Clinton Drug Store is Clinton’s second oldest business and has been serving the area since 1895.
The current owner, Jim McBride, Pharm.D., takes a great deal of pride in giving customer service that is second to none. We understand the fact that as a customer you have choices in healthcare and we want to do what it takes to earn your business. You will be able to see from our website that we have many things to offer and are fully qualified to deliver the healthcare service you need. If at anytime you have questions or concerns please feel free to call and talk to one of our qualified staff.
Clinton Drug Store’s goal is to meet the home health care needs of our patients by providing the highest quality of pharmacy, prescription compounding alternatives, home medical equipment, supplies and services. We respect the rights of our patients, and are dedicated to providing responsive, timely customer service, while striving for 100% customer service. We ensure that members of our staff receive ongoing continuing education so that they are knowledgeable about the latest home health care products, proper fit and administration of prescribed equipment/service and are able to serve our clients effectively.
To be a place where customers want to come; a place that clinicians want to refer, and a place where people want to work.
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We also support RefillRx Mobile to provide you with a one tap solution for refilling your prescriptions. Simply scan the barcode on your bottle and watch as RefillRx Mobile sends your request to our pharmacy.
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