100 Dakota Ave N, Suite A
Huron, SD 57350
Click on the picture of prescription bottles to easily request a refill online. You may also access profile information and much more. Click the 'Refill My Prescription' tab at the top of the page to learn more. *Note* If this is you first time using this feature & would like to access all your information, you will need to set up an account when re-directed to the refill request page.
A FREE delivery service is available Monday - Friday from 3pm-5pm. Requests must be made by 12pm (noon) in order to be delivered the same day. Customers must also live within Huron's city limits.
Prescription Mail-outs are another FREE & convenient service we provide. Requests must be made by 12pm (noon) in order to be mailed out the same day.
Transferring your prescription(s) is as easy as 1-2-3!!! 1) Simply call or stop in and let us know you would like to transfer to Northside Pharmacy. 2) Provide us with your personal information. 3) Provide us with a list of your prescriptions. We'll take it from there!
Why waste time sorting or worrying about medication? The Dispill® multi-dose packaging system makes everything simpler. Sorted and packaged by your pharmacist, each dose is personalized just for you. They’re clearly labeled by date and time of day, giving you the comfort of knowing you took the right medication at the right time. No more guesswork, and no more bottles or pillboxes.
The LanguageLine® Phone℠ service allows us to connect you with a professional phone interpreter within seconds. Interpreters are fluent in 240 languages and are ready to assist when needed most.
If you are diabetic and medicare eligible, you could qualify for a FREE pair of shoes & custom inserts to prevent foot problems. Click on the 'Diabetic Shoes' tab at the top of the page to learn more.
We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
100 Dakota Ave N Ste A, Huron, SD 57350, US
Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 6:30pm
Saturday: 9am - 1pm
CLOSED Monday, December 25th
CLOSED Monday, January 1st