Compounding Services at Wyndham Medical Pharmacy in Guelph

Here at Wyndham Medical Pharmacy in Guelph we prepare customized medications to help you and your physician improve the therapeutic outcome of your treatment.

Examples of compounding prescriptions for several conditions:

  • Pain Relieve;
  • Piles;
  • Skin conditions;

Available in several pharmaceutical forms:

  • Creams;
  • Ointments;
  • Suspension;
  • Elixir;
  • Syrup;

FREE Flu-Shot at Wyndham Medical Pharmacy in Guelph

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The most effective way to decrease complications and reduce the impact of the flu is to – get a preventative vaccine shot!

The North American vaccine is developed each year to work against three strains of influenza virus, based on trends seen in the Southern Hemisphere. The best time for vaccination is early October to mid-November.

Anyone who is in contact with high-risk populations (including health care workers) should also receive the vaccine.

Arthritis Symptom Checker

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Arthritis is an inflammatory disease that primarily affects joints. It takes the form of acute crises, followed by periods when the illness appears to be dormant. Both the crises and the remission periods can last from a few days to a few weeks, even a few months. During the crises, sufferers experience fatigue, stiffness in their joints (particularly their hands), and pain.

Click here to check and see if you are at risk for arthritis. 

Active health living. Keep exploring this summer.

Stay healthy this summer. Explore Canadian attractions, events and experiences and please do not forget to send us your pictures.


Did you know that you may be eligible for a free one-on-one medication review with your pharmacist as part of the Medication Review program?

You are eligible for the Medication Review program if you have a valid Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) card and if any one of these is true:

  • You take three or more prescription medications for a chronic condition.
  • You have been diagnosed with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.
  • You live in a licensed long-term care home.

Click here to book your appointment with us!