Globe Rexall Pharmacy & Gifts

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  • Your True Care Pharmacy*

    Prescription Delivery Services available – call for details

    Globe Rexall is a UPS Drop off location, Fairbury NebraskaWe are a UPS Drop off location, pick up time is 4:30 pm M-F.
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    A full-service pharmacy for all your home health needs -plus- Carlton Cards, assorted candies, Candles/Decorative Flags/Home Decor Items.

    Prescription Take-Back Services
    Any Day, Any Time

    We are also registered with the Nebraska MEDS Disposal, TakeAway Environmental Return System Program! Now you can bring your unused medications in and we will take care of disposal for you. Safe disposal of unwanted prescription and over-the-counter medications will protect your family, our communities, and the environment. For more information about this you can visit: www.LeftOverMeds.com

    *TrueCare Pharmacy is a member network of independent pharmacies located throughout the U.S. These independently owned pharmacies have formed an “inter-dependent chain” in an effort to provide quality, yet cost-effective prescription services to the customer.

    We believe that personal attention, enhanced services and great value are what every patient wants, needs, and deserves.

    Campbell Brothers Mural, Globe Rexall Pharmacy. Fairbury NebraskaThe Campbell Brothers Circus parade is also the subject of a full-scale mural painted on the north side of the Globe Rexall Drug Store at the corner of 5th & E Streets in Fairbury’s Downtown Historic District, painted in 1993 by Geoff and Echo Easton of Crete, Nebraska and Greg Holdren of Friend, Nebraska and commissioned by Bob Atkins, owner of Globe Rexall Drug. The mural, which measures a massive 140 ft x 38 ft,  contains many historically-accurate elements depicting buildings, businesses and the circus parade as they appeared around 1900.

  •  424 E St
    Hours:
    Mon - Fri 8:30 am - 6 pm
    Saturdays, 8:30 am - Noon
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