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For every $100 spent at a locally-owned pharmacy, $68 stays in the local community compared to only $43 if spent at a national chain.

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Drug Interaction Monitoring

There are many pills on the market these days and the chances of interactions are very high. These interactions could occur when taking two prescription medications that conflict, or even taking natural healing medications with prescription medications. The results could be fatal.

We always encourage you to tell your doctor about all of the medications you take. It may be a good idea to carry a list with you each time you visit the doctor’s office.

Most people do not realize that once you leave the doctor’s office and go to the pharmacy to have your medications filled, it is the responsibility of the pharmacist to monitor your medications.

This is the reason it is advisable to use only one pharmacy for all of your medication needs. Many large chain drug stores try to attract customers by offering $4 medications. The $4 medications were first introduced by large chain drug stores as “bait” to attract customers into their stores so they buy other goods and services. The sad truth is that their focus is not to help avoid drug interactions; they don’t mind you using another pharmacy for your other medications.

As a community based pharmacy, our interest is in our people. We accept $4 prescriptions so that our customers can get all of their medications here and we can monitor it on a monthly basis. Many independent pharmacies stopped accepting $4 scripts because the acquisition cost of the medication is more than $4. Thus they lose money on it. However, we believe that it is more important for our customers to be safe and get all of their medications here, rather than using multiple pharmacies.

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