2800-18 Raeford Rd. Fayetteville, NC 28303
Phone: (910) 484-6100
4417 Ramsey St. Fayetteville, NC 28311
Phone: (910) 884-3053
Welcome to Cape Fear Discount Drugs!
Cape Fear Discount Drugs is located in Fayetteville, NC. Our family-owned pharmacy has been serving families and health care providers since 2003 and continues to expand the services offered to our customers. We have two convenient locations: in Highland Centre next to Harris Teeter on Raeford Road and right in front of Wal-Mart on Ramsey Street.
Our experienced pharmacy staff includes a number of registered pharmacists along with several technicians, many of whom are board certified. We accept most third party insurance plans, including Medicare Part D, North Carolina’s Medicaid, workman’s compensation, and Tricare. Some of the services that we offer at Cape Fear Discount Drugs include prescription compounding, complimentary blood pressure checks, medication management, and diabetic shoe fitting.
At Cape Fear Discount Drugs, we also have an extensive selection of over-the-counter products along with some hard-to-find apothecary products. If you are looking for something we do not carry, we make every effort to see if we can order it for the next day.
Our goal is to provide individualized customer service while preparing most prescriptions in less than 15 minutes. We strive to make sure all of your needs are met as we want to be “friends for life.”
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