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The LalliCare Pharmacy team believes that health care is a three-way partnership between you, your doctor and your pharmacist.
Our role is to spend time learning about you and your health and then, working with your doctor, recommend a course of treatment that suits you best. LalliCare Pharmacies have taken this collaborative approach towards patient care from the start and we are proud of its success.
Our pharmacies offer traditional prescription dispensing services as well as specialty compounding for you (and your pets!), blister packaging and free delivery throughout the Greater Victoria area.We also stock our shelves with home medical supplies and commercial health care products and are pleased to include these products with our prescription home delivery service.
For more information about our services, please call our 1139 Yates Street location at (250) 386-5100

SELF CARE

Lallicare health Team is a strong advocate of self care. You may have a better quality of life and less illness by doing some simple things for yourself and there are many ways you can change your habits, diet and indulgences that can have a positive effect on your heath.
Getting a personal assessment from a LalliCare pharmacist ( Sukhi Lalli, Sonia Lalli, Angie Dhami ) is a great step towards better health. Our patient-care approach complements your visits to your family doctor, massage therapist, acupuncturist and other members of your health team, With sufficient information on your health status, we may recommend a supportive therapy or discuss an alternative one. To this end we offer a personal assessment, at no charge, to help you take care.

MEDICINES AND YOU

Q : I have some out-of-date over the counter medicine. Can I throw them out or flush them down the toilet?

A : No. It doesn’t matter whether the pills are OTC or prescription, please bring them in to our Yates Street or Esquimalt Road location for proper disposal.

Q : Should I have a flu shot? I’m a healthy 68 year old female and I don’t get out much. My family thinks I’m in the at-risk age. Is that true?

A : You are in the at risk group and you should get a flu shot. You may be in good health today but, should your immune system be weakened by some other condition, you could become susceptible to the flu.

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