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Opening on Time this morning (Jan 17th)

Medical Arts will be open this morning!  Come on and get your medicine this morning!!!!!!!

Thank you for your business!

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Medicare Part D Open Enrollment Ends Dec 7th

Have you evaluated your Medicare Part D plan for 2018?  Let us help you!  We can take all of the guesswork out of selecting a plan that is tailored to meet your specific needs! There are so many factors to consider–premiums, deductibles, and copays….and we are experts in finding ways to save money on prescription medications! Is your current plan steering you to a big box store or mail order and you would rather shop local?? We can tell you how different plans compare to your current plan.  Do yourself a favor, and take advantage of this free service!  Please call for an appointment!   492-3404

Tired Legs? Come see us!

Do you stand on your legs all day?  Tired, aching legs?  We have these great compression stockings in lots of cute prints for just $12.99!



Closed due to weather

Medical Arts will be closed on Saturday, January 7 due to the winter weather!  Stay safe and warm!

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Need Refills?


Depending on your insurance, it can make a lot of sense to get refills before the end of the year! Our technicians are always available to help.  Call us today!  252-492-3404

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Medicare Part D Open Enrollment

It’s that time of year again….Medicare Part D open enrollment is from October 15-December 7. We have a comprehensive program to help find a drug plan that is tailored to meet your needs. Over the past few years we have helped save thousands of dollars! Call today to schedule an appointment…252-492-3404

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Breast Cancer Awareness

We had a great day at Medical Arts today celebrating and honoring breast cancer survivors!  Susan Holtzman, certified mastectomy fitter, served refreshments and customers were treated to goodie bags and prizes.  Medical Arts is proud to serve the ladies of our community with mastectomy supplies.  On Wednesday, October 26th, Medical Arts will host a Fitting Event!

Special thanks to the following businesses that donated to the goodie bags:  20 Nail Spa, Angie Gravely-Thornton of Shear Magic, Chick-fil-A of Henderson, Cracker Barrel, Lucretia Wright, Mayflower, Pino’s, Pizza Inn, Sheetz, Michael’s Florist, Golden Corral, and Brittany Tingen.


Flu shots

It’s a great day for…..a FLU SHOT!!!  The air is getting crisp and flu season is just around the corner!  According to the CDC, “Getting an annual flu vaccine is the first and best way to protect yourself and your family from the flu.”


Come by for a cupcake!

Stop by and have a cupcake with these tough guys as we celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness every Wednesday this month!  We’d love to show you our “Right Fit Boutique” and our selection of mastectomy bras and prostheses. Our certified specialist will help you find a high quality bra tailored to meet your needs!  Medical Arts Pharmacy is pleased to support Relay for Life in Vance, Granville, and Warren Counties!


Safe Disposal of Unused Medications

Medical Arts Pharmacy is pleased to partner with Granville Vance Public Health to offer Med-Safe.  The Med-Safe is located inside the lobby of the new Medical Arts Pharmacy store at 253 Ruin Creek Road.  Clean out your medicine cabinet and get rid of unused or unwanted medications!

Please remember to remove all identifiable information from containers or packages before disposal.

Green Check MarkDo Drop:

  • Expired or unused medications
  • Over-the-counter medications
  • Medication samples
  • Pet medications
  • Medicated ointments and lotions
  • Liquid medications

redxDo NOT Drop:

  • Needles/ Lancets/ Syringes
  • Thermometers
  • IV bags
  • Bloody or infectious waste
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Empty containers
  • Personal care products

Facts about prescription medication

  • Unused or experied prescription medications are a public safety issue, leading to accidental poisoning, overdose, and abuse.
  • Unused prescription drugs thrown in the trash can be retrieved and abused or illegally sold.
  • Unused drugs that are flushed can contaminate the water supply.
  • Prescription drugs can be just as dangerous as street drugs when taken without a doctor’s supervision.
  • The majority of teens abusing prescription drugs get them from home medicine cabinets.
  • The non-medical use of prescription drugs ranks second only to marijuana as the most common form of drug abuse in America.