The art or practice of preparing and preserving drugs, and of compounding and dispensing medicines according to prescriptions of physicians; the occupation of an apothecary or a pharmaceutical chemist.
A place where medicines are compounded; a drug store; an apothecary's shop.
A place where prescriptions are prepared and filled. Sometimes called a Chemist or Druggist shop or an Apothecary. Usefulness: N/A(0 ratings) by Andersen777 () Rate It! this definition is ... useful somewhat useful incorrect spam / offensive
An area in the health sciences that deals with the preparation, dispensing, and appropriate use of medicines.
An establishment where prescription orders are compounded and dispensed by, or under the direct supervision of, a licensed pharmacist and which is registered pursuant to A.R.S. Title 32, Chapter 18.
Retail outlet staffed by a professional pharmacist, licensed to sell both Rx (q.v) and OTC (q.v) medicines.
the art and science of preparing and dispensing drugs and medicines,
a retail shop where medicine and other articles are sold
a business entity engaged in the dispensing of drugs
a chemist - a place where you can buy medicines
a government licensed business with government licensed pharmacists
an psychologist of heart that holds one no prescription of tranquilization for every risks on the online
a place where drugs are prepared and dispensed
a place where prescription drugs are sold
a special place in my mind - one where you take this prescription you've received from your doctor and you get it filled - quickly, efficiently and confidentially
a special place in my mind" or the implication that drugs are somehow not "available to private consumers from private stores" which they demonstrably are)
a store that sells medicine
The department that supplies medicines.
Any place of business which meets these conditions: 1) It is registered as a pharmacy with the appropriate state licensing agency and 2) prescription drugs are compounded and dispensed by a pharmacist. This definition does not include a physician who dispenses drugs, pharmacies or drug centers maintained by or on behalf of an employer, a mutual benefit association, labor union, trustee or similar person or group. It also does not include pharmacies maintained by hospitals, nursing homes, or similar institutions.
means a licensed establishment where covered Prescription Drugs are filled and dispensed by a pharmacist licensed under the laws of the state where he or she practices.
The practice of compounding and dispensing medicinal preparations.
A place where prescription medicines are compounded and dispensed.
A place where drugs and medicines are dispensed.
A location where prescription drugs are sold. A pharmacy is, by law, constantly supervised by a licensed pharmacist.
the store in which you purchase prescribed medicines and some non-prescription medicine.
a facility or drug store where a pharmacist prepares and dispenses drugs.
limited commercial outlet where only drugs, medicines, or similar medical/prescription related items are dispensed to patients or customers (as opposed to a drug store, which may engage in the sale of a relatively wide range of small consumer convenience items).
chemist, chemist's (shop)
A business that fills and dispenses ethical pharmaceutical products. Pharmacies include, but are not limited to: - Retail pharmacies - Mail Order pharmacies - Internet pharmacies - Hospital, clinic, or HMO pharmacies
Pharmacy (from the Greek Ï†Î¬ÏÎ¼Î±ÎºÎ¿Î½ = drug) is a transitional field between health sciences and chemical sciences and a profession charged with ensuring the safe use of medication. Traditionally, pharmacists have compounded and dispensed medications on the orders of physicians. More recently, pharmacy has come to include other services related to patient care including clinical practice, medication review, and drug information.