Grants Pass, Oregon
Mon – Fri 9 AM to 6 PM
Saturday 9 AM to 5 PM
Grants Pass Pharmacy is family owned and operated. We’ve been serving Grants Pass since 1933. Our commitment to providing counseling and care you can trust has allowed us to care for generations of Southern Oregon Families. As a compounding pharmacy, we are able to produce unique dosage forms of medications based on your preferences and/or restrictions. Examples include dye-free, preservative-free, alcohol-free, and/or sugar-free forms of medications.
We also invite you to step into yesteryear and visit our historic soda fountain while you wait for your prescriptions! Quench your thirst with an old fashioned phosphate and relax with us in our homey environment.
Locals will be the first to tell you why this pharmacy has been a stable since 1933:
“I was approached within a couple of minutes of entering the Grants Pass Pharmacy, and pleasantly surprised at the quick service. “May I help you?” WOW! Really friendly service. And the ladies there are very knowledgeable. This pharmacy is fully stocked with every medical supply imaginable. Thank You Grants Pass Pharmacy for helping me pick the correct items I needed for my dad.”
“It’s a pharmacy, with the quirk that it also hosts the historic soda fountain. You can grab a sundae or an old fashioned phosphate soda along with your aspirins.”
“Homey atmosphere, family owned, free cup of coffee while waiting on your prescription, and plenty of cute trinkets to look at. Nice place!”
PO Box 7
Crater Lake , OR 97604
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Professional River Guides
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Grants Pass, Oregon 97526
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