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Prescribing Services

-If it’s a one-time, emergency refill or a new prescription, our Clinical pharmacists are able to write prescriptions, for a variety of issues, and can adjust an existing prescription from your doctor as well.

Your Pulse Care Clinical pharmacist hold Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) Qualification and Additional Prescribing Authorization (APA) to perform certain tasks in order to improve front-line care. For instance, Our Clinical Pharmacist can prescribe drugs to treat several minor health problems. Our Clinical Pharmacist also have advance certification and expertise in Hypertension, Diabetes, Respiratory diseases, Pharmacogentics,Travel health, Nutritional Counselling and Pain management.

Following are some example of the medical Conditions which can be treated by our Clinical Pharmacist based on clinical assessment.

  • Cold Sore
  • Therapy
  • Oral Thrush and Canker Sores
  • Yeast Infections
  • Diaper Rash
  • Eye Inflammation/Infection
  • Headaches
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Jock Itch
  • Athletes Foot
  • Strains & Sprains
  • Strep Throat
  • Allergies
  • Heartburn
  • Menstrual Pain
  • Minor Acne
  • Mild Eczema and Rash
  • Minor Cuts
  • Mild Eczema and Rash
  • Nail Fungal Infections
  • Ringworm treatment
  • Previously Diagnosed Urinary Tract Infection
  • Allergic Rhinitis and Allergic Conjunctivitis

Contact us or drop by to see how our Clinical Prescribing Pharmacists can help you.

Medication Review & Management

A medication therapy review is a one-on-one consultation between a pharmacist and a patient during which the pharmacist collects information about the patient’s health conditions and all of the medications he/she takes – whether prescribed, over the counter, or a natural health product.

At Pulse Care We provide an expert assessment by Doctor of Pharmacy to verify medications, dosage, side effect and potential interactions. It also provides the opportunity to ask questions to better understand medications and the proper way they should be taken, reducing the risk for medication-related problems.


Immunization is one of the most important public health measures used to protect the health of Albertans. It is one of the most successful and cost-effective public health interventions.
Immunization helps your body to build immunity, or resistance, against certain diseases before you are exposed to those diseases. Vaccines are used for immunization.
Vaccines are very important to public health and their use has significantly contributed to the prevention and control of infectious diseases.
We offer wide range of routine and travel vaccination including but not limited to following

Hepatitis A (Twinrix®, Havrix®, Vivaxim®)
Hepatitis B (Twinrix®, Engerix®)
Thyphoid (Typhim Vi®, Vivotif®, Vivaxim®)
Cholera (Dukoral®) aka Traveller’s Diarrhea
Japanese Encephalitits (Ixiaro®)
Yellow Fever
Tetanus (ADACEL®)
Diphteria (ADACEL®)
Meningococcal Meningitis (Trumenba®, Nimenrix®)
Malaria (Malarone®)


Compounding is the creation of a pharmaceutical preparation—a drug—by a licensed pharmacist to meet the unique needs of an individual patient (either human or animal) when a commercially available drug does not meet those needs. A patient may not be able to tolerate the commercially available drug, the exact preparation needed may not be commercially available, or a patient may require a drug that is currently in shortage or discontinued. At Pulse Care we work with patients and physicians to provide a personal and customized solution to meet all your pharmaceutical needs. We have the ability to customize drug strengths, dosage forms (creams/ointments, tablets/capsules, suppositories, etc.), change flavours, or exclude specific ingredients present in commercially available products that may be allergy-inducing to some patients.

Following are a few examples of a compounding

  • Customize strength or dosage.
  • Flavor a medication (to make it more palatable for a child or a pet).
  • Reformulate the drug to exclude an unwanted, nonessential ingredient, such as lactose, gluten, or a dye to which a patient is allergic.
  • Change the form of the medication for patients who, for example, have difficulty swallowing or experience stomach upset when taking oral medication.

Specialty Vitamins, Herbal Supplements and Natural products

If you are following a restricted diet or have certain health conditions, you may need a multivitamin or other dietary supplements. We can offer personalized recommendations. Contact us online or call 587-400-3334 to book Comprehensive Consultation with Doctor Of Pharmacy

Diagnostic Testing

  • Covid-19 Rapid Antigen Test
  • Covid-19 PCR Test
  • Strep Throat Rapid Testing
  • TB Skin Test (Tuberculosis)
  • Point-of-Care INR Monitoring
  • Pharmacogenetic Testing

Smoking Cessation & Tabacco Education

Pharmacists trained in smoking cessation are better able to assess your readiness and ability to quit, help you change your behaviours to stop smoking, develop and customize an action plan to help you quit, monitor your progress, and support you through each step of your plan.Whether you are looking for a customized plan to help you stop smoking for good, seeking some advice on nicotine patches or anything in between, talk to our Expert pharmacist. You can start your plan to quit smoking today! 

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