We’re building a new model of healthcare that puts the patient at the very centre. It’s seamless, it’s simple, and it’s for you.
Online prescriptions are about more than convenience. By introducing a new model of care, we’re on a mission to change behaviours, attitudes, and conventions around personal health in Canada.
Some people would rather avoid their issues than talk to a doctor in person or over the phone.
By adding a little discretion to the experience, we hope to sidestep the stigmas that prevent people from making their lives better.
Getting your meds online isn’t just better for you — it’s better for doctors, clinics, and the broader Canadian healthcare system.
Help us alleviate the immense pressure doctors are facing and reduce wait times for those who need in-person attention the most.
In a single week of 2016, Health Canada seized $2.5 million worth of counterfeit prescription medication at the border, 98% of it claiming to treat sexual health conditions.
By making authentic, doctor-prescribed meds available via Felix, we hope to provide a safe and legal alternative to the black market online.
At Felix we are curious, take ownership and act with integrity. We are committed to finding a way and always putting patient care first. This is our team.
We trust our medical team to live by our value of always putting your health first. They know what’s best and they are here for you.
Dr. Anderson is an emergency medicine and HIV primary care physician. She obtained her speciality training in HIV at St Michael's Hospital in Toronto while pursuing practice-route specialization in emergency medicine. She is passionate about providing high-quality and accessible patient care through telemedicine.
Dr. Peltz is a urologist with a clinical interest in sexual health and research interests in innovative care models and medical education. She completed a residency in urology at the University of Toronto, followed by a clinical fellowship in endourology and minimally invasive surgery. She currently works as a urologist at the Toronto General Hospital and is completing a research fellowship in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety.
Dr. Daly is a Family and Emergency Medicine physician who currently practices in Georgetown, Ontario. She has a wide range of interests within medicine, including Women’s Health, palliative care and rural and remote medicine. She has practiced in many different environments across Canada including Newfoundland & Labrador, Yukon, Northwestern Ontario and Women’s College Hospital in downtown Toronto.
Dr. Wijayasinghe is a family doctor in Toronto with a special interest in women's and sexual health. She studied medicine at the University of Alberta and completed her Family Medicine Residency and Fellowship in Low Risk Obstetrics at the University of Toronto. She is the Medical Director of Primary Care Outreach at Women's College Hospital and the Medical Director at the Immigrant Womens’ Health Center in Toronto and has a family practice at St. Michael's Hospital.
We're supported by some of Canada's leading physicians and pharmacists.
Dr. Solnik is an OB/GYN who practices at Mount Sinai and Women’s College Hospital, and is faculty at the University of Toronto. He trained and practiced in the U.S. at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles before being recruited to Canada to help improve gynaecological and surgical care for women.
Dr. Krakowsky is a urologist and sexual medicine physician at Women's College Hospital and Mount Sinai and the Vice Program Director of the urology training program at the University of Toronto. He completed a fellowship in sexual medicine and surgery at Harvard Medical School.
Previously the VP of Pharmacy for Rexall and President of the Ontario College of Pharmacists, Tracey Phillips is an established leader and pioneer of Pharmacology and a passionate advocate for improved patient care programs.
Roger Daher is a widely respected leader in Canadian Pharmacology. An operator of 10 Pharmacies in Ontario, Roger has over 30 years of experience in the Pharmacy industry.