It’s 4 p.m. at the CVS Pharmacy on Main Street in New City, N.Y.
Walmart is continuing to expand its clinical offerings while ensuring that pharmacists practice at the top of their license so that patients benefit by getting quality health care.
Walgreens and Ohio-based health system TriHealth on Monday announced a plan to transfer seven of Walgreens’ existing company-managed clinics in the Cincinnati area to TriHealth.
Walgreens is acquiring nine of Novant Health’s retail pharmacies and the North Carolina-based health system will be opening clinics inside Walgreens stores.
Wegmans Pharmacies now have the influenza vaccine available for the 2019-2020 season.
CVS Health’s MinuteClinic received the Pathway to Excellence designation from the American Nurses Credentialing Center.
The Giant Pharmacy app allows customers to request refills, transfer prescriptions and view their prescription history.
Walmart is to partner with IBM, KPMG and Merck in a Food and Drug Administration program that will seek to develop an “electronic, interoperable system” that can identify and trace certain drugs as they are distributed in the United States.
The expansion includes in-hospital delivery of patient prescriptions from a nearby Publix, as well as in-store telehealth centers at two of the retailer’s locations, the companies said.
Giant Eagle's Drug Take-Back Box is a permanent addition to the in-store pharmacy at 10 of its locations.
Rite Aid is making the Measles-Mumps-Rubella, or MMR, vaccine available upon request at pharmacies across California, including Los Angeles.
As part of National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day, the event looks to provide customers with a safe, convenient and anonymous way to dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs.
Meijer announced recently that its Consumer Drug Take-Back Program has collected more than four tons of unwanted medications across the Midwest.
Schnucks is opening its ninth specialty pharmacy in the Midwest, which is to serve Quad City patients.