Community of Practice for Pharmacies in East Toronto

Last updated: November 10, 2022

Michael Garron Hospital (MGH) partners with community pharmacies in East Toronto to provide support and guidance in the delivery of medications for local residents when and as needed.

The goal of this initiative is to ensure our community partners have the support they need to serve and respond to East Toronto’s health needs and to encourage equitable distribution of medications for local residents, especially those who are most vulnerable.

Where to find children's liquid tylenol in east toronto

Amid the current nation-wide shortage of over-the-counter liquid acetaminophen (Tylenol) for children, MGH is supporting community pharmacies in East Toronto by ensuring they have reliable emergency access to infant and children formulations of this medication where possible.

If your family needs infant or children's liquid Tylenol for pain and fever relief, you may be able to find supply at one of our pharmacy partners listed below.

Please note while these pharmacies may have some supply of liquid Tylenol for children, we cannot guarantee they will have supply at all times. At this time, we encourage families to buy only what they need to help ensure sufficient supply for other families in East Toronto in need of this medication.

East Danforth

Flemingdon Park

East York Pharmasave (840 Coxwell Ave., Unit #102)


Main Drug Mart (2558 Danforth Ave.)


Pharmasave Toronto East (825 Coxwell Ave. [Inside MGH])

Ariana Pharmacy (751 Don Mills Rd.)

Pape Village


Stanbury’s Pharmacy (1032 Pape Ave.)

Desh Guardian Pharmacy (2978 Danforth Ave.)


DrugSmart Pharmacy (5 The Market Place)


I.D.A. - Medimost Pharmacy (2883 Danforth Ave.)

 Thorncliffe Park       

Pharmasave Thorncliffe (65 Overlea Blvd., Unit #106)


Shifa Pharmacy (1 Leaside Park Dr., Unit #4)


If you do not see the medication you need on the shelf, please talk to the pharmacist on-site. You and your child do not need a prescription to access these products.

If the over-the-counter medication you need is not available, the pharmacist can conduct an assessment to make alternative recommendations.

If you do not see your community pharmacy in East Toronto in the above list and you would like your pharmacy to consider partnering with MGH, we encourage you to share this webpage ( with them. You can also ask them to contact our Pharmacy team using the information below.

Partnering with MGH

The community pharmacies we partner with are located in the catchment area for East Toronto Health Partners (ETHP), our Ontario Health Team.

Many of them are in or close to neighbourhoods in East Toronto where local residents face barriers to care and were disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

If you are a pharmacist in East Toronto and your community pharmacy is interested in partnering with MGH, please e-mail @email. A member of our Pharmacy team will respond to you within three business days.

Please note our team will continue to support community pharmacies in East Toronto as our capacity allows. If needed, we may prioritize pharmacies located in equity-deserving neighbourhoods in our catchment area.

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