Typically I refer to it as a health disorder that can be treated with minimum intervention and/or self-care.
Can MisterPharmacist charge a fee for providing minor ailment services if you don't have a health card (OHIP) or is otherwise ineligible for reimbursement under Ministry of Health funding (i.e., exceeded plan maximums)?
As pharmacists become an increasingly important part of the healthcare system in Ontario, it is important to understand their role and how they can help treat minor ailments.
The role of pharmacists in the healthcare system is rapidly evolving. In Ontario, pharmacists are now able to prescribe certain medications and provide a range of services that can help improve patient outcomes.
Introduction: To answer a common question from parents, Ontario's regulations do not specify age restrictions for pharmacists to prescribe medication for minor ailments.
Here you folks, a compiled list of what drugs can be prescribed/ recommended by yours truly MisterPharmacist in Ontario.