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Clinical Services

Our pharmacists offer a wide variety of services beyond filing your medications. Below is a list of consultation appointments that can be made to best serve your healthcare needs.

Create an appointment for a consultation with a pharmacist at little or no cost to you. Our services available are listed below. 

Smoking Cessation 

Want to quit smoking? Our pharmacists can dispense nicotine replacement therapy.

Available products: 

  • Nicotine patch

  • Nicotine gum

  • Nicotine lozenge

Birth Control

Those interested in starting or changing your form of birth control can consult with the pharmacist to discuss and dispense contraceptives. If eligible, patients will fill out a questionnaire to determine the right birth control for you.


HIV Post-Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP)

Have you been exposed to a person known to be HIV positive or with unknown HIV status? You can discuss post-exposure options with a pharmacist. Sign up for an appointment below or stop by the pharmacy within 72 hours of exposure.

A1c & BP Testing

Need an updated reading? Our pharmacists can measure your blood sugar and blood pressure. 

Prenatal Vitamins

If you are pregnant or planning on becoming pregnant, our pharmacists can dispense prenatal supplementation.

Opioid Antagonists

If you are at risk for an opioid overdose, you can consult with the pharmacist about dispensing one of these products.

Medication Administration

Do you have a prescription for a long acting injectable (LAI) medication and want a trained healthcare provider to administer it for you?

These include medications such as: 

  • Testosterone

  • Vitamin B12

  • Haldol (haloperidol deconate)

  • Invega Sustenna (paliperidone plamitate)

  • Abilify Maintena (aripiprazole)


Sign up for an appointment or stop by the pharmacy to be counseled on your medication and receive your injection today!

Glucagon for Hypoglycemia

Are you at risk of severly low blood sugar? Our pharmacists can dispense a glucagon prescription for treatment of hypoglycemia.

*eligibility determined by NCDHHS protocol

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