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We are proud to offer FREE delivery of all prescription medications to your home, office or to the campus of Southeast Missouri State University.
Now our delivery drivers can accept debit and credit cards!
Look for our delivery car, the "Pillbox" to see us in action!
Just two blocks from the campus of Southeast Missouri State University, Broadway Prescription Shop is the pharmacy preferred by students and their parents. But we're not just popular on campus. By going above and beyond the needs of the patient, we have earned such distinctions as #1 Pharmacy in Cape Girardeau, the Business of Excellence Award, Small Business of the Year, and recognition in America's Pharmacist, a nationwide magazine.
There's a reason we have been in business for more than 80 years. Our commitment to 'personalized care for life' ensures we provide individualized, attentive customer service that can't be found anywhere else. Our services include:
Free, same-day delivery within the Cape Girardeau city limits
Compounded prescriptions tailor made for you
The Personal Pack that takes the guesswork out of taking or giving medication
Simplify My Meds—simplify your life by getting all of your prescriptions filled at the same time
Vaccinations and immunizations given by a R.N. with no prescription required
Diabetic footwear, lancets meters, test strips and other supplies to control diabetes
Ostomy supplies, which we will also gladly deliver at no cost.
Did you know poison control awareness started at Broadway Prescription Shop?
Our founder, Homer George, was passionate about raising awareness on the matter. He pushed a city proclamation, signed by then Cape mayor Walter Ford, to name the first ever Poison Prevention week in the country, in Cape Girardeau in October of 1958. Missouri's governor expanded the declaration on a state level. George then took it to the federal level where Congressman Paul Jones introduced legislation, later signed by President John F. Kennedy on September 26, 1961, that created a National Poison Prevention week.
For more information on the Father of Poison Prevention click here.
For information on preventing poisoning in your home click here.