Los Angeles County Pharmacy

Find Los Angeles County California pharmacies and drug stores. Pharmacies provide information on prescription drugs and medicines, name brand, generic and discount drugs, over the counter (OTC) medications.


111 Pharmacy 111 West Beverly Boulevard Montebello CA 90640 323-724-8111


2010 Pharmacy 2010 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90057 213-483-5910

21st Century Pharmacy 5177 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90027 323-906-8201

2222 Prescription Pharmacy 2222 Santa Monica Boulevard Santa Monica CA 90404 310-453-5557

321 Pharmacy 310 East 2nd Street Los Angeles CA 90012 213-680-3822

4Liferx Pharmacy 19554 Ventura Boulevard Los Angeles CA 91356 818-342-2636

6122 Pharmacy 6122 Whittier Boulevard East Los Angeles CA 90022 323-725-1250

88 Pharmacy 88 South Palm Avenue Alhambra CA 91801 626-576-7633

A A Pharmacy 625 West College Street Los Angeles CA 90012 213-680-9616

A And P Pharmacy 16444 Paramount Boulevard Paramount CA 90723 562-790-8618

A To Z Pharmacy 12626 Riverside Drive Los Angeles CA 91607 818-985-8151

A-1 Pharmacy 935 South Garfield Avenue Alhambra CA 91801 626-281-3633

Aalpha Pharmacy 174 South Alvarado Street Los Angeles CA 90057 213-483-8741

Abc Compounding Pharmacy 16311 Ventura Boulevard Los Angeles CA 91436 818-783-0422

Abc Pharmacy 841 West Valley Boulevard Alhambra CA 91803 626-457-8888

Abm Pharmacy 1385 East Colorado Street Glendale CA 91205 818-242-4216

Abrams And Clark Pharmacy And Health Care Center Pharmacy 3841 Atlantic Avenue Long Beach CA 90807 562-427-7901

Absolute Care Pharmacy 541 North Maclay Avenue San Fernando CA 91340 818-365-3200

Accredo Health Group Incorporated Pharmacy 1660 Riverside Drive Los Angeles CA 90031 323-953-4500

Acton Pharmacy 3630 Smith Avenue Acton CA 93510 661-269-0054

About Pharmacies

Who owns Community Pharmacies?

Community Pharmacies are typically owned by for-profit companies. More than half are owned by major chains with a national or regional presence. Most of the independently-owned Pharmacies are located outside of the major metropolitan centers.

What are the qualifications of a Pharmacist?

Pharmacists are required to have a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from an accredited pharmacy program. They must also pass two exams: The North American Pharmacist Licensure Exam and the Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Exam. A one to two year residency is also required. All U.S. states license Pharmacists and most require the completion of a certain number of hours of internship.

Who should be notified of concerns or complaints about a Pharmacy?

Customers who believe they have been given the wrong medication by their pharmacist should notify their physician and pharmacist immediately. Concerns about erroneous prescriptions or medication should also be reported to the state Board of Pharmacy. Complaints about pricing should be addressed with the patient's prescribing practitioner and the Pharmacy. Complaints about insurance coverage and co-pays should be directed to the state's insurance regulatory agency.