Cass County Pharmacy

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

Arthur Drug Pharmacy 340 Main Street Arthur ND 58006 701-967-8900

CVS Pharmacy 1321 19th Avenue North Fargo ND 58102 701-232-2720

CVS Pharmacy 2401 13th Avenue South Fargo ND 58103 701-232-4872

Casselton Drug Health Mart Pharmacy 622 Front Street Casselton ND 58012 701-347-4281

Clinical Supplies Management Pharmacy 342 42nd Street South Fargo ND 58103 701-235-8002

Dakota Clinic Pharmacy 1702 South University Drive Fargo ND 58103 701-364-3450

Family Healthcare Pharmacy 301 Northern Pacific Avenue Fargo ND 58102 701-239-7135

Fargo Veterans Affairs Medical Center Pharmacy 2101 Elm Street North Fargo ND 58102 701-232-3241

Frontier Pharmacy 3210 Sheyenne Street West Fargo ND 58078 701-356-7455

Health Center Pharmacy 1401 13th Avenue East West Fargo ND 58078 701-364-5800

Inhealth Specialty Pharmacy 2301 25th Street South Fargo ND 58103 701-365-6050

Linson Pharmacy 3175 25th Street South Fargo ND 58103 701-293-6022

Medical Pharmacy 100 4th Street South Fargo ND 58103 701-237-0322

Medical Pharmacy South Pharmacy 4151 45th Street South Fargo ND 58104 701-282-8075

Meritcare Mills Avenue Pharmacy 801 Broadway North Fargo ND 58102 701-234-3330

Meritcare South University Pharmacy 1720 South University Drive Fargo ND 58103 701-280-4150

Meritcare Southpointe Pharmacy 2400 32nd Avenue South Fargo ND 58103 701-234-8800

Metro Drug Pharmacy 123 Broadway North Fargo ND 58102 701-232-6150

Midwest Pharmacy / Unit Pak Pharmacy 4153 12th Avenue North Fargo ND 58102 701-373-8504

North Dakota State University Student Health Service Pharmacy 1707 Centennial Boulevard Fargo ND 58102 701-231-7331

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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.