As your local Good Neighbor Pharmacy, we offer quality products at affordable prices, while providing the personalized attention and customer service you expect from a local business. As your neighbors, we live, work and play in the same community as you and your family. We’re the local business owners you see in the neighborhood, at the school play, and volunteering at the local charity. We believe it is our responsibility to take care of our community and our neighbors, and it’s one we take very seriously. We thrive on the opportunity to serve you and your family to the best of our abilities because your business and your health are very important to us. Get to know your neighbor – we’re here to help.
Pharmacist Cindi Williams and Lori Johnson know how hard today's Moms work to take care of the family. We are a hometown pharmacy where our customers are truly like family to us. We offer personalized service to all our patients and truly give "Complete Care".
Complete Care Pharmacy FAQ
Q: Do I need to eat with my medication?
A: The answer varies with different medicines. In some cases, in some cases it doesn't matter and in other cases it is very important. Make certain you ask your pharmacist especially when you have a new prescription.
Q: How often can I get my medications refilled?
A: If your doctor has authorized prescription refills, your insurance company will only pay after a certain amount of time has passed. A good rule of thumb is 28 out of 30 days.
Q: Should I mention the over the counter medicines I take to my doctor?
A: Yes, always. Vitamins, over the counter cold medications and pain relievers should all be mentioned to your doctor because they can impact other things.
Q: How can I be certain my drugs are not interacting with each other?
A: The best way to monitor this is to always go to one pharmacy so your pharmacist has a record and can screen for interactions.
Q: Are Generic medications as good as Name Brands?
A: The FDA closely monitors all medications. Before a generic medication can be on the market, it must give the same blood levels as the name brand.