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  • onePAC Strip Packaging

    Introducing our new onePAC strip packaging system.  It’s better than a pillbox.

    We’re proud to introduce a new way to keep you keep you on track taking your medications.  It’s called a onePAC and it’s going to change  the way you think about remembering to take medications. more

     
  • Remodeling Sale! Take 50% off Entire Departments

    We’re remodeling our Fayette store and need to clear out existing stock.  So we’re taking 50% off of entire departments throughout the store… holiday decor, stationary, school supplies, gifts, cards, canned food items, domestic goods, electronics, household items, sewing supplies, pet care products and much more. more

     
  • Drug Take Back Day – September 29th, 2012

    Drug Take Back Day – September 29th, 2012

    Each year, more than a billion prescriptions are dispensed.  Millions of these are for short term use or are no longer needed after a period of time.  Unused medications are typically placed in medicine cabinets in case they’re needed again, set aside because they’re expired or simply left in a drawer, cabinet or a some forgotten hiding place. more

     
  • We accept Express Scripts, Tricare & Anthem Cards

    Sam’s Health Mart Pharmacies in Moberly and Fayette accept most insurance plans including Express Scripts and Anthem cards at the same or lower co-pay than at national chains.  If you are or know a state employee or covered under a commercial insurance plan more

     
  • We Repair All Brands of Hearing Aids

     

    Do you have a hearing aid in need of repair or service or perhaps just a good cleaning?

    Our pharmacy located on Highway 24 in Moberly offers free cleaning and affordable repair service on all major brands of hearing aids.  Our technicians will clean and evaluate your aid for damage.  If repairs are needed, they’ll fix it onsite or arrange to have it factory serviced.

    Hearing aid cleaning and repairs is a new service we’re offering so you don’t have to go out of town or wait weeks to have your aid looked at or cleaned.

    Technicians are on staff Monday – Friday until 5pm.   If you want more information, give us a call at 660-263-6710.

     
  • Try our new location on Highway 24 in Moberly

    We’d like to invite you to have your next prescription filled at our newest location now open on Highway 24 in Moberly.  This additional location expands on our commitment to deliver innovative, more

     
  • New Prescription Refill App Makes Refills a Snap

    Sam’s new Smart Phone Web App Makes Refills a Snap!

    With Sam’s Health Mart’s NEW mobileRx web app, you can order refills from our Moberly store locations quickly and easily.  You can enter up to three prescriptions at a time with the app.   more

     
  • Is your health plan pushing you to mail order?

    You should know your options because your healthcare is too important to be handled by the “next available representative.”  And you dollars are too important to your local community to be siphoned off by an out-of-state mail order facility.

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  • Permanent Hearing Loss

    Permanent hearing loss can occur in as little as 15 minutes with exposure to certain sounds and almost instantly with unprotected exposure to sounds generated from firearms and certain power tools.  If you have or routinely come into contact with any sounds above 90 decibels, you need to take immediate action to prevent permanent hearing damage.

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  • Have your next prescription filled at our new Moberly location

    Have your next prescription filled at our new Moberly location

    Sam’s Health Mart Pharmacies would like to invite you to have your next prescription filled at our newest location NOW OPEN on Highway 24 in Moberly.   Sam’s newest location expands on our commitment to deliver innovative, high-quality & personal healthcare services to Randolph and surrounding counties.   more

     
  • Congratulations to our Grand Opening Prize Winners!

    We at Sam’s Health Mart Pharmacies truely appreciate all those who ventured out to our new location on Highway 24 in Moberly for our Grand Opening events April 26th through April 28th.   We had a lot of fun showing off the new store and everyone seemed to enjoy the events and the scavenger hunt to register for the giveaways.   In short, it was a great week of events! more

     
  • Thanks for making our Grand Opening a Success!

