Registered Pharmacy Technician

Medical Arts Pharmacy, located in Cornwall, Ontario is looking for a Registered Pharmacy Technician Licensed with the Ontario College of Pharmacists to join our team on a temporary Part-Time basis, with potential to lead to permanent status in the future. The successful candidate must be professional, confident and work well as an integral member of a […]

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Dementia Friendly Community

For the month of September, Medical Arts Pharmacy, 2 locations in Cornwall, would like to be part of the fundraising for Alzheimer’s Society and promoting dementia friendly community. For each dollar raised at the pharmacy (donation from customers or staff) Medical Arts Pharmacy would match the donation up to $500.

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Lights Of Hope

Medical Arts Supports Lights of Hope Campaign

The annual Lights of Hope campaign was a success thanks to the number of generous donations from the community.  The Religious Hospitalers of St. Joseph Health Centre of Cornwall Fund raises funds to support and improve services at the St. Joseph’s Continuing Care Centre.  As in passed years, Medical Arts Pharmacy has made a generous donation […]

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partners

Our Brand – Our Story

Medical Arts: Community pharmacy with a “difference” Stepping through the doors at Medical Arts – the locally owned, two-location pharmacy launched in the 1950s – one immediately notices a difference. It’s the pharmacists. They’re up front and at eye level without having to walk through aisles of groceries, gift items, greeting cards or cosmetics. says […]

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drive-thru

Revved and ready to use Drive-Thru

If it’s at Medical Arts, there are KEYS for success Vroom, vroom. From coffee, to donuts, banking and dry cleaning, we live in a drive-thru world. Do you know you can even get married in a drive-thru? It’s true, but only in Las Vegas.  So if drive-thru is so common, why did Medical Arts Pharmacy pull down its […]

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Remembering Rodolphe Struthers 1926 – 2016

  Rodolphe Struthers was born in Cornwall, Ontario on January 9, 1926. He was the sixth child of 10 children. In October 1944 he joined the Canadian Army and served in Canada, the United Kingdom and Continental Europe until September 1946. After leaving the armed services, he returned to his former job as a delivery […]

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