I.D.A. Clinic Services

I.D.A. is one of the first drug marts in the area to have Nurses on our team. We want to provide you with the best services and expand our current service offerings with our I.D.A. locations. Clinical services are by appointment only.

Clinic Services

  • TB Skin Test
  • Flu Shot
  • Immunizations and Injections
    • Haemophilus Influenza
    • Hepatitis
    • HPV
    • Meningtis
    • Pneumonia
    • Many more immunizations and injections available
  • Swab Samples
    • Rapid Strep Test
    • Full Body Assessemnt
  • Urinalysis
    • Pregnancy Test
    • UTI Test
    • Chem 7 – Infection Strip Test

    Additional Clinic Services

    LifeLabs:

    • Urine sample pickup with patients requisition at Queenstown Location
    • Results are received to patient’s chart automatically  
    • Results will be followed up by said physician if consultation is required  

    HARP- IDA Sexual Health Clinics:

    • Prescription for PrEP + Discrete delivery 
    • Requisition for STD Testing 
    • Free condoms and lube 
    • Educational Pamphlets 
    • HIV + Aids Counselling 

    Connecting with Doctors

    • 20-25 Family Physicians that operate through the Walk-In Clinic.
    • Appointment over phone
    • Write Prescriptions for medication not including controlled and narcotic medications.
    • Write Requestions for bloodwork, X-ray and ultrasound. 
    • Referrals to Specialities 
    • Online Registration available here
    • Doctors Notes: $20 

      Services Available

      • Ear issues 
      • Rashes 
      • Bites

      Our Team

      Julian, RN

      Julian Semczyszyn is a Registered Nurse with I.D.A Drug Marts. He was born and raised in Sault Ste. Marie and found his passion for the healthcare field by experiencing and witnessing the various services the community has to offer. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Nursing in April of 2020 and began his career as an RN. Entering the profession during such uncertain times has been a challenge but he has received valuable lessons and education that can be used to create a safer environment for the community. His main goal as a healthcare professional is to provide safe, non-judgmental and competent care to all of his clients while also offering health teaching when necessary to allow for each individual to make informed, evidence-based decisions. He strives to be a resource for the city and to make an impact on the way that the community experiences healthcare.    

      Jen, Clinic Assistant

      Jennifer Edwards is a Clinic Assistant and she was born in Sault Ste. Marie. She left for several years while growing up, and decided to return after she started her own family. While having many connections and attachments to the area it is a great place to raise a family in Jennifers opinion. She has spent the last decade working as a Pharmacy Assistant and Clinical Assistant through Telemedicine. Her job has allowed her to enjoy two of her passions; working with the community and helping others. For her, it is a great feeling to be involved in such a vital service and knowing that she can. Help make a difference in her hometown. She looks forward to the challenges and opportunities each day brings.

      Nick

      Nicholas Armanious has worked with I.D.A in many degrees. While he was a student at Algoma University, he had the opportunity to work in the only operating clinic within the Sault Ste. Marie area. Since then, Nick has been in pharmacy and a clinic assistant for a few years. It is through his job where he has the ability to help connect individuals’ with GTA physicians as they look into the clients health, listen to concerns without judgement and think about the next course(s) of action. The I.D.A. team looks forward to giving back to the community. In these unprecedented times, everyone tries their best to make sure you are safe and comfortable. “You are not alone’ we are here to grow with you. We are proud to be a part of Sault Ste. Marie’s community and we work for what you need. P.S. You are always welcome to stop by and ask questions or to simply say ‘Hi’”.