Pharmacies in New York

8005 Pharmacies found in New York
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18217 Rx Inc


718-480-8400 Community/Retail Pharmacy
18217 Jamaica Ave, Jamaica, NY 11423-2327
718-480-8400     718-838-9983

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184 Well Care Pharmacy Inc


718-329-2000 Community/Retail Pharmacy
70 E 184th St, Bronx, NY 10468-6502
718-329-2000     718-329-2001

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184th St Pharmacy Corp


347-787-5434 Community/Retail Pharmacy
69 E 184th St, Bronx, NY 10468-6501
347-787-5434     347-787-5435



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Quick Rx


845-295-3335 Community/Retail Pharmacy
279 Main St Ste 103, New Paltz, NY 12561-1624
845-295-3335     917-722-0851

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18th Ave Pharmacy Corp


718-331-3600 Pharmacy   Medicare
5411 18th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11204-1928
718-331-3600     718-331-3099

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Rx World Pharmacy


718-232-5566 Community/Retail Pharmacy
8110 18th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11214-2201
718-232-5566     718-232-5255

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1st Bronxcare Pharmacy Inc


718-483-9891 Pharmacy
438 E 149th St, Bronx, NY 10455-1304
718-483-9891     718-483-9893

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1st Bronxcare Pharmacy Inc


718-843-9891 Pharmacy
438 E 149th St, Bronx, NY 10455-1304
718-843-9891     718-843-9893

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1st Script Pharmacy Corp


917-717-8293 Community/Retail Pharmacy
20417 Hillside Ave Ste 328, Hollis, NY 11423-2213
917-717-8293    

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Foot Solutions


516-677-5110 Non-Pharmacy Dispensing Site
7961 Jericho Tpke, Woodbury, NY 11797-1210
516-677-5110    

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200 Bassett Road Operating Company, Llc


716-689-6681 Long Term Care Pharmacy
200 Bassett Rd, Williamsville, NY 14221-2639
716-689-6681    

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2000 Ninos Pharmacy


212-491-2910 Pharmacy
3663 Broadway, New York, NY 10031-1502
212-491-2910     212-491-9996

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2000 Ninos Pharmacy


212-491-2910 Pharmacy
601 W 150th St, New York, NY 10031-2449
212-491-2910     212-491-9996

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Alico Pharmacy


718-294-1949 Community/Retail Pharmacy
2027 Jerome Ave, Bronx, NY 10453-1803
718-294-1949     718-294-5993

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Tu Salud Pharmacy


347-590-0805 Pharmacy
2070a Jerome Ave, Bronx, NY 10453-1817
347-590-0805     347-590-0806

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21 Ave Pharmacy & Medical Supply Inc.


718-449-4949 Pharmacy   Medicare
8511 21st Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11214-3207
718-449-4949     718-449-4893


Type of Pharmacies:
Clinic Pharmacy: A pharmacy in a clinic, emergency room or hospital (outpatient) that dispenses medications to patients for self-administration under the supervision of a pharmacist.
Community/Retail Pharmacy: A pharmacy where pharmacists store, prepare, and dispense medicinal preparations and/or prescriptions for a local patient population in accordance with federal and state law; counsel patients and caregivers (sometimes independent of the dispensing process); administer vaccinations; and provide other professional services associated with pharmaceutical care such as health screenings, consultative services with other health care providers, collaborative practice, disease state management, and education classes.
Compounding Pharmacy: A pharmacy that specializes in the preparation of components into a drug preparation as the result of a Practitioner’s Prescription Drug Order or initiative based on the Practitioner/Patient/Pharmacist relationship in the course of professional practice. A compounding pharmacy utilizes specialized equipment and specially designed facilities necessary to meet the legal and quality requirements of its scope of compounding practice.
Home Infusion Therapy Pharmacy: Pharmacy-based, decentralized patient care organization with expertise in USP 797-compliant sterile drug compounding that provides care to patients with acute or chronic conditions generally pertaining to parenteral administration of drugs, biologics and nutritional formulae administered through catheters and/or needles in home and alternate sites. Extensive professional pharmacy services, care coordination, infusion nursing services, supplies and equipment are provided to optimize efficacy and compliance.
Institutional Pharmacy: A pharmacy in a hospital (inpatient) or institution used by pharmacists for the compounding and delivery of medicinal preparations to be administered to the patient by nursing or other authorized personnel. Institutional Pharmacies also counsel patients and caregivers; administer vaccinations; and provide other professional services associated with pharmaceutical care such as health screenings, consultative services with other health care providers, collaborative practice, disease state management, and education classes.