Latham’s Pharmacy is locally owned and operated with a focus on serving our surrounding community.
Be sure to try our popular grill, serving breakfast and lunch daily.
We simplify the process of getting you refills by offering a quick and easy online form
Providing high quality products and services at affordable prices
We welcome your business at Latham’s Pharmacy
|Diabetes Consultation||Monday||7:00am - 6:00pm|
|Medication Review||Tuesday||7:00am - 6:00pm|
|Specialty Pharmacy||Wednesday||7:00am - 6:00pm|
|Transfer Prescription||Thursday||7:00am - 6:00pm|
|Vaccinations||Friday||7:00am - 6:00pm|
|Worker's Comp||Saturday||7:00am - 2:00pm|
Latham’s Pharmacy is locally owned and operated, with a focus on serving our surrounding community.
As Arab’s oldest continuously operating pharmacy since 1955, we honor our commitment to treating our customers with respect and to providing high quality products and services at affordable prices.
Tired of the “so-called” discount chains and being treated like a number? We welcome your business at Latham’s Pharmacy and will make every effort to simplify the process of transitioning your current pharmacy services to Latham’s Pharmacy. Call today to begin the process and thank you for using Latham’s Pharmacy.
A good neighbor is someone who cares about the community, your family, and your well being. That's LATHAM's Pharmacy, your local Good Neighbor Pharmacy. As a member of Latham's Pharmacy, we're able to offer quality products and services - at prices that are competitive with the big national chains. Plus, we offer a special dose of caring that makes you feel right at home. Get to know us, and get to know the value we can bring to your family's life.
We contact your doctor for reﬁll authorizations
We initiate the prior authorization process
We will work with your doctor and insurance company to minimize your prescription expenses
The Latest in Health News from Lathams Pharmacy
Section Page News - Modern Healthcare
A House bill seeks to shield providers from certain liability due to pandemic guidelines.
Laboratories, especially large national labs, have for a number of years been focusing more on patient convenience in response to factors including increased interest in wellness and health monitoring applications and a need to compete for consumers as health insurers moved away from exclusive lab contracts.
Most COVID-19 vaccines worldwide have been authorized for adults. Pfizer's vaccine is being used in multiple countries for teens as young as 16, and Canada recently became the first to expand use to 12 and up.
The Justice Department and whistleblowers alleged that the university's lab test protocol prioritized profits over patient care.
Tennessee may end up with sweeping reforms to the state's certificate-of-need law that would exempt psychiatric hospitals and increase fees.
St. Francis Medical Center in Trenton, N.J., has signed a letter of intent to join Capital Health, whose Trenton hospital is just 2 miles away.
Administration officials said payments could begin to go out in the coming days to eligible governments, allowing state, local, territorial and tribal officials to offset the economic damage from the pandemic.
Experts say hospitals are advertising coronavirus vaccinations primarily as public service announcements, since higher vaccination rates will reduce community spread of COVID-19 and save lives. But the secondary message to customers has the potential of burnishing hospitals' brands.
In its new venture with ValueHealth, University Hospitals will offer bundled-payment models for certain procedures at a series of new ambulatory surgery centers in Northeast Ohio that the two are developing.
Kim Keck, president and CEO of the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, talks about some of the ways insurers can address community needs.