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
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
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
SEATTLE – The key to protection from the flu is getting the immunization at the right time. Bartell’s pharmacists are prepared to help protect communities now with a full stock of flu vaccines flu illnesses, doctor’s visits and missed work or school due to the flu are all factors that can be avoided with proper vaccination.
SEATTLE – In today’s highly competitive and convenience-driven landscape, retailers are challenged to adapt to consumer behaviors. In partnership with NimbleRx, Bartell Drugs now offers a prescription delivery program in three neighborhood locations: Broadway and Pike, Ballard Commons and Lower Queen Anne. “We want our customers to have the choice of delivery or in-store pick-up.
SEATTLE — The Washington State Department of Health has 39 confirmed cases of measles between King County and Clark County. 34 of 36 cases were unvaccinated individuals. Vaccinations are the first line of defense for preventative care and Bartell’s is prepared to help protect the community from the outbreak. The M-M-R (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) vaccine
SEATTLE — Bartell Drugs has promoted Billy Chow to vice president of pharmacy. Over the last four months, Chow has filled the role on an interim basis. “Billy has been an essential part of the leadership team. His knowledge of Bartell Drugs pharmacy operations as well as his dedication to patient care made him a
SEATTLE — Bartell Drugs announces the promotion of Billy Chow into his new role as the vice president of pharmacy. Over the last four months, Chow has filled the role on an interim basis and now permanently holds the position. “Billy has been an essential part of the leadership team. His knowledge of Bartell Drugs
SEATTLE — Bartell Drugs is making sure that visually impaired customers are able to understand their prescription information. The Seattle-area drug chain said Monday that has started offering three solutions for people with visual impairment who can’t read the print on their prescription drug container labels. Based on their need, these patients can now receive
SEATTLE — Bartell Drugs and QFC Pharmacy, the pharmacy arm of Kroger Co.’s QFC Stores supermarket chain, have launched projects to test models for pharmacy-provided immunizations. As part of a National Association of Chain Drug Stores initiative announced in late July, Bartell and QFC are partnering with the University of Washington School of Pharmacy (UWSOP)
SEATTLE — Bartell Drugs has launched a seasonal flu shot program that offers vaccinations at all of its 64 stores as well as via an off-site flu clinic program serving area businesses and retirement communities. The Seattle-area drug chain said Monday that the flu vaccines are available on a walk-in basis during pharmacy hours, and
SEATTLE — Bartell Drugs has kicked off its Back to School immunization campaign to help families prepare their children to return to the classroom. The Seattle-area drug chain said Friday that the campaign aims to ensure that vaccinations are on parents’ to-do list as their kids head back to school. “Children receiving their vaccinations in