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:
- Grand River Hospital’s (GRH) retail pharmacy, the Health Care Centre Pharmacy, which is located beside Tim Hortons.
- Our inpatient hospital pharmacy, which serves GRH’s admitted patients.
The latest from GRH's pharmacies...
Diane Stephenson: supporting GRH’s pharmacy service for more than 30 yearsApril 24, 2019
Diane Stephenson realizes how much she has enjoyed working at Grand River Hospital over three decades.
GRH innovation ensures patients leave hospital with discharge medication in hand, improving care and convenienceDecember 18, 2018
Patients returning to the community after a hospital stay are benefiting from a home-grown innovation at Grand River Hospital that supports better care, saves time and improves coordination with healthcare providers.
Kathy Planinac: helping patients with cancer better manage their medicationDecember 15, 2018
Medications play an important role in the treatment of cancer and the pharmacist behind the medications play an equally important role.
Jane Martin: advancing regional health services in Waterloo WellingtonDecember 13, 2018
Jane Martin is focused on advancing several regional health programs at Grand River Hospital along with key diagnostic services to their full potential.
Anna Granic: supporting patient care through medication managementNovember 28, 2018
Managing cancer medications and medications taken for other health reasons may seem like a daunting task. But with expert pharmacists in GRH’s regional cancer program like Anna Granic, managing medications safety and effectively ensures patients receive the best possible care.
Kim McCullough: supporting exceptional pharmacy care in the GRH communityOctober 19, 2018
Kim McCullough is proud to be part of the Grand River Hospital community. And that community has made a big difference in her life, during the shared work of caring for patients and one of the most difficult times for her family.