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Are you looking for a prescription for a minor ailment?

Are you looking for a product that might work better than what's available over-the-counter? If so, then consider booking an appointment with one of the primary care pharmacists at Credit Valley FHT.

Pharmacists can prescribe for several minor ailments now. Click button below to book your appointment.


Acid Reflux

aka Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD). 

Especially if it's affecting your quality of life, incl.  sleep.

Urinary Tract Infection 


For female patients only.

Male patient with UTI? Call front desk directly. 


Cold Sores

Typically small, painful lesions that develop around the lips.

Nose Allergies

Includes stuffy nose, itchy nose, and sneezing.


Itchy eye

(e.g. pink eye)

Could be due to allergies, bacterial infection, or a viral




Includes internal and external hemorrhoids.

Often related to bowel movement.


Skin Rash

Redness, itchiness, blisters, patchiness, etc. 

Includes eczema.

Nose Allergies

Do you have a known history of allergies? Are you looking 

for something more effective than what is over the counter?


Period Cramps

(incl. Premenstrual Cramps)

Although it is normal to experience discomfort, it is very

reasonable to find a medication to help you feel better.

Insect Bites & Hives


Red and swollen bumps on the skin.

Could be itchy and/or painful.


Oral Fungal Infection

Commonly, white curd-like spots on lips, inside of 

mouth/tongue, or on roof of mouth.

Tick Bites

Tick is still attached or was removed recently.

Also applicable if tick was suspected to be attached.


Skin Infection

Includes redness, warmth, swelling, tenderness of the skin, 

and boils or blisters.


If the medical issue you are experiencing is not any of the above, then book an appointment with our regular channels - i.e. with your family physician, or if urgent, as a same day appointment with one of our nurse practitioners.

*Minor ailments are health conditions that can be managed with minimal treatment and/or self-care strategies, and lab results are not usually required. These conditions are usually short-term, have a low risk of treatment masking underlying conditions, and only require minimal or short-term follow-up. Additionally, the pharmacist’s assessment of the patient would help determine any medication or medical history red flags that could suggest a more serious condition. If, in their judgment, lab tests were required, the patient would be referred to your family doctor.