You’re invited! Newly renovated Red Deer London Drugs opens May 31

Expanded selection, personalized services at new London Drugs include walk-in medical clinic

Join the celebration!

Get a first look at the new design and expanded store during the ribbon-cutting ceremony at 8:45 a.m. Friday, May 31. The first three customers in line will receive a London Drugs gift card, and the first customer will be invited to participate in the ribbon cutting!

The celebration continues June 1 to 3, with great deals throughout the store. Plus, from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, the Vancouver Aquarium brings the ocean to the Prairies with the AquaVan, a mobile education experience featuring live animals, marine artifacts and hands-on interactive activities designed to encourage stewardship of oceans and waterways.

What’s inside the new Red Deer London Drugs?

Walk-in Medical Clinic – Accepting new patients, the recently opened clinic makes non-urgent health care more accessible for Red Deer residents who may not currently have a family physician or are unable to see their physician quickly. Together with the pharmacy, the clinic will provide access to convenient, coordinated health care.

Pharmacy – An expanded consultation area and private consultation rooms support the expanded role of pharmacists in delivering a range of personalized health and wellness services including consultations, immunizations and point-of-care testing.

Cosmetics – Find exclusive, luxury cosmetic lines and an expanded selection of trusted favourites in the new beauty department.

Electronics – Your one-stop shop for technology essentials, the open technology environment and hosted workshops support customers’ connectivity needs for home and office.

Learning Lab – Trained London Drugs experts offer comprehensive educational workshops on topics from health and wellness to technology and sustainability in a classroom-style setting. The Learning Lab will also be available for local community groups, educators and experts.

London Drugs celebrates 35 years in Red Deer with continued support for the greater community

London Drugs has supported various charities during its 35 years in the city including Red Deer Regional Hospital, the Red Deer Immigrant Centre and Covenant Care. The store will continue this commitment with a $5,000 donation to the Red Deer Food Bank in celebration of the grand re-opening.

London Drugs Store Manager Brian Ozga says, “It’s always been a priority for us to make a positive difference in our community particularly when it comes to health care, charity and sustainability, and we’re proud to continue to serve this great community that has supported us for so many years. We look forward to welcoming the residents of Red Deer to our beautiful, new, revitalized London Drugs. Our well-trained experts in each of our departments are ready and excited to serve the residents of Red Deer now and well into the future. Please come see what we have in store!”

 

London Drugs store manager Brian Ozga invites the community to come check out the exciting changes at the Red Deer store.

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