Canmore Pharmacy / Drug Store
Ashif Bhadiani completed a Bachelor’s in Medical Sciences from The University Of Western Ontario in 2007 with a specialization in Pharmacology and Physiology. In order to simultaneously accomplish his wish to study further, and fulfill his desire to travel he went on to pursue a Masters Degree at the University of Nottingham in England In 2012. In 2016, he moved back to Canada in order to pursue his entrepreneurial goals and chose Alberta to practice pharmacy due to its’ unique and expanded scope of practice. Over the next few years he practiced as a Clinical Pharmacist for Shoppers Drug Mart, and in 2019 went on to be the Licensee and Pharmacy Manager at Reflections pharmacy. In 2020, Ashif relocated to Canmore and opened his first pharmacy venture, Grassroots Pharmacy.
Owner and Pharmacy manager
Olivia StephenPharmacist Olivia grew up right here in southern Alberta. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience at the University of Lethbridge before heading to the University of Alberta for her Doctor of Pharmacy. Olivia has relocated to Canmore after she finished school. She is passionate about patient care with a special interest in mental health care. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking, skiing and spending time with family.
Eduardo San Juan,
My name is Eduardo San Juan, I am a Pharmacy Assistant and I am so enthusiastic to assist my pharmacists and my co-workers.I am here to help you with your needs in filling your prescriptions, I also love to pay it forward and go above and beyond with each and every task, that I learned during my Pharmacy Assistant course. It was during the Pandemic when I realized, what else can I do to survive with this crucial circumstance that is currently going on? Others were laid off, others stayed home, and others are just kind of became vigilant and cautious not to have the sickness brought by Covid-19. In every aspect of our lives, may it be physically, mentally, emotionally, and even financially we somehow experienced the effects of this global pandemic and hope that the world will continue to become normal. So that is why, I saw the opportunity to challenge myself and learned few basic skills on how to operate a pharmacy, filling prescription, answering minor queries in accordance to my knowledge, booking appointments, etc. Something that Covid-19 made me positively. I graduated my Pharmacy assistant course last July 2021, so, Happy 1st year worksary (work anniversary 😉) to me.!!