Dear, Hillsboro Pharmacy and fountain customers, sometime this summer the fountain will be open but,
unfortunately we are sorry to say that we are closing the pharmacy and your prescriptions will be sent to Walgreens starting May 30th.

Walgreens Address: 955 SE Baseline St., Hillsboro, OR 97123; Phone: 503-615-8384
Please call for any questions at 503-648-1811 Thank you.
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