Key Drugs is a family tradition.
Key Drugs is the oldest drug store in Butler County and is one of the first drug stores in Missouri to be located in a shopping center.
Our knowledgeable pharmacists, Marty Michel, Jennifer Dennis, Shelly Billington, Brian Chronister and Robin Robertson, use their vast experience to provide quality service. Our large staff allows us to fill prescriptions quickly and give all of our customers the personalized care they appreciate and deserve. Why wait in line and be just a number when you can get prompt personalized service from pharmacists that know your name and treat you like a friend and a neighbor? We offer free in-town delivery and accept all Medicare Part D plans and most insurances.
Flu shots are available at any time, given by Marty Michel, Jennifer Dennis, Shelly Billington or Brian Chronister who are all certified in Immunization Delivery. Flu vaccines are $25.00 each or we will bill Medicare, Medicaid or your insurance. To assist you with one-stop shopping, Key Drugs has a U.S. Post Office inside the store to handle all of your postal needs. We also sell many hard to find fine fragrances and Russell Stover Candy. We carry a large inventory of home medical equipment and ostomy supplies. If you have Medicare and a supplemental insurance, Key Drugs can usually supply your Diabetes Supplies to you at no cost.
We have a compounding laboratory at our Key Drugs location, enabling us to make customized medications for our patients. We specialize in Natural Bio-Identical Hormone Therapy for Women and Men. According to Marty, “Compounding a prescription for a patient who has not been able to take the manufactured dosage form is most rewarding. People have been very grateful to us for helping them with their medication problems.”
Key Drugs, located at 910 North Westwood Blvd. has become a family tradition! We are open from 9am to 6pm Monday through Friday and 9am to 5pm on Saturday. We also have another location at Northwest Medical Center. Key Drugs Northwest is open Monday through Thursday 8:30-5:30 and Friday 8:30-5. For questions or more information, call 785-8218 or 800-773-8143.