Please not that Cheetham’s Pharmacy can do Pfizer-BionTech Vaccine Shots (1st shot only) starting 12th May, 2021. We only have 60 shots available (as per the SHA booking guidelines).
Please remember to bring your health card.
By appointment only - please call 306-653-5112
In 1994, Rick purchased an existing clinic pharmacy at 514 Queen St in Saskatoon, renaming it to Cheetham’s Pharmacy. With a passion for excellent customer service, Cheetham’s Pharmacy grew in clients and staff year after year to celebrating its 20th year in business with expansions in both staff and facilities. The Cheetham's Pharmacy Team is passionate about independent pharmacy, supporting the local economy, and giving back to the community. Rick believes the key to success is outstanding customer service and hiring only the best of the best.
"Personal Small Town Service in the Big City" Cheetham's Pharmacy has provided pharmaceutical care to the citizens of Saskatoon for over 20 years. Since opening in 1994, Cheetham's has evolved alongside the changes in pharmacy practice, and we offer a wide range of healthcare services. We specialize in exceptional customer service, seniors' wellness, pharmacy prescribing, and additional clinical services.
At Cheetham's Pharmacy, patient overall health and satisfaction is our main priority. With our extensive pharmaceutical knowledge, our team is dedicated to providing the best possible health care while building strong relationships with our patients. As pharmacy knowledge evolves, Cheetham's Pharmacy continues to be informed about upcoming healthcare services and new therapy.
Cheetham's Pharmacy Saskatoon has a vast array of clients from all walks of life. We are committed to meeting the individual needs of our valued patients. Everyone is welcome at Cheetham's!
You can walk in off the street into our cozy location on 514 Queen Street or experience our excellent delivery service anywhere in the city. Cheetham's Pharmacy has been at the same location in Saskatoon for over 20+ years.
Cheetham's Pharmacists are qualified medication experts who are capable of providing many health related services, such as
Medication Reviews are an interactive service where a pharmacist thoroughly assesses your current medications during face to face meeting. They are a great time to ask questions or bring up any concerns one may have about his or her health. Medication Reviews can help avoid unnecessary doctor and hospital visits, catch drug interactions, provide better understanding of medications to you and your loved ones, and give insight about your current health status.
Anyone who has tried to quit smoking knows its easier said that done. Our pharmacists are trained professionals who are ready to help. Whether you just want information on smoking cessation or you're ready to quit now, Cheetham's has the tools to guide you. Our pharmacists offer a step by step approach to assist you in choosing the best options to ensure your success.
Minor Ailments are minor health conditions that typically resolve on their own. However, that doesn't mean that they aren't bothersome and irritating. Rather than spend time in a waiting room to see a physician, visit our knowledgeable pharmacy team for an assessment. Click 'Read More' to find out what about what conditions pharmacists can prescribe for.
A strong heart is important to achieving overall health and wellness. Unfortunately, some individuals are more likely to encounter heart related health issues due to lifestyle choices and/or genetics. Understanding heart medications, blood pressure readings, cholesterol levels, and other heart-related aspects can be daunting. Our pharmacists at Cheetham's are readily available to answer all of your questions and offer trusted advice.
At Cheetham's, our pharmacy team recognizes that as you get older, overall health and wellness becomes a greater priority. Many conditions, such as diabetes, heart disease, arthritis, and dementia become more prevalent as we age. Keeping track of many different medications is challenging, and knowing whether or not you are making the right health decisions can be difficult. Our pharmacy team will work with you to ensure you and your loved ones are on appropriate medications and are making the best health choices.
Cheetham's Pharmacy in Saskatoon
Cheetham’s care home clients will receive the best pharmaceutical care possible. Each of our care homes is assigned a pharmacist, who makes in-home visits to patients and provides in-services to staff members about diseases and medications. Additionally, all of our regular services are offered to our care home clients. Medications are delivered either on a weekly or monthly basis depending on client preference. The Cheetham’s Pharmacy Team goes above and beyond to ensure that care-home staff, patients, and family members feel comfortable with health related matters and concerns. For more information, contact our pharmacy team!
Did you know our pharmacists are qualified to prescribe for certain conditions?
Acne is a skin condition affecting adolescents and adults that can appear as mild, moderate, and severe. Whiteheads and blackheads are the most commonly used terms to describe mild to moderate acne and their frequency determines the treatment plan. General face washing with a non-irritating soap in the morning and at night is recommended for anyone struggling to control acne. Additionally, medications (both non-prescription and prescription) can be used to keep acne from spreading. Severe acne, which appears as large inflammatory nodules, requires a doctor’s assessment and usually only responds to more aggressive prescription acne therapy. Visit our pharmacists to find out what type of acne you have and what treatment options are available.
Seasonal allergies, also known as Allergic Rhinitis, are an immune response to allergy triggers (i.e. pollen, dust) in the air. Allergies are often mistaken as the common cold, but usually involve more sneezing, a runny or stuffed nose, and eye irritation. Furthermore, allergies are more common in the spring and summer, whereas the common cold is more common in the fall and winter. Seasonal allergies can be quite bothersome and can affect concentration at work/school, sleeping habits, and your overall daily routine. Although seasonal allergies are rarely a serious medical condition, it is still important to receive proper treatment. There are both non-prescription and prescription medications available depending on the severity of the allergies. Regardless, it is important to start treatment prior to the allergy season in order to receive an effective result.
Eczema is a lifelong skin condition that first appears in early childhood and reoccurs periodically into adulthood. It is recognized by itchiness, oozing/weeping sores, and cracking/bleeding skin. Eczema ranges in severity and treatment options, but usually appears in several common sites (hands, wrists, legs, feet, behind the knees, neck, and face). Although eczema should first be diagnosed by a physician, pharmacists can prescribe medications to treat eczema flare-ups. Proper skin care and moisturizing is helpful to prevent eczema from worsening and often is the only treatment needed. However, prescription medication is sometime required when eczema becomes inflamed and irritated.
Cold sores are bothersome blisters that typically appear around the mouth and sometimes on the nostrils. They are caused by a virus known as Herpes Simplex and can reoccur several times a year. Cold sores are transmitted by saliva and can be passed on to another person when an infection is present. To reduce the severity of the infection, it is important to seek medication before the sore appears. Many people feel a tingling sensation a day or two before the lesion appears, which is the ideal time to seek treatment. Furthermore, cold sores can be triggered by illness, stress, medical procedures, and hormonal changes. Antiviral medication can be accessed without a prescription through pharmacists if the patient has been previously diagnosed with cold sores by a physician.
Diaper rash is a common skin rash that is caused by continuous exposure to urine and feces. The rash can simply be due to skin irritation, or it can be further complicated by an infection. Prompt treatment of an uncomplicated diaper rash, which usually appears as red shiny bumps, can help prevent infection. Often, changing diapers and allowing the skin to air out is enough to provide relief, but medicated creams are sometimes necessary.
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514 Queen Street, Saskatoon, SK S7K 0M5, CA
09:00 am – 05:00 pm
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