For 25 years, Springfield Drugs has remained an independent family business. We have grown from a small neighborhood drugstore to a modern pharmacy offering traditional prescription services, quality products, and friendly service. Weve made it our goal to meet the special healthcare needs of our community. Our pharmacists address questions and concerns completely and confidentially, providing unparalleled service. Also, at Springfield Drugs we still maintain an old fashion lunch counter, serving homemade soups, sandwiches, desserts and "real" milk shakes. Looking for a special gift? Come by and see our unique gift collection.
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