Our pharmacy services provide a wide range of care for our inpatients as well as patients attending our programs on an outpatient basis.
We have two main services for our patients that we encourage you to read more about:
Partnership provides naloxone rescue kits to emergency patients at risk of an opioid overdoseDecember 12, 2016
Care providers at Grand River Hospital’s emergency department have a new harm reduction tool to help save the lives of people at risk of an opioid overdose.
Cathy McEwan: providing support in the Health Care Centre Pharmacy for a quarter centuryNovember 18, 2016
Cathy McEwan has had a first-hand view of patients’ changing needs through her work at GRH’s retail pharmacy.
Colleen Cameron: using questions for medication safetyOctober 24, 2016
Colleen Cameron is committed to the safest medication practices at Grand River Hospital. So she knows a few good questions can make all the difference for patients and families.
GRH’s retail pharmacy expands to offer more convenient service for cancer patientsOctober 21, 2016
Patients at Grand River Hospital’s Regional Cancer Centre have a more convenient option to pick up prescriptions. GRH has completed an expansion to the Health Care Centre Pharmacy, the hospital’s retail pharmacy service.
Mike Collins: educating future providers about better medication safetyJuly 25, 2016
Mike Collins, a clinical pharmacist in the oncology program at GRH, works closely with UW Pharmacy to coordinate the placement of students throughout the hospital. He is an alumnus of the first class of UW Pharmacy graduates in 2011.
GRH pharmacist Brett Barrett: indirect patient care with a big impactApril 3, 2016
Although she is not someone you will often see, Brett Barrett plays a vital role for some of the most seriously ill patients across the hospital.