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2269 Schoenersville Road
Bethlehem PA. 18017
Lehigh Valley pharmacy serving the local community
Mon-Thurs: 09:00 to 09:30
Fri: 09:00 to 09:30
Sat: 09:00 to 09:30
Sun: 09:30 to 05:30
Walgreens Pharmacy - (610) 861-7494
2240 Schoenersville Rd., Bethlehem, PA. 18017
This lehigh valley pharmacy located in Bethlehem serves the local residents in the area. Walgreens pharmacy not only serves your needs for prescriptions put it is a good source for health & wellness products, health information and photo services.
Wegmens Pharmacy - (610) 317-1345
5000 Wegmans Drive, Bethlehem, PA. 18017
Wegmens pharmacy located in the Food Market store in Bethlehem provides lehigh valley residents with refill prescription services.
Bath Drug - (610) 837-9992
310 S. Walnut St., Bath, PA. 18014
Bath Drug is a local Lehigh Valley pharmacy that accepts most insurance prescription plans. They carry most specialty drugs and injections - Oncology, Arthritis, MS and more. Ask about senior citizen discounts.
CVS Pharmacy - (610) 691-4460
327 Woodlawn Avenue, Bethlehem, PA. 180184
CVS Pharmacy is a local Lehigh Valley pharmacy. Flu shots are available every day. No appointment needed or schedule a flu shot appointment. CVS pharmacy has an age restriction of 18 yrs and older. High dose flu shots and Pneumonia shots are also available at CVS.
Rite Aid Pharmacy - (610) 867-1004
2178 West Union Boulevard, Bethlehem, PA.
Rite Aid pharmacy in the Lehigh Valley will let you bring in your prescriptions and get your Personalized Medicare Part D Report. This report identifies the three lowest cost plans, based on your current medications.
Do not keep drug medicine in the medicine cabinet! Ironically, the medicine cabinet in a steamy, moist bathroom is not the best place to keep any drug medication - prescription or otherwise. The room's moisture can make drug medications less potent. It's best to keep medicines in a hall closet or on a high shelf in the kitchen.
Remember to keep prescription and nonprescription drug medications out of the reach of children .
Never repackage medications; keep them in their original child-proof containers so that you'll have the expiration date and instructions on hand. Toss medications when they have expired (usually 1 year for pills or sooner for liquids - check the prescription label for the expiration date) or the doctor has told you that your child should stop taking them.
Though most liquid medications are now flavored, some medicines can be mixed with chocolate or maple syrup to encourage children to take the entire dosage. Check with your pharmacist to see which sweetener works best with which drug. However, pharmacists discourage putting liquid medication into a bottle for babies; if they don't finish the bottle, they won't get all the medication.
What if your child takes the wrong dosage? Call the pharmacist or doctor right away, and follow his or her instructions.
If medications need to be refrigerated, make sure you keep them cool while traveling. Freezer packs in coolers work fine. If you can, take the entire medicine bottle; that way, you won't have any reason to forget the prescription dosage and if something happens to the medication, you can get a refill. And never mix two different drugs in the same pillbox.
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