Yearly Archives: 2014
This is a very busy time of the year for most of us and we want to be sure you don’t forget to take your medications over this holiday season.
HOW WE CAN HELP:
1. Let us transfer your prescriptions for you so that you can experience a Faster and Friendlier Pharmacy!
2. Let us deliver your prescriptions locally to your home or work after they’re transferred for FREE!
3. Ask us to put a pill organizer/reminder with your medications to help you better manage taking your medications.
4. Ask us to synchronize your medications so that they’ll all be due on the same day each month.
5. Ask us to set up automatic refills so that you’ll simply get a text when your prescriptions are ready each month to remind you to come pick them up or have them delivered!
6. Download our easy-to-use app so that you can easily submit refill requests or look at your medication list any time you need to.
Please call us at 501-227-0587! We want to serve you!
We want to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
Express Rx on Cantrell Holiday hours:
Christmas Eve Wednesday, Dec. 24th: 9am – 4pm
Christmas Day Thursday, Dec. 25th: CLOSED
New Year’s Eve Wednesday, Dec. 31st: 9am – 7pm
New Year’s Day Thursday, Jan. 1st: CLOSED
Need a prescriptions list? Download our app today and you can always have an up to date prescription list on your phone. Plus, it makes refilling your prescriptions simple. Let us help you setup the app today.
Do you remember when you came into the store the other day you asked what we wanted for Christmas? We weren’t really sure what to ask for, but we thought about it and we came up with a small list for you! Is there any way you could help us make sure that everyone we care for gets their flu shot this winter? We have customers that are too sick to get their flu shot or can’t get one because of allergies, or they are too young (we have some brand new babies that are about to celebrate their first Christmas this year!) or they have other health reasons. We worry about them being protected from the flu and the only real way to do that is to make sure everyone who is able to receives THEIR flu shot! We would especially like to make sure everyone gets their flu shot soon so that when you go to everyone’s houses this Christmas Eve you don’t catch any flu bugs- because you have a lot of important work to do! It takes about two weeks to develop immunity after you get your flu shot so now is the perfect time to get one. By the way Santa, have YOU gotten your flu shot yet? Don’t worry, we have plenty here and we will set one aside for you.
Alison and Stephanee at ExpressRx of Bartlesville
Have you thought about what you would ask Santa for if you sent him a letter? Santa actually stopped by ExpressRx of Bartlesville the other day for cough drops (even Santa gets sick!) and he said that if you dropped your letter to Santa off here at the store he will PERSONALLY come by to check his mailbox here at our store!
Small Business Saturday is November 29th and Express Rx on Cantrell is your locally owned and operated pharmacy. We want you to visit us on 11/29/14 and let us show you that we’re a Faster and Friendlier pharmacy! We’re getting the ball rolling by shopping locally ourselves so we’re going to offer free $10 giftcards to locally owned small businesses in our area to our 1st 30 customers. Choose from The Toggery, Sweet Love, or ZAZA!
Visit their websites here!
40% off all OTC items for veterans 11\11\14.
Thank you for all you have done for our country and our freedom.
We at Express Rx on Cantrell want to say a warm THANK YOU to all veterans that have served or are currently serving! We will be offering 40% off all over the counter items to veterans (with military id) on Veteran’s Day 11/11/14 as a token of thanks. Don’t miss this opportunity to stock up on cold & flu medications, vitamins, first aid supplies, and pain relievers.
Offer valid in store only.
It’s already time for another Flu Shot Friday at ExpressRx of Bartlesville! Did you know that on average it takes approximately 2 weeks for your body to properly mount (or build up) an immune response to a flu shot? That makes NOW the perfect time to get your flu shot so you are protected in time for those fun family gatherings at Thanksgiving time!
For more information about the types of available flu vaccines as well as who should recieve them, visit- CDC: Key Facts About Seasonal Flu Vaccine
To read more about protecting your family and home from Parent Educator, Elizabeth Pantley, visit Inspired by Savannah.
Did you know that November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month? Perhaps the most famous sufferer of pancreatic cancer was Steve Jobs, founder and CEO of Apple. The lives of several other beloved celebrities (such as Dizzie Gillespie and Patrick Swayze) have been cut short because of this devastating illness. To learn more about their battles, click HERE. Pancreatic cancer is sometimes referred to as a “silent” disease because the symptoms appear slowly and are usually non-specific (meaning they could be caused by many different underlying factors). Pancreatic cancer is often not diagnosed until it has progressed significantly, which drastically lowers a patient’s chance for survival. Advanced disease only has a 5 year survival rate of about 1%.
The good news is that increased awareness of this disease is leading to better treatments and more positive outcomes for patients. Researchers are exploring better diagnostic techniques such as genetic testing and risk factor analysis for high risk patients. Scientists are also developing new treatments including combination chemotherapy options and targeted immune therapies. To learn more about pancreatic cancer, including risk factors, symptoms, and treatments, visit: