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Access Pharmacy - Oakland - 2693 Fruitvale Ave

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Access Pharmacy

2693 Fruitvale Ave, Oakland, California 94601
(510) 330-4906
Hours:

M-F 10-6
Sa 10-2

Item Notes Method Destination
Medications Kiosk inside. All prescription drugs in any dosage form (e.g. pills, liquids, creams, aerosols). Protect your privacy by removing or obscuring any labels showing your personal information on drug containers or vials. You can pour all your pills into a Zip-lock bag no larger than 1 gallon in size, and recycle the vials and other containers in your home recycling. Liquids and creams should remain in their original containers and tightly closed to prevent leakage. Aerosols should have their protective caps affixed to prevent accidental discharge. Remove inhaler vials from the inhaler mechanism.
  • Free Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal
Needles & Syringes Kiosk inside. Sharps, syringes, needles, auto injectors, prefilled syringes with needle, and lancets should be in a sealed FDA cleared Sharps container. 1g max container size.
  • Free Drop-off
  • Safe Disposal

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