Here at Daniel's Pharmacy, we're more than just prescriptions. We offer a variety of services to fit all your needs, both medical and otherwise.
Multi-dosing pill packaging
We offer multi-dose blister packs for patients as an alternative to bottles & unit dose cards in order to help improve compliance. They allow the patient to consistently & accurately take their medications by separating & color-coding their pills by time of day. Blister packs are easy to use, reduce nursing & staff time, and minimize error in administering medication.
Durable medical equipment & supplies
We carry durable medical equipment & supplies, including wheelchairs, walkers, canes, scooters, exercise peddlers, and many more! We also sell accessories for the shower and toilet to make them more accessible to those who need it. We carry most Nova & Carex products in store, and if we don't have it, we can order it and have it here the next day!
Daniel's Pharmacy can provide customized medical records for your assisted living or long term care facility. These medical records are designed to save each care provider valuable time & better care for the residents.
Centrally stored records
Clinical & administrative quarterly reports
Treatment administration records
Customized medication administrative records
We offer free prescription delivery (limited) to our customers in the Bay Area.
We are an official United States Postal Services drop-off & pick-up location as well as a UPS access point. Come by with your packages & mail ready to go or come by and package them on-site. We sell stamps & packaging material. Please click here for updated USPS Mail & Shipping prices & information.
Free blood pressure testing on-site
Pay your bills with PG&E, AT&T, home telephone & more here at Daniel's Pharmacy! We are an authorized utility payment center.
Vitamins & supplements
Copying & faxing - see more here
Basic toiletries & first aid supplies
Spanish, Cantonese, & Arabic translation assistance available
Please contact us with any questions about our services