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
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SelectHealth, the not-for-profit insurer owned by Salt Lake City-based Intermountain Healthcare, tapped Mike Cotton to be its next president and CEO, starting in mid-November.
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UPMC prevailed in an antitrust lawsuit accusing the Pittsburgh-based integrated health system of driving out a competitor that offers workers' compensation administrative services.
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Prime Healthcare has completed the purchase of St. Francis Medical Center in the Los Angeles area from bankrupt Verity Health after compromising with California's attorney general on some of the conditions he sought.
Many doctors and nurses must fill out paper forms on COVID-19 cases and available beds and fax them to public health agencies, causing critical delays in care and hampering the effort to track and block the spread of the coronavirus.
The Federal Circuit said the Trump administration violated the law when it abruptly stopped paying for certain Affordable Care Act subsidies, but said health insurers should not collect a windfall.