Cobb's Westside Pharmacy

Our pharmacy is a friendly health destination where we not only take care of your prescription needs, but also offer immunizations, prescription counseling and pharmacist selected high quality over the counter vitamins and supplements.

We are similar to other pharmacies you may have visited in that we fill prescriptions, answer medication questions and carry over the counter products. What you may not know is we have many more services that may benefit you and/or your loved ones. These services include: Convenient Drive Thru We have convenient drive thru service so you don’t even have to get out of your vehicle. Refill ahead (keep reading to find out about all the ways to refill prescriptions) and pick up your prescriptions quickly and easily via our drive thru window. If you have new prescriptions you can drop them off and pick them up later at your convenience without ever leaving your car. Free Delivery We offer free in town delivery of prescriptions to your home or business. If you can’t make to us we will bring your prescriptions to you! Easy Refills We make it easy to refill your prescriptions with several methods to choose from. You may refill your prescription by entering them at our website www.cobbswestsidepharmacy.com, click the refill button located home page or via Facebook, just search for our page then look for the Refill tab and while you are there be sure to “Like” our page. You can also download our app for IOS or Android and enter refills there or simply give us a call we would love to hear from you! Simplify My Meds Simplify My Meds is a refill synchronization program which simply means we arrange your refills so that all your prescription refills come due on the same day each month. This gives you the convenience of making only one trip to the pharmacy each month saving you time and money. But thats not all we go a step further, a week before your refills are due we will contact you and review your medications then check to see if you need any refill authorizations from the doctor and if so we contact your doctor for you. We then fill your prescriptions on the assigned date. All you have to do is pick up your prescriptions at your convenience, what could be easier! Custom Medication Packaging We offer the Dispill medication packaging solution. Dispill takes all the guesswork out of taking your medicine. With the Dispill system medications are packaged according to administration times; Morning, Noon, Evening and Bedtime (instead of being in multiple bottles). This is a perfect solution for caregivers, anyone taking multiple medications or for any busy parent or professional. Dispill makes it easy to remember to take your medication. Another great feature is it works on the Simplify My Meds platform so you get the additional convenience, time and money savings that it offers. FLAVORx FLAVORx is a medication flavoring system to make medicine time much more pleasant for your kids. Studies have shown when you let your child pick the flavor of their medication they are much more likely to take the medication with no fuss. With FLAVORx there are over a dozen flavors to choose from such as bubblegum, strawberry, cherry and watermelon just to name a few. We can even flavor adult liquid medicines and any over the counter liquid medicines. Make medicine time a fun time at your house the next time your child needs medicine, just ask us to flavor your child’s medicine. Free Vitamins For Children We are the first pharmacy in the River Valley to offer free vitamins for kids. With todays lifestyles its nearly impossible to ensure that our children are receiving all the vitamins and nutrients they need. With our Healthy Kids free vitamin program we want to help make sure your child receives his or her recommended daily allowance of vitamins and minerals for optimal health. There is absolutely no catch to this program just fill out a simple form and begin receiving your child’s free vitamins today! Natural Products Experts We also carry very high quality vitamins and supplements from Scimera Bioscience and Pure Encapsulations. We have personally researched and hand picked these companies because they are among the very best out there. Please ask us about these products we will be glad to help you choose the ones that are right for you (or not right for you) based on the prescription medications you may be taking. Our supplements and expertise can help you achieve optimal health!

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108, #B Skyline Dr
Russellville, AR
72801

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:30
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:30
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:30
Thursday 09:00 - 17:30
Friday 09:00 - 17:30
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