Med One 1 Pharmacy
 

Thurmont
Brunswick
Emmitsburg
Middletown
Boonsboro
Woodbine

Six Locations to
Better Serve You!


Service Area:
 Brunswick, Jefferson, Middletown, Myersville, Fairfield, Gettysburg, Emmitsburg, Lovetsville, Burkittsville, Rocky Ridge, Creagerstown, Graceham, Blue Ridge Summit, Thurmont, Sabilasville, Frederick, Woodbine, Boonsboro, Wolfsville, Smithsburg.

The following counties:  Frederick County, Montgomery County, Washington Country, Loudon County, Carroll County, Lower- Central Pennsylvania

Hours of Operation:
Our individual store location and hours are listed here
 
Memberships:
Good Neighbor Pharmacy Network™
Maryland Pharmaceutical Association™
Thurmont Professional Business Association™
Emmitsburg Professional Business Association™
 
Links:
American Red Cross

Good Neighbor Pharmacy
 


Links


Good Neighbor Pharmacy
Frederick County Health Department
Frederick Memorial Hospital
Maryland Medical Assistance
Red Cross
WebMD
Frederick County Department of Aging
American Diabetes Association
Plan Finder at medicare.gov

To properly dispose of medications:
 
Do not flush prescription drugs down the toilet or drain unless the label or accompanying patient information specifically instructs you to do so. For information on drugs that should be flushed, visit the FDA's website.
 
To dispose of prescription drugs not labeled to be flushed, you may be able to take advantage of community drug take-back programs, or other programs, such as household hazardous waste collection events, that collect drugs at a central location for proper disposal. Call your city or county governments household trash and recycling service and ask if a drug take back program is available in your community.
 
If a drug take-back program is not available:

  1. Take your prescription drugs out of their original containers.
  2. Mix drugs with an undesirable product, such as cat litter or used coffee grounds. 
  3. Put the mixture into a disposable container with a lid, such as an empty margarine tub, or into a sealable bag. 
  4. Conceal or remove any personal information, including Rx number, on the empty containers by covering it with black marker or duct tape, or by scratching it off.
  5. Place the sealed container with the mixture, and the empty drug containers, in the trash. 

You can dispose by flushing:

  • Actiq
  • Avinza
  • Daytrana
  • 'Demerol
  • Diastat
  • Dilaudidolophine 
  • Duragesic
  • Embed
  • Fentora 
  • Xyrem
  • Kadian
  • Methadone
  • Morphone
  • MS Contin
  • On solis
  • Opana / ER
  • Oramorph SR
  • OxyContin 
  • Percocet
  • Percodan

 
 *This list is continuously revised
 
For more information, please visit the following accompanying website: Disposal of Medications

 
   

Contact any of the stores for more specific directions to one of our six drug store locations.