Thank you for your patience and cooperation with changing protocols during the last few months. We are excited to see our customers back in the store.
Please note in compliance with the new Halton Hills by-law 2020-0037 all visitors over the age of 5 are required to wear a face mask covering the mouth and nose. Clients with underlying medical issues who are not able to wear a mask are exempt. Please remember to keep your social distance within the store.
Free Local Prescription Delivery and curbside pickup are still available. Online ordering of OTC medication and CPAP Supplies are available through our website. The Pharmacy is once again able to fill 90 days of prescriptions – you may call in your refill, or use the convenient Diem mobile app.
Vaccinations by a registered Nurse are available. Close contact assessments and fittings such as Sleep Apnea Therapy masks, Compression Stockings, and Bracing are not currently available.
Please check back for more updates as regions of the province move into Phase 3.
We appreciate your support!
Young’s Pharmacy and Homecare”
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