Proudly providing pharmacy services to students, staff, faculty and your families.
Our pharmacists can prescribe prescription medication for birth control, emergency contraception, and many minor ailments (including cold sores, mild acne, recurrent urinary tract infections, allergies, menstrual cramps, athletes foot, jock itch and more). Walk-ins welcome.
We offer annual flu shots mid-October until early spring each year. You must have a valid Saskatchewan Health card and be 9 years old or older for our FREE flu shots. No appointment necessary.
We offer FREE prescription delivery within Saskatoon and FREE Canada-wide prescription mail-out.
Medication injections (IM and SC) are administered by our pharmacists for a fee of $13 for students and $15 for non-students. You must have a valid prescription for the medication. The most common injections we administer are Depo-Provera, Gardasil, Twinrix, and Zostavax. No appointment necessary.
We offer FREE fittings for compression stockings. The USSU Student Drug Plan reimburses 100% for 2 pairs of stockings per academic year with a prescription. Many private insurance companies reimburse for 4 pairs per year. Ask us for details.
If you take multiple medications or have difficulty remembering to take your medications, considering asking us about blister packaging. We offer FREE weekly or monthly blister packaging for your medication.
We encourage athletes to ask our pharmacists before taking over-the-counter medication, so we can ensure the medication is permitted in your sport. Our pharmacists also provide skin checks with documentation and write prescriptions for tinea and impetigo.
We will help you save money on your medication! We will answer your questions and help you access medication coverage through the USSU Student Drug Plan, USFA, APSA, CUPE, Sask Health Special Support Program & all other major insurance plans.
We can transfer prescriptions to our pharmacy from ANYWHERE across Canada. Tell us the name of the pharmacy where you last had your prescription filled and our staff will do the rest!
Request your prescription REFILLS 24/7 online or by phone using your prescription number. You can also refill your prescriptions and order new prescriptions using our diem App. Using the app, you can send us a picture of your NEW prescription, and bring us the original prescription when you come in to pick up. If you need your prescription delivered, mailed-out, or ready in less than 24 hours, just send us a message in the comment. Note: The diem App will continue to add new features. For example, we expect that soon you will be able to view your medication profile using the diem App. Save time by ordering your prescriptions in advance!
Carla graduated from the University of Saskatchewan College of Pharmacy in 2005 and has over 10 years of experience as a community pharmacist. Carla is dedicated to supporting university students, student groups as well as local community organizations. Carla's areas of interest include improving pharmacy services, access to health services for vulnerable populations, mental health and eating disorders.
Amber has 15 years of experience as a pharmacist, working as a diabetes educator, smoking cessation health professional, and developing pharmacy services. She is one of the few pharmacists in the province who has experience working within a Collaborative Practice Agreement. Amber is working on her Masters degree at the University of Saskatchewan focusing on interprofessional healthcare.
Belinda has 20 years of experience working as a pharmacy assistant. In addition to preparing prescriptions and managing our medication inventory, Belinda is experienced fitting compression stockings.
Front Store Associate
Rachel has more than 2 years of experience working full time at our pharmacy while she also studies full time in the area of health sciences at the University of Saskatchewan. Rachel manages our front store and over-the-counter inventory, orders in products requested by patients, schedules medication delivery, and is instrumental in helping maintain the pharmacy.