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Eagle Pharmacy is a full service pharmacy that provides top-notch pharmaceutical care at an affordable price. We accept all major insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare part D prescription plans.

Some of the many services we offer:

*The pharmacists and technicians at Eagle Pharmacy have experience in compounding and will work with your physician to provide the best customized medication. The staff at Eagle Pharmacy will also file compounded medication claims to patients' insurance, Medicaid or Medicare part D prescription plan for them.

*We offer a full line of home healthcare equipment at an affordable price, including braces and stockings.  Eagle Pharmacy takes care of all billing on items covered by insurance so you end up paying little out of pocket.  Remember, if we don't have it in stock today, we usually have it in tomorrow!

*Our pharmacists can fill medicine cards for patients weekly or on any schedule they would like. Patients also do not have to bother with their medicine bottles as all medications are stored at the pharmacy. This is a great service for individuals not ready for a retirement community or nursing facility, but would like the convience of a planned medicine regimine.

*Vaccinations are available all year long, and our pharmacists are able to administer them for you! Simply stop in or schedule an appointment to save wait time.

 

Free delivery around Eagle Grove is available every day, and Goldfield deliveries are done weekly on Thursdays.  Don't forget Eagle Pharmacy will also mail your prescription to you!

 


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We also support RefillRx Mobile to provide you with a one tap solution for refilling your prescriptions. Simply scan the barcode on your bottle and watch as RefillRx Mobile sends your request to our pharmacy.

If a barcode is not available you can also simply enter the Rx number for your prescription and search for our pharmacy by entering:

Eagle Grove - (515) 448-3814

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