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Young's Pharmacy and Homecare

Your Local Guardian Store
Address: 47 Main Street South, Georgetown, Ontario L7G 3G2
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- Young's Dispensary
- Know Risk Health Services, providing nurse services and health education
- Better Living Home Health Care products and services including sleep apnea, diabetes care and compression therapy (stockings and sleeves), ostomy and colostomy and ambulatory blood pressure monitoring.
- In-home Shopping for aids for daily living, adaptive wear and more
- Homecare Product Installations
- Mobility, including scooters, wheelchairs walkers
- Supports and braces
- Full Service Postal Outlet
- Cosmetics
- Young's On Main For Gifts
- Hallmark Cards
- Renaissance Woman Boutique for post mastectomy/chemo fashion, lingerie, wigs, swimwear and prosthetics


Seniors Day Request a 15% discount on Tuesdays!


Delivery is free within a wide radius, and a nominal fee is charged beyond. Please check with the dispensary for details.


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Renaissance Woman Boutique


Renaissance Woman Boutique is a comfortable discrete space that specializes in fashion and post-mastectomy apparel, products and services


A unique boutique located in Young's Pharmacy & Homecare that further expands the many services offered by Young's. The elegant boutique is a comfortable discrete space that specializes in fashion and post-mastectomy apparel, products and services.


Renaissance Woman's extensive offerings include:
wigs, hats, scarves, lingerie, swimsuits, sun protective clothing, compression garments, cosmetics and giftware as well as post-mastectomy prostheses and now Lymphedema compression therapy.


Boutique manager, Liliane Ferley is a trained and certified fitter and is available for consultations during business hours and by appointment at other times. Rena Bishop and Stephanie Kozar, also certified fitters, join Liliane in staffing the boutique.


Rena, a trained aesthetician, and Young's Pharmacy's cosmetics manager, adds her cosmetics and skin care expertise. She is also a licensed hairstylist and adds wig fitting, and styling to Renaissance Woman's services.


Although the main focus of the boutique is assisting women during chemotherapy and post-mastectomy there are products and assistance for others as well, including those with 'hard to fit' figures.


Renaissance Woman is open 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM daily Mondays through Fridays. Consultations outside of these hours can be made by appointment by calling Young's Pharmacy & Homecare at 905 877-2711 and requesting Liliane's extension 133 or by emailing her at Renaissance Woman.

Young’s Guardian Pharmacy and Homcare since 1958
Some seniors may remember when a 'younger' Stu and Dorothy Young took over Robb's Drug Store and it became Young's Pharmacy.


That was 50 years ago!


Today, Neil, Ruth and all the Young's staff are still dedicated to Stu's philosophy of providing superior customer service to compete in an ever more competitive marketplace.


Young's is a 'legacy' pharmacy, a business that has passed from family to family since at least 1857, when records show a pharmacist named Thomas Ruston took over Watson & Ruston, Druggists and Stationers, presumably from his partner Mr. Watson. That was over 150 years ago!


Since 1958, at Young's, and 1975, at our sister store Medical Centre Pharmacy, the Young family and their staff have consistently embraced profession-enhancing innovation and good old-fashioned small town caring to make their pharmacies thrive.


As the last of Georgetown's original independent pharmacies, Young's is proud to be stronger and more competitive than ever.


To all the loyal customers who have chosen Young's over the years and to our new customers who have more recently 'discovered the difference' we say thanks.


This building was built to house Silver’s Clothing Store by the Georgetown Lumber Company in 1930. The site was previously occupied by a mill and a shack. The shack doubled in size in 1933 and enlarged again in 1947 when it’s length was extended. Previous owners were Morris Kennedy, Elijah Travis and H.P. Lawson.