Medicine Place Offers Flu Shots Nov. 11, 18 At Fulton, Phoenix Locations

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Fulton Medicine Place, 360 W. 1st St. S., and The Medicine Place, 464 Main St., Phoenix will be offering flu shots during Nov., it was announced by Frank Badagnani, co-owner of both pharmacies.

“Flu shots will be offered from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on Tues. Nov. 11 in Phoenix; and during those same times on Tues. Nov. 18 in Fulton,” Badagnani said. “We will bill Medicare if the customer is eligible. The cost will be $30 per inoculation for all others. ”

A.L. Lee Memorial Hospital will be administering the flu shots.

The Fulton Medicine Place, co-owned by Frank and Fran Badagnani, celebrates its 21st year this November. The Phoenix location opened in Jan. 2007 and is managed by pharmacist David Dingman.  “Both the Fulton and Phoenix pharmacies are locally owned, yet they are also part of the Leader system of over 3,000 stores,” Badagnani said.  “This allows us to offer you the personal service you deserve, as well as competitive chain-drugstore pricing.”

Both Fulton and Phoenix Medicine Place pharmacies fill Workers Compensation prescriptions and accept most insurance coverage plans.  They maintain personal medication profiles; offer wellness programs such as health care screenings, and carry a variety of Leader® Brand non-prescription products “which offer all the quality of national brands for up to 50 percent less” said Frank Badagnani.  “We guarantee our customers quality, service, professionalism, and value.”

The Medicine Place in Fulton and Phoenix is open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mon. through Fri., and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sat.  For further information, contact Frank Badagnani, Fran Badagnani, or Erin Hess at 593-8378. In Phoenix, contact Dave Dingman at 695-4200.