Welcome to Clarks Pharmasave, your local community pharmacy in Simcoe, ON. We’re here to help with all your prescription and home healthcare supply needs including:
- refill prescriptions
- online prescriptions (our e-fill service)
- home health care products including blood monitors, compression stockings
- home healthcare supplies including ostomy products
- advice on weight loss and how to quit smoking
- travel vaccination service
- ADP-approved mobility aids – scooters, walkers and advice
- Pharmasave brand non-prescription medicines – saving you money
Your local compounding pharmacy
We’re also a specialist compounding pharmacy, creating personalized prescriptions tailor-made to your specific requirements.
Keep in touch with our latest special offer by downloading our flyer, or download our app for easy prescription refills online. Or come in and see us at any of our Simcoe locations – we’re always pleased to see you and always happy to help.
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