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Personalized and friendly medication services from local faces you can trust. Putting patients first since 1921.

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Our Pharmacy

Located in Winterset IA, we've been serving the communities of Winterset, Lorimor, Murray, Truro, Orient, Patterson, Bevington, Adel, Earlham, Dexter, Stuart, St. Charles, St. Marys, Peru, East Peru, Van Meter, DeSoto, New Virginia, Afton, Creston, Greenfield, Fontanelle, Redfield, and Waukee since 1921. At Montross Pharmacy, your healthy lifestyle is our commitment, and superior customer service is our passion. Our staff members are knowledgeable, well-trained and courteous in their respective positions, responding to your specific needs with a touch of personalization, dedication, and respect. Come to Montross Pharmacy and see the difference.

Our Locations

Online prescription refill access is only available at the Winterset location.

Winterset

Earlham

St. Charles

Special Services

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Dispill Multi-Dose Packing

Bring in your daily medications, such as prescriptions, vitamins, or over the counter products and we can package them to make it easier for you or your loved one to keep track of their medications.

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Immunizations

Our pharmacists are able to administer Flu, Shingles, TDap, and Pneumonia vaccinations to patients. Most are very low co-pays and no appointments are necessary.

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Old-Fashioned Soda Fountain

Visit Madison County's Oldest, Family owned restaurant/old-fashioned soda fountain and get a famous Montross fountain milkshake.

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Reminders

Set reminders to take your medications.

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Refill On-The-Go

Refill your medications 24/7 without logging in.

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User Profiles

Safely store and manage your list of prescriptions.

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Delivery Options

Request a refill and delivery with a single click.

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