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Bartell Drugs

Bartell’s now offers medication take-back kiosks at all 67 locations

Bartell’s now offers medication take-back kiosks at all 67 locations

SEATTLE — Bartell Drugs is committed to the safety of its customers, employees and the communities it serves. Because of the rise in abuse of prescription controlled medications and the impact it has had on the community, Bartell’s has placed additional emphasis on controlled substance safety and what it can do to help protect the

Bartell Drugs offering flu shots at all locations

Bartell Drugs offering flu shots at all locations

SEATTLE– The key to protection from the flu is getting immunized early and safely. Bartell Drugs is taking a calculated approach to help customers get vaccinated during the pandemic. “Getting vaccinated for the flu is more important now than ever. Getting a flu shot early in the season will reduce the spread of the flu, leaving

Bartell’s 18th Annual School Tools donation drive adapts to pandemic needs

Bartell’s 18th Annual School Tools donation drive adapts to pandemic needs

SEATTLE – Just as quickly as schools shut down for a quarantine summer, it’s already time to navigate what education will look like with the present challenges of 2020. Regardless of the learning method, as many as 58,000 local students begin the school year without basic school supplies. This year, Bartell’s 18th annual School Tools supply drive

Bartell Drugs focuses on providing customers safe health care options

Bartell Drugs focuses on providing customers safe health care options

SEATTLE— Bartell Drugs is transforming existing retail clinic spaces over the next 30 days to adapt to challenges introduced by the pandemic. Kaiser Permanente has decided to refocus their efforts in other arenas and will no longer operate CareClinics within Bartell’s locations. “Since 2013, CareClinics by Kaiser Permanente have been an important growth strategy for

Bartell’s stock the shelves food drive to benefit Food Lifeline

Bartell’s stock the shelves food drive to benefit Food Lifeline

SEATTLE – A pandemic creates widespread uncertainty, but one should never have to wonder where their next meal will come from. During the month of June, Bartell’s will be collecting non-perishable food items to support a local organization, Food Lifeline, that partners with 300 foodbanks, shelters and meal programs in the 17 counties of Western

Bartell’s gets overwhelming support for senior supply drive

Bartell’s gets overwhelming support for senior supply drive

SEATTLE — Homebound and homeless seniors are among those hit the hardest by the coronavirus pandemic. Bartell’s recently hosted a successful supply drive in partnership with Aegis Living to assist local seniors lacking essential items during this time. In four short weeks, Bartell’s collected $106,832 in donations. “We are blown away by the generosity of

Bartell’s names Brent Beebe executive vice president of merchandising

Bartell’s names Brent Beebe executive vice president of merchandising

SEATTLE – Brent Beebe has been promoted to the position of executive vice president of merchandising and supply chain at Bartell Drugs. “I’m proud to continue to work alongside Brent in his new role. Brent consistently challenges the company status quo and has brought to Bartell’s an innovative and thoughtful approach to the business.” said

Prescryptive Health, Bartell Drugs to expand access to COVID-19 testing

Prescryptive Health, Bartell Drugs to expand access to COVID-19 testing

SEATTLE — Prescryptive Health, a health care technology company headquartered in Redmond, Wash. and Bartell Drugs have announced a partnership to expand access to reliable and secure COVID-19 antibody testing. This coalition will operate under the directive of the Department of Health and Human Services by allowing licensed pharmacists to order and administer FDA-authorized COVID-19

Chains do their part to ease coronavirus worries

Chains do their part to ease coronavirus worries

NEW YORK — National and regional pharmacy chains were doing what they could to ease the coronavirus fears of shoppers and employees as the contagion spread. Seattle-based Bartell Drugs shipped more over-the-counter products to stores early this month after experiencing high demand due to concerns related to COVID-19. Bartell’s has two stores in the suburb

Bartell’s annual teddy bear drive gets expanded reach

Bartell’s annual teddy bear drive gets expanded reach

SEATTLE — For the past 31 years, Bartell’s has been a supporter and donation source for Teddy Bear Patrol, a program created by local radio station, WARM 106.9. This year, the program will receive a new name and an expanded reach. In addition to supporting first responders, EMTs and police officers, the bears will be

Bartell’s, Salvation Army team for holiday toy drive

Bartell’s, Salvation Army team for holiday toy drive

SEATTLE — In partnership with The Salvation Army and local radio station WARM 106.9, Bartell’s is once again hosting the Toy N’ Joy program.  This program is designed to collect new, unwrapped toys for local children during the holidays. Bartell’s has hosted the Toy N’ Joy event for the past 17 years. “We are so

Bartell Drugs launches Instacart service

Bartell Drugs launches Instacart service

SEATTLE — Offering more delivery options than ever before, Bartell’s has launched Instacart. “We understand the importance of making connections, driving convenience, putting the customer in control and improving their experiences,” said Brent Beebe, senior vice president of merchandising for Bartell’s. “We have served our Northwest Neighbors for over 129 years and we’re putting their

Bartell’s encourages inclusivity on Halloween with Teal Pumpkin Project

Bartell’s encourages inclusivity on Halloween with Teal Pumpkin Project

SEATTLE – Halloween sparks excitement for costumes, pumpkin carving and planning safe trick-or-treating routes. Parents are more cautious than ever before when it comes to what their children receive from neighbors during Trick-or-Treating. Bartell’s is offering a solution by participating in the Teal Pumpkin Project. Parents and children alike have food allergies or preferences that make

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