doctor or pharmacist as soon as possible. If your condition is life-threatening, call 911.