Yes. We have waiting areas at both pharmacies. If you need refills, however, we would prefer if you called in a day or two before pickup. This gives us a chance to contact your doctor if refill authorization is needed and also prevent an unnecessary wait if you happen to come in at a busy time. We can have your order ready for you when you stop by.
Simply call us, or bring in your old prescription bottles. We will call the other pharmacy for you and transfer your prescriptions here.
No. We keep our prices as low & competitive as possible, but because we concentrate on pharmacy, it is not economically feasible to offer a $4 generic plan.
Sometimes we will use different manufacturers for the same generic medication. The size, shape, color or imprint may have changed. We will inform you if a change has been made when you pick up your prescription. Please call if you ever have a question about your medication.
Yes, we offer free delivery. Please see the “SERVICES” web page for more information regarding this important service.
We do have mail service. Starting January 1, 2016, mail outs will be charged a fee. The cost of mailing has increased so substantially that we can no longer provide this service free of charge. Please see the “SERVICES” web page for more information regarding this important service.
Certain medications that are more susceptible to abuse or diversion require a hand written prescription from the doctor each time they are filled. Examples include morphine, Percocet, OxyContin (oxycodone) and Ritalin (methylphenidate). We can fax the doctor requesting the prescription. Some physicians require you to pick up the prescription at their office; others will bring or mail it to us for you.
Most clinics prefer the pharmacy to contact them about refills. When you call us, we will fax your request to the doctor. Most clinics request 24 to 48 hours to return our request. Should your request be denied, you will be contacted by either the clinic or us.