Pharmacy shuffle

. November 1, 2017.
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If you currently use a ProMedica outpatient pharmacy for your medicinal needs, you might be shifted to using a CVS pharmacy instead, as the national chain has acquired six ProMedica locations. Five of the locations will be outright closed and all files will be moved to the nearest CVS. The sixth location, located at 3316 Navarre Ave. in Oregon, will actually become a CVS. Reps for CVS state that they will hire several of the ProMedica employees to staff incoming and existing stores after the changes began in mid-October. These are the stores that will be closing:

  • ProMedica Pharmacy Counter at 2100 W. Central Ave. in Toledo
  • ProMedica Pharmacy Counter at 5700 Monroe St. in Sylvania
    n Flower Hospital Outpatient Pharmacy at 5200 Harroun Rd. in Sylvania
  • ProMedica West Central Pharmacy at 2150 W. Central Ave. in Toledo
  • The Pharmacy Counter at 1515 S. Byrne Rd. in Toledo

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