Middlesex County Pharmacy

Find Middlesex County Connecticut pharmacy and drug stores. Pharmacies provide consumers with prescription drugs and medicine, name brand, generic and discount drugs, over the counter (OTC) medications and may include express and 24 hour locations, discount, online pharmacies and prescription fulfilment.


A And P Super Foodmart Pharmacy 820 Washington Street Middletown CT 06457 860-344-1551


Apria Healthcare Pharmacy 40 Sebethe Drive Cromwell CT 06416 860-613-4900

CVS Pharmacy 72 Berlin Road Cromwell CT 06416 860-613-0499

CVS Pharmacy 308 Main Street Extension Middletown CT 06457 860-344-1857

CVS Pharmacy 675 Washington Street Middletown CT 06457 860-344-1320

CVS Pharmacy 54 East High Street East Hampton CT 06424 860-267-6853

CVS Pharmacy 14 East Main Street Clinton CT 06413 860-664-9337

CVS Pharmacy 519 Boston Post Road Old Saybrook CT 06475 860-388-1145

Durham Health Mart Pharmacy 321 Main Street Durham CT 06422 860-349-3478

Nathan Hale Pharmacy 26 Falls Road East Haddam CT 06469 860-873-1481

Omnicare Of Portland Pharmacy 283 Main Street Portland CT 06480 860-342-1115

Professional Home Care Services Pharmacy 104 Sebethe Drive Cromwell CT 06416 860-632-3600

Rite Aid Pharmacy 125 Westbrook Road Essex CT 06426 860-767-2181

Rite Aid Pharmacy 25 East High Street East Hampton CT 06424 860-267-0732

Rite Aid Pharmacy 227 Main Street Portland CT 06480 860-342-2121

Rite Aid Pharmacy 10 Main Street Middletown CT 06457 860-346-8601

Shoprite Pharmacy 266 East Main Street Clinton CT 06413 860-669-6619

Stop And Shop Pharmacy 11 East High Street East Hampton CT 06424 860-267-2771

Super Stop And Shop Pharmacy 665 Boston Post Road Old Saybrook CT 06475 860-388-6461

Super Stop And Shop Pharmacy 215 East Main Street Clinton CT 06413 860-669-6636

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.