Yes. The initial claim is always directed to the cardholder’s drug plan first and to a spouse’s plan second. Let us know about any other prescription drug coverage you may have when you join the Express Scripts Canada Pharmacy. You should submit claims for dependant children first to the plan of the spouse whose birth date is earliest in the year.
If the pharmacy has information on both drug cards, both plans can be billed electronically and payments will be charged in real time. Any outstanding balance from either drug plan will be charged to you as a copayment. You will be provided with a receipt signed by the pharmacist for each prescription dispensed.
You can pay with a major credit card, through online banking or by cheque.
Residents of NB, NS, NL, PEI
Express Scripts Pharmacy Atlantic Ltd.
PO Box 4623, CRO
Halifax, NS B3J 3Y9
Residents of ON
Express Scripts Pharmacy Ontario Ltd.
P.O. Box 9777, STATION A
Toronto, ON M5W 1R6
Residents of MB, SK and NT
Express Scripts Pharmacy Central Ltd.
PO BOX 6528, Main Post Office
Winnipeg, MB R3C 4N6
Residents of BC, AB, YT and NWT
Express Scripts Pharmacy West Ltd.
PO Box 6400, Station Terminal
Vancouver, BC V6B 6R3