Welcome to Sullivan's Pharmacy, the pharmacy of choice in Peterborough!
Manage your prescriptions on the go.
Sullivan's Pharmacy is an independently owned and operated family business that has now joined the IDA Banner
We work closely with your physician in order to give you the best possible care. Whether you pick-up your prescription medication and other products at our pharmacy or have them delivered directly to your door, you will get the same professional service that has set us apart from competitors for years.
We boast a full-service pharmacy including blood glucometers and all health products for diabetic needs diabetes management, and a professional staff trained to care for all your healthcare needs.
Vitamins, Cold Medicine, and More!
We offer a large selection of over the counter products such as vitamins, cough and cold remedies, and first aid supplies. At Sullivan’s IDA Pharmacy, we have the knowledge and expertise to ensure your health and safety needs are being met.
Postal Service, Greeting Cards, and More!
Sullivan's Pharmacy is now offering Travel Health Consultations and Vaccinations
We have affiliated with ‘Travel Health Now’ to provide comprehensive consultations, then your medications and vaccinations are provided by our Pharmacy Team. For more information or to book a consultation, please visit www.travelhealthnow.ca or call the store.
Carrying on the Sullivan’s Pharmacy tradition in Peterborough’s East City
Jason Hinton now the sole owner after buying out partner.
PETERBOROUGH — The city’s oldest pharmacy now solely belongs to its lead pharmacist.
Jason Hinton is on his own at the helm of Sullivan’s Pharmacy after buying out his business partner Doug Shier.
Hinton and Shier bought Sullivan’s from the Sullivan family in 2014. They were both pharmacists at the East City business at the time, Hinton had been working there for 18 months and Shier for 32 years.
Hinton previously owned and operated Shoppers Drug Mart franchises downtown and at Mapleridge Plaza, dating back to 1997. Shier and Hinton revamped the iconic business and transitioned it to become part of the IDA chain, keeping the Sullivan name.
In February 2016, Shier took a leave of absence from the business, later deciding not to return. Hinton purchased his partner’s share and announced the sole ownership Thursday.