We are here to help. Our pharmacists can help with prescribing for minor ailments and prescription renewals for chronic medications, and we are offering free* prescription delivery at no charge.
Our pharmacists encourage you to continue to order prescription refills based on previous fill quantities to help avoid potential drug shortages. Flu and Pneumonia vaccinations are still available at all of our pharmacies for Albertans ages 5 and older, pending supply. No appointment is necessary, but you can book ahead.
*Free for a limited time.
How You Can Help
Please CALL your Co-op pharmacist with your needs before visiting the store.
We now offer free delivery within Edmonton and Fort Saskatchewan.
Keep your Distance.
To protect you and your pharmacist, remember to keep a safe distance.
Our pharmacists are available to offer you counseling on your prescriptions, including important facts on how to take your medication and what to expect, as well as additional health care tips to assist you in selecting non-prescription products.
Health & Beauty
Keep yourself feeling great and looking great with the variety of health and beauty goods we have to offer. We have brand name products, as well as a line of store brand items.
Co-op Health & Beauty Store Brand
For more information about Co-op's health & beauty store brand, please visit our Store Brands website.
Your Co-op Pharmacy has temporarily adjusted their hours to 9am-5pm at all our locations. For location specific information, please click on one of our four locations below.
Fort Saskatchewan, AB
The licensee is required to provide, on the request of the patient, the name and practice permit of any regulated member who provides a pharmacy service to the patient or who engages in the practice of pharmacy with respect to a patient.
We ensure that only qualified pharmacists practice in our pharmacies. They must be licensed in the province of Alberta, and must maintain their knowledge and skills at the highest level possible.
Governance in Alberta
The Alberta College of Pharmacists governs the pharmacy profession in Alberta to support and protect the public’s health and well-being. They set and enforce a high standard of competence and ethical conduct.
Patients who have concerns about the pharmacy services they receive are encouraged to discuss the problem directly with the pharmacist. Every pharmacy has a pharmacy licensee, responsible for the policies and procedures at the pharmacy, who can also address your concerns. If necessary, you may ask to speak to the licensee.
Click this link to go to the Alberta College of Pharmacists website to view the Patient Concerns poster.
North Central Co-op's Pharmacies
For more information about our locations and programs, please click the Pharmacy link beside Discover More below.