New Process for Ordering NSPMP Duplicate Prescription Pads

Prescribers who are currently registered with the NSPMP can now re-order duplicate pads via email ( or fax: 902-481-3157.

Please include the following information with your request:

1.    Prescriber’s name
2.    Prescriber’s provincial license number
3.    Address of practice location for delivery (including postal code)
4.    Phone number to be printed on the pads
5.    Quantity (3 or 6 pads)

Once received, your order will be delivered via courier within three business days.

CLICK HERE to submit your order.



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Bio: Dr Peter MacDougall, PhD MD FRCPC is a Staff Anesthesiologist for the QEII Health Sciences Centre and an Assistant Professor at Dalhousie University.

After obtaining a PhD in Microbiology and Infectious Diseases from University of Calgary in 1990 Peter attended McMaster University, obtaining an MD in 1993 and a CCFP in 1995. Following one year of Family Practice anesthesia training in Toronto he practiced Family Medicine Anesthesia in Northern Ontario and then Windsor, Nova Scotia until 2002. Dr. MacDougall then entered the anesthesia residency at Dalhousie University, completing his FRCPC in 2005. Peter then studied Thoracic Anesthesia and Chronic Pain at the University Health Network in Toronto, Ontario. He is pleased to be back in Nova Scotia and looks forward to working with prescribers to develop novel strategies for managing chronic pain.