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Publix To Offer Curbside Pharmacy Pickup In Select Stores

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Lakeland, Florida-based Publix has launched curbside pharmacy pickup at select stores in Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Virginia.

North and South Carolina pharmacy locations plan to offer curbside pickup at a later date.

“Our customers enjoy the convenience of curbside pickup for their grocery orders, so we are excited to add prescriptions to that offering,” said Dain Rusk, VP of pharmacy. “Whether customers choose to shop in our stores or from the comfort of their cars, we are committed to providing the same great service from our pharmacies.”

Customers can select curbside pickup after prepaying for their prescriptions through the Publix Pharmacy app or online at publixpharmacy.com. Upon arrival, customers should park in the designated spaces for curbside pickup, call the number on the sign and inform customer service of arrival.

Curbside pickup for prescriptions is available during Publix pharmacy hours of operation at no additional cost to the customer. Prescription costs and copays will be collected during the prepay process on the Publix Pharmacy app or website.

Controlled substances, purchases through Medicare Part B and age-restricted medications are not eligible for curbside pickup.

For the full list of participating pharmacies, visit publix.com/rxcurbside.

Publix, an employee-owned company in the U.S. with more than 230,000 employees, operates 1,300 stores in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. For 25 years, the company has been recognized by Fortune as a great place to work.

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