Free local Delivery on all Presciption Medications

Delivering all of the North Shore Area, Beverly to Gloucester

Fast, Reliable Shipping

Address

409 Cabot Street
Beverly, Ma 01950

Phone & Fax

phone (978) 720-8170

fax (978)-969-0272

Customer Service

No complaints so far. Great price and fast delivery all the way to east Cambridge. It sure beats standing in line at a chain pharmacy.

(978) 720-8170

AnchorHomeMedical.com

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(345) 235-2353

help@divipharm.com

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help@divipharm.com

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F.A.Q.

Will Anchor Home Medical & Pharmacy fill a Prescription early ?

Most prescriptions can be refilled a few days early. However, the exact time a prescription is refillable will vary based on numerous factors such as the type of medication, insurance plan restrictions, state law regulations, etc. Please contact Anchor Pharmacy for assistance.

How long does Anchor Hold Prescriptions for?

Anchor Medical will hold a filled prescription for pick-up for up to fourteen days, depending on the type of prescription. After that time, it will be returned to stock. Contact the store directly for more information. If you have valid refills, you may request that most prescriptions be refilled any time, even if it has been returned to stock.

Do I have to pay sales tax?

You will pay sales tax based on the tax at the ship location. Tax is estimated on our website at order checkout and subject to change. Exact taxes will be calculated and determined once your order fully processes. Restrictions to HI and AK may apply.

Who should get a flu shot?

 Everyone 6 months and older should receive a yearly flu vaccine. The flu vaccine contains an inactivated flu virus. The flu vaccine causes your body to make antibodies that fight the flu, decreasing your risk of becoming sick with the flu. Since the virus in the vaccine is inactivated they cannot cause the flu. The flu vaccine is recommended annually, as immunity decreases over time. It takes about two weeks for the vaccine to be effective, so it is important to get the vaccine before the flu starts spreading in your area.

Can I get the flu if I am been vaccinated?

 

Yes. Those who have been vaccinated may still get the flu. This can be caused by one or more of the following:

  • Exposure to the virus before vaccination
  • Exposure to the virus during the two-week period after receiving vaccination, before immunity develops.
  • The possible strains of the flu that may be circulating are not included in the flu vaccine.

In the United States, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) reviews the flu data and determines the combination of viruses most likely to prevent the flu each year. Despite the amount of research that goes into the flu vaccine composition, the virus is constantly changing.

Therefore, the vaccine may not be a perfect match to the current circulating virus. The good news is, those who have been vaccinated generally have a milder case of flu than those who are unvaccinated.

 

 

What should I do if I get sick?

Common flu symptoms may include fever or chills, muscle aches, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, headache and fatigue/tiredness.  If you have flu symptoms and are in a high risk group, contact your healthcare provider.  If you are not in a high risk group but have symptoms, get plenty of rest and drink fluids, manage symptoms with Over-the-counter (OTC) medications when appropriate.

 OTC medications like acetaminophen and ibuprofen can be used to treat fever, headache, body aches, and sore throat.

 Products containing dextromethorphan (a cough suppressant) and/or guaifenesin (an expectorant) are helpful for cough.

 Runny/stuffy nose symptoms can be treated with an antihistamine and/or decongestant.  There are several combination products available to treat flu symptoms.

 Always read the product label to understand the active ingredient(s), uses, warnings, doses, and directions.  For questions and help with product selection, consult a pharmacist or other healthcare professional.

 When you are sick, you should stay at home, wash your hands often and avoid contact with other people to minimize the chance of infecting others. You may return to work, school, shopping, etc. once you have been without a fever for 24 hours (without the use of fever reducing medications).

 

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Phone

(978) 720-8170

Fax (978) 969-0272

Location

409 Cabot Street
Beverly, Ma 01950

(Next to Flip The Bird)

Store Hours

Mon – Thur
8:30 am – 5:30 pm

Friday
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Saturday
10:00 am – 3:00 pm