Clarkrange Drug Center

Clarkrange Drug Center

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(931) 863-3779

6845 South York Highway

Clarkrange
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TN
38553

Clarkrange Drug Center is a business providing services in the field of Drug Stores. Clarkrange Drug Center is located in Clarkrange, TN on 6845 South York Highway.

Clarkrange Drug Center telephone number is (931) 863-3779.

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Clarkrange Drug Center rating:5 out of 5 based on 1 user reviews.
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GREAT SERVICE
Date Submitted: 2014-02-26
VERY FRIENDLY STAFF THAT CARES ABOUT YOUR HEALTH AND OFFER ADVICE AND ALTERNATIVES AND FREE SAMPLES OF YOUR PERSCRIPTION IF YOU NEED HELP. I LIKE CAPS!
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Helpful Tip for: Drug Stores


Drug stores are shops in Clarkrange that store & sell pharmaceuticals including drugs. To own a drug store, one must carry a valid license to sell medicines. The license enables the drug store-keeper to sell over-the-counter as well as prescribed only medicines (POM) to the customers. POM is to be sold to the customers only if they can produce the prescription, where it has been suggested by a certified practitioner.


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