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Ontario Public Drug Programs

Maximizing the Quantity Dispensed for Chronic-Use Medications Posters

The following posters, designed by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care in collaboration with the Ontario Pharmacists Association and the Neighbourhood Pharmacy Association of Canada, are available for downloading and printing. Use these notices to help inform your patients about a policy that will save them both time and money.

Ontario Drug Benefit (ODB) program recipients are eligible to receive a three-month supply of their medication if they are a senior or receive drug benefits through the Ontario Disability Support Program or the Trillium Drug Program, and they take certain medications for a chronic condition such as:

  • high blood pressure
  • high cholesterol
  • diabetes.

For more information, please visit: Notice from the Executive Officer: Supporting Sustainability and Access for the Ontario Drug Benefit Program (PDF)

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