Orlando Pharmacy

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


Advanced Care Scripts Pharmacy 2400 Lake Orange Drive Orlando FL 32837 877-985-6337


Aetna Specialty Pharmacy 503 Sunport Lane Orlando FL 32809 407-513-6400

Aids Healthcare Foundation Pharmacy 1021 North Mills Avenue Orlando FL 32803 407-770-0507

Albertsons Pharmacy 8801 Conroy Windermere Road Orlando FL 32835 407-909-8900

Ambient Healthcare Pharmacy 12689 Challenger Parkway Orlando FL 32826 407-678-2068

Bioscrip Pharmacy 942 North Mills Avenue Orlando FL 32803 407-897-5292

C And C Community Pharmacy 2000 Bruton Boulevard Orlando FL 32805 407-295-6201

CVS Pharmacy 5190 South Conway Road Orlando FL 32812 407-851-2140

CVS Pharmacy 13000 Tanja King Boulevard Orlando FL 32828 407-273-7618

CVS Pharmacy 7330 Curry Ford Road Orlando FL 32822 407-282-6090

CVS Pharmacy 12280 Lake Underhill Road Orlando FL 32825 407-273-3284

CVS Pharmacy 2351 South Hiawassee Road Orlando FL 32835 407-294-4009

CVS Pharmacy 5899 South Orange Blossom Trail Orlando FL 32839 407-855-8426

CVS Pharmacy 13960 Landstar Boulevard Orlando FL 32824 407-438-6850

CVS Pharmacy 7996 Conroy Windermere Road Orlando FL 32835 407-291-7170

CVS Pharmacy 8981 Conroy Windermere Road Orlando FL 32835 407-876-8555

CVS Pharmacy 1201 East Colonial Drive Orlando FL 32803 407-894-1521

CVS Pharmacy 12077 South Orange Blossom Trail Orlando FL 32837 407-240-2474

CVS Pharmacy 10952 East Colonial Drive Orlando FL 32817 407-277-8781

CVS Pharmacy 7451 East Colonial Drive Orlando FL 32807 407-281-1876

About Orlando Pharmacies

Orlando Pharmacies are establishments where medicines and drug compounds are prepared and dispensed or sold in Orlando, FL. In addition to Community Pharmacies, which are Orlando 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 an Orlando Pharmacy near you
  • Accepted health insurance plans
  • Prescription drug and medicine prices, refills, and transfers
  • Prescription drug interactions
  • Pharmacy jobs and employment
Orlando Retail Pharmacy

A Community Pharmacy, or Retail Pharmacy, may be located within another store or it may be a stand-alone Orlando store. Pharmacists at Orlando 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

Orlando 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

Orlando 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 Orlando 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 Orlando 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 Orlando, 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.