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Abrams & Clark continues with community pharmacy tradition

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Abrams & Clark

Abrams & Clark Pharmacy has been serving the local community for more than 70 years, and John Sykora has been the owner/operator/pharmacist for over 30 years. The community pharmacy has enjoyed doing business in Long Beach throughout the years but has decided it’s time to extend its business to the online community. It now offers a number of services and products at abramsandclark.com, including daily living aids, bathroom safety, incontinent products and urologicals, compression stockings & garments, orthopedic supplies, cervical pillows & support, mobility aids, wound care & ostomy, and diagnostics.
Abrams & Clark has learned a lot over the years about how to take care of people who need extra care, and the pharmacy has become known in the community as the place where people can find those hard-to-get items at a fair price.
The pharmacy also offers a medication-safety and cost-effectiveness program, which is free to patients who sign up; the pharmacist will assess the patient’s medications to ensure appropriate therapy and optimal cost savings.
Medications can also be organized so that patients are able to pick up their prescriptions on the same day each month. Other offerings include: annual tax reports, compounding, probiotic drugs, blister packing of drugs, monthly reports for conservators, refill reminder calls, drug monographs for prescriptions, flu vaccine and delivery or UPS to patient’s door.
Abrams & Clark is a member of the American Pharmaceutical Society of California, the California Pharmacist Association and the National Community Pharmacists Association.
Abrams & Clark Pharmacy, located at 3841 Atlantic Avenue in Bixby Knolls, is open Monday through Friday from 9:30am to 6pm. Call (562) 427-7901 for information.

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  1. Kathryn Goldsmith on October 15th, 2014 1:02 am

    In great need for a left chair. Boyfriend ( of 31 years) had, a stroke, in May. The only way I can get left chair, would be in payments by the month . That would be wonderful. Yours Truly. Kathryn Goldsmith 323-331-2149. Any time after noon. Tue, Thur ,Fri and Sat

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Serving Bixby Knolls, California Heights, Los Cerritos, Wrigley and Signal Hill
Abrams & Clark continues with community pharmacy tradition