(BRONSON) – Starting next week, Bronson residents will have a new place to get their prescriptions and other items.
Bronson City Manager Brandon Mersman says Bronson City Pharmacy will be opening their new business June 1 at 625 East Chicago Street.
Some of the services that will be offered include same day prescription delivery; free blood glucose monitor; free multi-vitamins and walk in immunizations. The Bronson City Pharmacy also carries most prescriptions and over the counter medicines, along with crutches, canes, walkers, knee scooters and nebulizers.
Most insurances are accepted including Medicare, Medicaid, County Plan and Good Rx. Prescriptions will be filled while you wait and there will be competitive pricing. If you would like more information on their services or how to transfer your prescriptions, you can call 517-858-1122.
Hours will be Monday through Friday from 9 AM to 5:30 PM, and Saturday from 10 AM until 1 PM.
Mersman says Bronson is excited to welcome the Bronson City Pharmacy, and is sure they will be a tremendous asset to the community.
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