Welcome

We are locally owned and operated, and we are proud to be able to serve the people in the Opp area. We pride ourselves on offering personal service to all of our customers. When you call us you talk to one of our friendly staff members immediately with no menus to navigate. Most prescriptions filled in 10 minutes or less.

T & C Pharmacy

101 Parish Ave,

Opp, Al 36467

Store Hours

Monday 9 to 6

Tuesday 9 to 6

Wednesday 9  to 6

Thursday 9 to 6

Friday 9 to 6

Saturday 9 to 1

Sunday Closed

Contact Us

T: (334) 493-4517

Email: pharmacy@tcpharmacyinc.com

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Your Hometown Independent Pharmacy

We offer fast, friendly and personalized prescription service. We honor most insurance plans including Alabama Medicaid, Silverscripts, Express Scripts, Humana, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Tricare, Medimpact, Peehip (Teachers) and many more. We have a Pharmacy drive thru window when you have sick children or just don’t want to get out of the car. Pharmacy co-pays are usually the same no matter where you fill your prescriptions. Why sacrifice time, convenience, and service when the price is the same, your money stays locally, and the owner is in the store. Why wait for hours at a chain pharmacy when we can fill your prescription at competitive prices in 10 minutes or less in most cases. Give us a call and talk directly with one of our friendly staff members with no menus or automated phone systems to navigate. We can transfer your prescriptions from any pharmacy to ours just call us (334) 493-4517. Does your Pharmacy have you at the corner of Frustrated and Fed up, get out of line and come on over to T & C Pharmacy, Your Home Town Pharmacy.

We also offer flu, pneumonia. pertussis and shingles vaccinations.

 

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