Township Pharmacy is part of the Bulloch Drug family. After the hospital, Valley View Medical Center, moved from the southeast part of Cedar City to the northwest part, Evan and Chris started looking for property where they could build a second pharmacy. They were successful in purchasing property from one of the physician groups across the street from the hospital and they began construction on the new building. Robert A. Bulloch Construction was the contractor and with that, a special friendship was formed between the Vickers and the Bullochs. The pharmacy was opened in September 2003 and has continued to grow and prosper ever since. The pharmacy provides the same professional service that Bulloch’s Drug does with the added feature of a drive-up prescription window. Township is currently managed by Kyle Rowley and he and his staff strive to provide the very best professional and customer service that you can receive anywhere.
Richfield Community Pharmacy
We at Bulloch’s Drug Pharmacy pride ourselves in providing modern professional pharmacy service while maintaining a historic atmosphere. Our pharmacists and technicians are well trained to provide the fast, friendly, professional service that our customers and patients desire. We also provide specialty compounding and free home prescription delivery within the area.
We proudly offer our customers a full-service pharmacy with a hometown feel. We have a wide variety of medical supplies to help you lead a healthier life including vitamins, cough and cold, first aid, and much more. Being locally owned, we work hard to take care of our customers and get to know them. We want everyone to feel welcome when they enter our store. We are proud to be your independently owned, hometown pharmacy.
MONTHLY DIABETES CLASS
FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY
DRIVE-UP RX WINDOW
DIABETIC SHOES & SUPPLIES
FAST, FRIENDLY SERVICE
Monday - Friday: 9AM - 8PM
Saturday: 9AM - 6PM
Built in 1917 and remodeled over the years to retain its historic character, this landmark building in downtown Cedar City contains an old-fashioned drug store with a soda fountain from the 1950s. The ever-evolving Bulloch Drug Family now includes a women and children's boutique and a home décor store.