Pharmacist owners in Quebec are affiliated
with Access-Pharma Walmart.
*Pharmacists cannot administer a flu shot to children under the age of five in most provinces and under the age of seven in Manitoba. Subject to vaccine availability. Not available in / excluding NWT.
Read the label, warnings, and inserts provided by the manufacturer and consult your pharmacist when purchasing such medications or natural health products. Always keep medications and natural health products out of reach of children. Every medication or natural health product may cause serious adverse reactions or interactions with other medications.
Health Product Stewardship Association:
Do you have medication that is expired? Extra medication you bought but never used? Used sharps needed for health conditions in your household? Most households have medications and sharps that are expired or that are no longer needed. Don’t throw it out. You can return these medications and sharps to an Ontario Walmart Pharmacy through a program offered by the Health Product Stewardship Association called Ontario Medications Return Program (OMRP) and the Ontario Sharps Collection Program (OSCP). When you bring your used medication and sharps into the pharmacy you are doing your part to ensure that the items are being disposed of safely – keeping them out of the wrong hands, preventing needle stick injuries and protecting our environment.
For Québec customers, some products may only be available for purchase at Accès Pharma, Wal-Mart's Québec-based affiliated pharmacies www.accespharma.ca/en.