    We at Sam’s Health Mart Pharmacies truely appreciate all of you who ventured out to our new location on Highway 24 in Moberly for our Grand Opening events April 26th through April 28th.   We had a lot of fun showing off the new store and everyone seemed to enjoy the events and the scavenger hunt to register for the giveaways.   In short, it was a great week of events! more

     
  • Find out just how good a pharmacy can be

    Sam’s Health Mart Pharmacies in Moberly and Fayette are locally-owned community pharmacies, offering the special attention and service that people should only expect from members of their community.   Don’t think you have to give up price for great service, either.  Just compare our prices to those of the big box stores and you’ll  find  that we offer perhaps the best value, convenience and services available.  So why not our pharmacies in Fayette and Moberly a try?  You might find out just how good a pharmacy can be. more

     
  • Do you know the signs of hearing loss?

    Many of us don’t notice the early signs of hearing loss because we slowly adjust to the change.  But if you sometimes have difficulty understanding speech on the telephone or television, feel people are mumbling or have to ask them to repeat themselves frequently, you might want to have your hearing tested. more

     
  • Do you want to save 30% or more on your prescription medications?

    Do you want to save 30% or more on your prescription medications?

    Sam’s Health Mart Pharmacies stock many generic medications which can save you between 30% to 60% compared to their brand name equivalents.  The next time you need a prescription filled, ask our pharmacists if a generic option is available and appropriate for you.

     
  • Rock and Roll Up Your Sleeves July 12th

    Donate Blood July 12th Win a Gibson Guitar test

    Whether you’re a fan of Bill Haley and his Comets, the Rolling Stones or Bon Jovi, the Red Cross invites you to Rock and Roll Up Your Sleeves this summer to give blood or platelets.

    Donating blood can help save up to three lives because your blood is separated into its components – red cells, plasma and platelets – to treat patients with different needs. Donating platelets primarily benefits cancer patients. When a patient is undergoing chemotherapy, the production of blood cells is affected and the platelet count may drop to a critical level.

    Shake, Rattle and Roll into a Red Cross blood drive at Sam’s Health Mart Pharmacy on July 12th, 2012 and you’ll be eligible to win a Gibson guitar, courtesy of The Gibson Foundation. The Red Cross will award multiple guitars and 50,000 guitar picks at donor centers, co-branded with the Gibson and Red Cross logos, during this campaign. In addition, you’ll receive a rock and roll themed t-shirt.

    As a special incentive for our young donors, anyone aged 16-21 can enter to win a $5,000 scholarship! Click here for more information about the 2012 Summer Youth Scholarship.

    Walk ins are welcome on July 12th, but time slots are limited. To avoid a wait, you can conveniently reserve one the 24 available time slots by scheduling your own appointment online. Be sure to search using sponsorcode: samshealthmart.

    Or you can just call 660-263-6710 to make an appointment.

    Good Golly Miss Molly, helping to save lives through blood donation makes you a rock star. Visit the Sam’s Health Mart Pharmacy blood drive on July 12th and in no time you’ll be singing, “I love Rock ‘n’ Roll.”

    For the the complete contest rules, click here.

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  • People With Good Hearing Have Better Relationships

    People With Good Hearing Have Better Relationships

     

    A recent study conducted by the Hear the World Foundation reveals that people with hearing loss enjoy a better relationship with their family and friends and take more pleasure in communal activities as a result of wearing a hearing aid.  The study, titled “Hearing is Living,” was conducted by zehnvier, an independent Swiss market research and strategy consulting firm, which questioned more than 4,300 people in Germany, France, Switzerland, Great Britain, and the United States. more

     
  • Saturday is National Drug Take Back Day

    Each year, more than a billion prescriptions are dispensed.  Millions of these are for short term use or are no longer needed after a period of time.  Unused medications are typically placed in medicine cabinets in case they’re needed again, set aside because they’re expired or simply left in a drawer, cabinet or a some forgotten hiding place. more

     
  • Responsible Medication Disposal Safeguards Lives and Protects the Environment

    Responsible Medication Disposal Safeguards Lives and Protects the Environment

    Medicines play an important role in treating certain conditions and diseases and they must be taken with care. But when we no longer need a medication or theygo unused for some reason they must also be disposed of properly to avoid harm to wildlife, pets, and people.

