FREE medications at ShopRite

Dated: 01/10/2012

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Here’s a little-known fact….ShopRite pharmacies are here to help ease the pain of cold and flu season with a program that offers to fill a prescription for antibiotic free of charge! They’re FDA-approved, and offered as a community service during the cold/cough/flu season. If your medication isn’t on the list, the pharmacist can talk to your prescriber to see if a switch can be made.

They also offer seven generic diabetes medications FREE of charge!

Ask the pharmacist at your local ShopRite about this wonderful program, or look it up on the ShopRite website.

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Kim-Adele Rosner

I've been living with my family in Rockland for over a decade and becoming a part of this wonderful community has enriched my life. I love to share Rockland's special secrets with people as they consi....

2 comments in this topic

  • Posted by Kim-Adele Rosner
    01/11/2012
    Great information Ellen!
  • Posted by Kim-Adele Rosner
    01/11/2012
    I think you should add the locations and phone numbers of the local Shop Rite pharmacies here in Rockland!!!

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