8 Compounding Pharmacies in Toronto
When noses are red and kids are feeling blue, but they won't take their medicine—what's a mom to do? Try one of these local compounding pharmacies to help the medicine go down.
Yorkville's Markie pharmacy has a compounding lab and they carry a wide selection of natural and alternative products, as well as standard pharmaceutical fare.
Sunnybrook Hospital Pharmacies
Sunnybrook hospital's onsite compounding pharmacies isn't just for patients or staff. Bring your prescription and they'll fill it happily.
Haber's Compounding Pharmacy
Haber's compounding pharmacy on Bathurst is one of the best known in the city, and has been customizing medications at their location for over 20 years.
Vitality Compounding Pharmacy
Located in the Upper Beach, Vitality specializes in bio-identical hormone preparations, anti-aging alternatives and pain management therapy.
St Clair and Avenue Compounding Pharmacy
Well known in their neighbourhood, the St Clair and Avenue compounding pharmacy focuses on optimal health and carries European lines of health and beauty products.
Shoppers Drug Mart at SickKids Hospital
The Shoppers Drug Mart within SickKids Hospital offers a small compounding service for both patients and anyone else in the community, but note that other Shoppers locations do not generally offer compounding services.
Pace Pharmacy and Compounding
Located in the Church and Wellesley neighbourhood, Pace provides a holistic approach to health issues while providing full prescription services.
Apotheca Compounding Pharmacy
The pharmacists at Apotheca know how to effectively combat kids' objections over the poor taste of good medicine. Present your prescription and they can flavour those bright pink or cloudy white antibiotic-filled bottles with something more palatable for the kids. Those who are even more particular can request a specific flavouring.