    Numerous studies demonstrate that the endocrine systems of certain fish and wildlife have been affected by exposure to endocrine disrupting compounds. Endocrine disruption can be caused by exposure to synthetic or naturally occurring chemicals including pharmaceuticals, detergents, fragrances, fire retardants, disinfectants, plastics, resins, pesticides, and insect repellants.

    SMARxT Disposal Logo Flushing medications down the toilet or pouring them down the drain are two of the many ways medications and other substances can enter waterways, which can harm the plants and animals that live there. One way to prevent this from happening is by increasing awareness about proper medication disposal.

    Our pharmacies already partner with area law enforcement to assist with the National DEA Drug Take Back Days that happen twice each year.  These local events have helped prevent over 600 lbs of unnecessary and expired medcations from making their way into our local streams and ultimately, into our water supply.

    That’s a good start but we want to do more.  So we’ve recently began supporting the outreach of an organization called SMARxT Disposal.  This is a national education partnership between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the American Pharmacists Association and the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America.

    The goal of the partnership is to help educate consumers about how to dispose of medicines in a safe and environmentally protective manner and increase awareness of the threats posed by flushing medicines or pouring them down the drain.
    The recommendations put forward by SMARxT Disposal has already made a significant impact and even been adopted by the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.

    So please take a few moments to review this important eco-friendly approach to disposing of unneeded medications.  Just click the logo below.

         SMARxT Disposal

     

     
  • Drug Take Back Nets 449 lbs of Unused Medications

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    Moberly Police Chief Russ Tarr, Pharmacist Christian Tadrus & Randolph County Sheriff Mark Nichols in front of 449 lbs of unwanted or expired medications collected on April 27th, 2013. Photo courtesy Moberly Monitor Index

    Thank you to all who participated in the April 27th Randolph County DEA Drug Take Back Day! The net take was 449 pounds of unwanted, unused or expired medications. This amount, which was collected during the most recent national event held over the past two and a half years, improved by 50% the amount previously collected in September of 2012.

    Randolph County take back locations were among 5,829 locations nationwide that collectively gathered up 742,479 pounds (371 tons) of prescription medications from members of the public. When added to the collections from DEA’s previous Take-Back events, more than 2.8 million pounds (1,409 tons) of prescription medications were removed from circulation.

    The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day helps prevent drugs from entering water sources, reduces the likelihood of them getting into the hands of teens and of them accidentally being ingested by small children. In addition to providing a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposal, the event also helps educate the general public about the potential for abuse of these medications.

    According to the 2011 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), more than six million Americans abuse prescription drugs. That same study revealed more than 70 percent of people abusing prescription pain relievers got them through friends or relatives, a statistic that includes raiding the family medicine cabinet.

    Collection continues at the Moberly Police Station and the Randolph County Court House in Huntsville by the Sheriff’s Department.

     
  • Drug Take Back Nets 449 lbs of Unused Medications

    Drug Take Back Nets 449 lbs of Unused Medications

    Thank you to all who participated in the April 27th Randolph County DEA Drug Take Back Day! The net take was 449 pounds of unwanted, unused or expired medications. This amount, which was collected during the most recent national event held over the past two and a half years, improved by 50% the amount previously collected in September of 2012. more

     
  • Hunters and Shooters

    Whether you are in the woods or on the range, hearing clearly is key to communication, success and your safety.  Yet, the competing need to simultaneously protect your hearing from the deafening sound of muzzle blasts while allowing full hearing sensitivity to engage in your environment has – until now – created a unique noise management challenge. more

     
  • Sam’s Health Mart supports Starkey Hearing Foundation

    Sam’s Health Mart supports Starkey Hearing Foundation!

    For those who are in need of a hearing instrument and face financial hardships, we are proud to tell you that we are a Starkey Hearing Foundation provider through the Hear Now program!

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  • Hear For The Holidays!

    The gift of hearing opens a whole new world of possibility, or a world once thought lost.  Hearing helps everyone connect building stronger families and relationships.  Hearing allows everyone to be included in this festive season and no one gets left out. more