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Dispill Multi Dose

When you need to take numbers of medicationat different times of the day, it can be difficult to remember and keep track. Do you often need to call your caregiver/family memeber to organize your pill boxes? Well, you don’t need to worrry about it anymore as your local pharmacist can organize it all in one pack for you!

Kids Vitamin Program

Is your child a picky eater? Are you worried if he/she getting enough nutrients and vitamins through the diet? As children grow, it’s important for them to get enough vitamins and minerals to ensure optimal health.

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Medical Equipment

We carry a complete line of home medical equipment, home healthcare supplies, first aid supplies, specialty elastic braces, support hosiery, ambulatory and mobility aids, bathroom safety equipment, and much more.

Needing to check your blood pressure or blood sugar at home? We offer very affordable options and could be FREE with certain medicaid plans.

Compounding

When a health needs of a patient can not be met by FDA approved or commericially available medications, licensed/trained pharmacist are able to combine, mix or alter the ingredients to create a customized medication/unique treatment to meet patient needs. Compunded medications are made based on doctor’s prescription which list exact ingredients, strengths and dosage forms. An example of compounded drug would be when patient has an corn allergy. Mostly, all form of medications contains some traces of corn, therefore compounding is the only way to get corn-free medications.
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Immunization

At East Norriton Pharmacy, we offer routine immunizations with short wait times and no appointment needed. Our knowledgeable, experienced staff can assess your needs, provide proof of your vaccinations, and bill your insurance carrier directly.

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