Meadows Pharmacy is Niagara’s oldest pharmacy.
It was established in 1929 by J.W. “Bill” Meadows at the historic “Five Corners”.
The pharmacy continued to operate at the Stamford Center until moving to the Stamford Green Plaza in 1958. J.M. “Jim” Pellow operated the business until Brian Pellow and Dennis Georgieff assumed ownership.
A second location at the corner of Thorold Stone Road and Montrose was added in 1990. In November 2004, the Montrose store was relocated to the Mount Carmel Centre. This new location features an expanded selection of products and extended store hours.
On June 26, 2017 our Stamford Green Shopping Centre location returned to its roots by relocating to Five Corners at the Commisso’s Plaza. Our Five Corners location is a brand new concept store that blends leading-edge technology and the latest expertise with friendly, personalized patient care, all in a clean, modern setting.
We look forward to serving you.