Palm Beach County Pharmacy

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


1st Choice Pharmacy 517 Northlake Boulevard North Palm Beach FL 33408 561-340-3838


A G Holley State Hospital Pharmacy 1199 West Lantana Road Lantana FL 33462 561-582-5666

Americare Rx Pharmacy 1865 Woolbright Road Boynton Beach FL 33426 561-734-0036

Apex Pharmacy 6110 West Atlantic Avenue Delray Beach FL 33484 561-499-7500

At Home Infusion Services Limited Liability Company Pharmacy 4722 Northwest 2nd Avenue Boca Raton FL 33431 561-353-4663

Bioscrip Pharmacy 2541 Metrocentre Boulevard West Palm Beach FL 33407 561-683-0001

Boca Pharmacy And Home Health Center Pharmacy 22191 Powerline Road Boca Raton FL 33433 561-391-6336

Boca Raton Pharmacy 625 Northeast Spanish River Boulevard Boca Raton FL 33431 561-544-8997

Boca/Glades Apothecary Pharmacy 5458 Town Center Road Boca Raton FL 33486 561-393-6778

CVS Pharmacy 7030 Jog Road Lake Worth FL 33467 561-967-3311

CVS Pharmacy 2480 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens FL 33410 561-622-8700

CVS Pharmacy 520 South Federal Highway Boca Raton FL 33432 561-362-3240

CVS Pharmacy 2901 Clint Moore Road Boca Raton FL 33496 561-994-2490

CVS Pharmacy 131 Congress Avenue Boynton Beach FL 33426 561-734-2666

CVS Pharmacy 14828 South Military Trail Delray Beach FL 33484 561-498-7001

CVS Pharmacy 7016 Beracasa Way Boca Raton FL 33433 561-391-8770

CVS Pharmacy 6846 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach FL 33411 561-683-9196

CVS Pharmacy 1690 South Federal Highway Delray Beach FL 33483 561-272-1163

CVS Pharmacy 4511 Lantana Road Lake Worth FL 33463 561-965-6444

CVS Pharmacy 245 South Military Trail West Palm Beach FL 33415 561-683-3042

About Palm Beach County Pharmacies

Palm Beach County Pharmacies are establishments where medicines and drug compounds are prepared and dispensed or sold in Palm Beach County, FL. In addition to Community Pharmacies, which are Palm Beach County retail Pharmacies that serve the general public, there are numerous other types of Pharmacies that meet the specific needs of customers.

You may contact the Pharmacy for questions about:
  • Finding a Palm Beach County Pharmacy near you
  • Accepted health insurance plans
  • Prescription drug and medicine prices, refills, and transfers
  • Prescription drug interactions
  • Pharmacy jobs and employment
Palm Beach County Retail Pharmacy

A Community Pharmacy, or Retail Pharmacy, may be located within another store or it may be a stand-alone Palm Beach County store. Pharmacists at Palm Beach County Pharmacies dispense prescription medications available to the general public, provide customers with information on the safe and effective use of medications, and may assist customers in understanding and managing health insurance co-pays and reimbursements for medications.

Hospital Pharmacy

Palm Beach County Hospitals and health clinics often house their own Pharmacies, primarily to serve their patients. A Clinical or Hospital Pharmacy works in cooperation with the hospital's in-house health professionals to ensure that medication is effectively coordinated with patient care.

Ambulatory & Home Care Pharmacies

Palm Beach County Ambulatory Pharmacies are mobile services that are designed to serve geriatric patients and patients in rural areas. They are typically part of a managed health care organization and help to minimize the number of hospital visits that members require. Similarly, Home Care Pharmacies in Palm Beach County prepare and deliver medical injections to critically ill patients in their homes.

Florida Board of Pharmacy

Florida has a Board of Pharmacy, Commission of Pharmacy, or similarly named agency that is responsible for ensuring that all Palm Beach County Pharmacies meet standards for safe practices. They license and register Pharmacies, pharmacists, pharmacist interns, prescription drug wholesalers, and other drug outlets. They also monitor and educate Pharmacy professionals, investigate complaints, and enforce disciplinary actions against violators of Florida Pharmacy and related laws and regulations.

Controlled Substances Act & FDA Regulations

Pharmacies are highly regulated operations, affected by regulatory agencies at the federal and Florida State level of government. The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency enforces the Controlled Substances Act, including its requirements for prescribing, administering, and dispensing controlled substances in Palm Beach County, FL. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for approving drugs for sale after they have been tested for safe and effective use. The FDA also oversees the production of drugs and medical products.