King County Pharmacy

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

A And H Pharmacy 23826 104th Avenue Southeast Kent WA 98031 253-852-6300

Accredo Health Group Pharmacy 22623 68th Avenue South Kent WA 98032 253-872-2121

Albertsons Pharmacy 12725 1st Avenue South Seattle WA 98168 206-242-7942

Albertsons Pharmacy 13050 Aurora Avenue North Seattle WA 98133 206-306-9377

Albertsons Pharmacy 14215 Southeast Petrovitsky Road Renton WA 98058 425-235-7772

Albertsons Pharmacy 20600 108th Avenue Southeast Kent WA 98031 253-850-0351

Albertsons-Savon Pharmacy 31009 Pacific Highway South Federal Way WA 98003 253-946-4033

Albertsons-Savon Pharmacy 10616 16th Avenue Southwest Seattle WA 98146 206-243-4433

Albertsons-Savon Pharmacy 2755 77th Avenue Southeast Mercer Island WA 98040 206-232-2222

Albertsons-Savon Pharmacy 3925 236th Avenue Northeast Redmond WA 98053 425-836-8706

Apria Healthcare / Coram Specialty Infusion Services Pharmacy 14935 Northeast 87th Street Redmond WA 98052 425-881-8500

Assured Pharmacy 12071 124th Avenue Northeast Kirkland WA 98034 425-820-1030

Ballard Plaza Pharmacy 1801 Northwest Market Street Seattle WA 98107 206-782-7200

Barry Laffertys Pharmacy 5312 17th Avenue Northwest Seattle WA 98107 206-783-5133

Bartell Drugs Pharmacy 3902 A Street Southeast Auburn WA 98002 253-939-8563

Bartell Drugs Pharmacy 1404 3rd Avenue Seattle WA 98101 206-624-1401

Bartell Drugs Pharmacy 600 1st Avenue North Seattle WA 98109 206-284-1354

Bartell Drugs Pharmacy 4706 42nd Avenue Southwest Seattle WA 98116 206-932-8045

Bartell Drugs Pharmacy 16940 116th Avenue Southeast Renton WA 98058 425-226-2901

Bartell Drugs Pharmacy 526 228th Avenue Northeast Sammamish WA 98074 425-868-1112

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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.