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Get online prescriptions in Canada and prescription refills

Connect with doctors and nurse practitioners online in minutes to get prescriptions from your phone, tablet, or computer any time, 24/7, or by appointment.

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Getting a prescription on Maple is easy

First, send a request

Simply fill out a short form about the prescription you need — you can then either see a doctor in minutes or schedule an appointment with a specialist.

If you don’t have employer or insurer coverage, fees may apply since many virtual services aren’t covered by provincial health plans.

If payment is required, consultations for prescriptions start at $49. You’ll also need to provide a copy of your government ID to obtain a prescription.

Next, you'll hear from the doctor

Our doctors can provide a prescription for most medications as needed. If the doctor can help, your consultation will start right away and you'll begin speaking over text. They may also request an audio or video chat if it’ll help with your diagnosis.

If the doctor can't help, your consultation won’t start and you won't be charged. For example, doctors can’t provide prescriptions for narcotics or opiates on Maple. Instead, they’ll let you know if you need to visit a family practice or walk-in clinic.

Get your online prescription and refills

You'll see the details of the prescription including the drug name, dosage and frequency. The doctor's signature, licence number, and direct contact information is on the prescription if your pharmacist has any questions.

Prescriptions are sent directly to the pharmacy of your choice or you can choose free delivery to your home as well.

Please note: Maple is not a pharmaceutical manufacturer, nor are we an online pharmacy.
This means you'll need to buy your medication from the pharmacy once you have your prescription.

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Meet some of our doctors.

Our physicians are Canadian-licensed and practice family or emergency medicine right here in Canada.

Michael Verbora
Family Physician
Toronto
Dr. Michael Verbora

Dr. Verbora practices family medicine in Toronto, and specializes in student health. He received his Bachelor of Science with Honours from the University of Windsor, his Masters of Business Administration from Odette School of ...

Gita Kruger
Family & Urgent Care
Calgary
Dr. Gita Kruger

Dr. Gita Kruger is a practicing family medicine and urgent care physician in Calgary, Alberta. Her pre-medical education includes Masters of Science (MSc) degrees in both Audiology and Speech Pathology from Syracuse University ...

Garth Slysz
Family Physician
Charlottetown
Dr. Garth Slysz

Dr. Slysz has practiced as a family physician in Charlottetown in PEI for 26 years. Throughout that time he has cared for his patients in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He has taught family medicine residents and medical studen ...

Aleksandra Ferenc
Family Physician
Mississauga
Dr. Aleksandra Ferenc

Dr. Ferenc is a practicing family physician in Mississauga, who speaks both English and Polish. She received her Bachelor of Science from Queen’s University and her Doctor of Medicine from Jagiellonian University Medical Colle ...

Eric Fonberg
Family & ER Physician
Toronto
Dr. Eric Fonberg

Dr. Fonberg is a family and emergency physician with more than 30 years of experience practicing primary care and hospital based medicine. He received his Doctor of Medicine from Western University, and his Master of Public He ...

Mark D’Souza
ER Physician
Toronto
Dr. Mark D’Souza

Dr. D’Souza is a practicing emergency room physician in Toronto, with extensive experience in both adult and paediatric medicine. He received his Bachelor of Arts & Science from McMaster University, and his Doctor of Medic ...

Shafik Dharamshi
ER Physician
Toronto
Dr. Shafik Dharamshi

Dr. Dharamshi has been a staff physician in the emergency departments of the Scarborough Hospital and Rouge Valley Health System for the past 27 years. He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree from McMaster University, and h ...

Marni Brooks
Family Physician
Toronto
Dr. Marni Brooks

Dr. Brooks is a practicing family physician in Ontario. She received her Bachelor of Science degree at McGill University where she wrote her thesis in the area of paediatric pain. Dr. Brooks completed both a Master of Social W ...

Bharat Bahl
ER Physician
Toronto
Dr. Bharat Bahl

Dr. Bahl is a practicing emergency physician in the city of Toronto. He completed his Doctor of Medicine and Family Medicine training from the University of Toronto. He then obtained his speciality training in Emergency Medici ...

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get my prescriptions refilled?

If you’re on a certain type of medication such as high blood pressure or birth control, you can use Maple to speak with a doctor about getting a prescription refill online.

Simply log in to your account and request a consultation. Doctors can provide new prescriptions as well as prescription renewals and refills at their discretion.

How do online prescriptions work?

Similar to in-person visits, you’ll have a consultation with the doctor, and they’ll determine whether they can give you a prescription. If the doctor does provide an online prescription during your consultation, it’ll be a digital prescription sent to you in the Maple app. You can send the prescription to the pharmacy of your choice or have it delivered to your door at no additional cost.

You also have the option to get it delivered right to your door at no additional cost. We’re collaborating with partner pharmacies to offer convenient, reliable prescription deliveries across Canada.

For more details regarding delivery, click here. If you don’t need delivery, you can simply pick up your medications from the pharmacy of your choice.

Can my prescriptions be delivered?

Yes! Delivery is available for all prescriptions within 2-5 business days.

Can I order a prescription online?

You can use Maple for an online prescription consultation, and prescriptions are given at the doctor’s discretion. Once received, you’ll send your prescription to the pharmacy of your choice where you’ll be notified through the Maple app when it’s ready for pickup or have it delivered to your door at no additional cost.

Can online doctors write prescriptions?

Yes! Doctors on Maple can prescribe most medical prescriptions with the exception of controlled medications such as narcotics.

Prescriptions are given at the doctor’s discretion and can be sent directly to the pharmacy of your choice or delivered right to your door.

Can I purchase my prescriptions online?

If you’re using Maple and the doctor gives you a prescription, it’s included in the consultation fee. However, you’ll need to pay for your prescription medication at the pharmacy, the same way you would if you got a prescription from a doctor’s office in person. Your employer or insurer may cover some of these costs.

What kind of medications can online doctors prescribe?

Doctors can prescribe most medications as needed. They cannot prescribe controlled substances, such as narcotics.

Our online doctors can help treat anxiety, asthma, sinus infections, flu, diarrhea, back pain, panic attacks, vertigo, and so much more.

What is Maple?

With Maple, you can start talking to a doctor to get a prescription as needed in less than five minutes. We’re a healthcare app for fast, convenient, 24/7 access to Canadian-licensed doctors.

You simply log in, tap a button to request a consultation, and we’ll connect you with a doctor via live text, audio, or video.

Our online doctors can provide a diagnosis, treatment plans, prescriptions, sick notes, lab requisitions, and much more.

We also offer access to many specialists online, from dermatologists to endocrinologists. While you’d typically have to wait months to see one in person, there’s no waitlist or referral needed to speak with a Canadian-licensed specialist on Maple.

You can visit our How it works page to learn more.

Skip the waiting room — get an online prescription in Canada

Connect with a doctor online for a consultation and receive your prescription — including prescription renewals and online prescription refills—any time, 24/7.

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