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By: Laura E.
Town & Country Drug Inc
I work with a medical clinic in Midland, TX. This pharmacy was unable to combine the sterile saline I requested (need a "clean room"). But CHARLIE was kind enough to direct me to a pharmacy in another small town that was able to accommodate. I am going to send all our Odessa clients to Town & Country Drug!
By: Mark O.
Town & Country Drug Inc
My grandfather knew the owner years ago and we haven't went anywhere else. It is nice to know they care about my family and have continued to win our business.
By: Katie L.
Town & Country Drug Inc
I love Town and Country drug. They are all so friendly and fast. I can call in to refill my prescriptions and they have it ready by the time i get there!
By: Pauline T.
Town & Country Drug Inc
I've always found the staff courteous and knowledgeable about the products they carry. I would recommend their services to anyone I know!
By: Tasha U.
Town & Country Drug Inc
Perfect place for anyone that doesn't want to use a large chain pharmacy. I really like Town and Country for the hometown feel.
By: tpitt4n96
Town & Country Drug Inc
I have been there so often I know most of the staff and they know me. It is nice to know that I am not just another number.
By: Kenny J.
Town & Country Drug Inc
The staff is wonderful, they always know you when you go in. Makes you feel at home. I would highly recommend them!
By: Earl D.
Town & Country Drug Inc
The people at Town & Country Drug are very efficient and definitely know their stuff. I love coming here!
By: odtx55
Town & Country Drug Inc
They are the best in Odessa, my prescriptions are always ready when I am ready to go pick them up.
By: Susan H.
Town & Country Drug Inc
My prescriptions are always ready when I need them and I love how kind everyone is there.
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