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Prescriptions for refill medication
Visit your pharmacy for an assessment and access to a physician at your pharmacy for prescription renewals. We cannot do refills for narcotics or other controlled medications.
Prescriptions for sexual health
Visit your pharmacy to have a private video consult with a physician and pick up your prescription all in one visit. For medications to treat Erectile Dysfunction and birth control.
Visit your pharmacy for a comprehensive assessment and see if medical cannabis is right for you
Going on a vacation or work trip? Visit your pharmacy to get a travel assessment and all your medications and vaccines you’ll need to keep your safe. * See Cost Below
Referrals to allied health professionals
Visit your pharmacy for an assessment and a referral to an allied health professional if necessary.
How It Works
Join our vision
We exist to provide improved access to healthcare and enabling collaboration between healthcare professionals using digital technologies. We provide a platform to connect health care providers with you, the patient, in one convenient location via innovations in technology.
Our physicians are Canadian certified family doctors. They work alongside the pharmacist to ensure that you, the patient, are appropriately cared for when using our telemedicine services.
See your trusted local pharmacist to get started. They will do an initial assessment of your needs and if necessary, connect you with a physician via video conference in a private room within the pharmacy.
Your trusted nurse can help you as well. During the next visit, if there is a need for a doctor they can have a doctor speaking to you in minutes.
Jean Paul Lim, MD, FRCPCMedical Director | Co-Founder
Graduated from University of British Columbia medical school and completed residency, fellowship in Internal Medicine and echocardiography certification at UBC.
Worked in Terrace, BC and Kitimat, BC as an Internal Medicine and Complex Care Specialist since 2011.
Started Echocardiography program at Mills Memorial Hospital; current Head of Echocardiography
Certified Anti-aging Specialist, American Academy of Anti Aging Medicine
Clinical Instructor, UBC
Medical Director, Concord Medical Centre
Medical Director, Ollo Health Technologies Inc
Mubashshir ZakirTechnology Director | Co-Founder
Graduated from University of British Columbia with a degree in computer science. Serial tech-entrepreneur with a track record of building enterprise level software.
Mubashshir has developed and launched a locum physician platform that currently operates in Canada and the United States. Created custom data collection solutions for many banks, credit unions and health care companies. He continues to grow Ollo Health Technologies, a community based allied health services provider in BC.
Director & Co-Founder, Swift Health Services Inc
Director & Co-Founder,Ollo Health Technologies Inc
Natasha Press, MD, FRCPCAdvisory Board Member
Graduated from University of Toronto medical school and completed residency and subspecialty fellowship in Internal Medicine and Infectious Disease at University of British Columbia. She then subsequently completed an HIV research fellowship at the CIHR Canadian HIV Trials Network
Clinical Associate Professor, UBC
Infectious Disease Specialist, St. Paul’s Hospital (Providence Health)
Cesilia Nishi, PharmDAdvisory Board Member
Graduated from the University of Alberta Pharmacy program with a Bachelor’s degree then completed a Doctor of Pharmacy degree at the University of British Columbia.
Works as a Clinical Pharmacy Specialist in Infectious Diseases at Vancouver Coastal Health.
Clinical Instructor, UBC
COVID 19 + Ollo Health
COVID 19 was recently recognized as a global pandemic. The number of infected patients in Canada continues to rise, with most cases in Ontario and BC. We all need to become involved and do our part to keep us all safe The most effective way to combat this infection is CONTAINMENT, which means preventing the spread of the disease rather than trying to treat it once it has already spread. The number of people needing medical attention is much smaller when dealing with containment than it is with treatment.
We know that this virus is spread through droplets, which means contact with infected saliva either through direct contact or touching a contaminated surface and then transferring it to your own mucous membranes (e.g. rubbing eyes, licking fingers, etc). So how do we best CONTAIN this disease? The answer is simple – limit the movement of those at risk of having the infection!
Ollo Health has partnered with health care providers to assess and test patients in their homes, thereby minimizing the risk of spreading the virus. Through our proprietary telemedicine platform, physicians can assess a patient’s risk of having COVID 19 infection through a collaborative care with nurses and other health care providers, without the person ever having to leave their homes. People can book an appointment and have a nurse attend to them at their home, and if necessary, collect appropriate samples for COVID 19 right on the spot. The nurse would then take the sample to the testing facility and the patient would check in with their family doctor approximately 3 days later for results. The nurse and physician team can also assess a person’s need to go to the hospital for more care in the comfort and safety of their own home. No more sitting in waiting rooms with other sick people. This is not just good from the public health standpoint but it will also provide the best satisfaction for the person being assessed as it will minimize their time under self-isolation and prevent unnecessary testing.
Innovation during times of crisis. This is how Ollo Health is helping to shape the medical care of British Columbians, and Canadians.