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Welcome To Fairmont Pharmacy

From the moment you telephone Fairmont Pharmacy or meet us, you will notice something different: a warm and friendly environment where you are not just another customer. We will get to know you and personally get involved. Our friendly and courteous staff are never too busy to help and spend the extra time with you to find what you need or answer your questions. You can relax in our private consultation area, and engage in a personalized conversation about you or your family member’s health. You will feel welcomed and supported as a part of our family. Please call or Email Us today!

We are conveniently located in central Phoenix just a few blocks north of Camelback Road and Central Avenue (parking is available in front and back). We’re open Mon - Fri 9a to 7p, and Sat 10a-3p (closed Sundays). We honor most insurances including Medicare Part D and AHCCCS. Delivery to your home or office is available. Don’t live in the neighborhood? We will FEDEX your medication right to your front door!

Fairmont Pharmacy is where you feel like you belong from the moment you walk in. Our goal is to provide the Community with the best possible Pharmacy experience available. Stop by or call today and see how we can assist you!

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Greg Roller has dedicated the majority of his career to serving patients in Phoenix, AZ.

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