In a recent announcement, CVS Pharmacy confirmed the closure of its Cecil Ashburn location in Huntsville, Alabama, on December 5. This follows the closure of three other CVS locations throughout Alabama, specifically in Mobile, Montgomery, and Huntsville. As a result, some residents may be concerned about accessing their necessary medications.
To address this, all prescriptions from the Cecil Ashburn location will be seamlessly transferred to the nearby CVS Pharmacy located within Target at 2750 Carl T. Jones Drive SE. The aim is to ensure that patients have uninterrupted access to necessary pharmacy care. CVS states that they take into account various factors when deciding on store closures, such as local market dynamics, population shifts, and store density, while also ensuring there are alternative access points for the community.
All employees at the Cecil Ashburn location will be given the opportunity to transition to comparable roles within the company. Despite the closure, Huntsville will still have eight CVS Pharmacy locations available. Moreover, CVS emphasizes its commitment to providing convenient service options for patients, such as prescription home delivery through their online platform and the CVS Pharmacy app.
Q: What CVS Pharmacy location in Huntsville is closing?
A: The Cecil Ashburn location in Huntsville is closing.
Q: Where can patients pick up their prescriptions after the closure?
A: Patients can conveniently pick up their prescriptions at the CVS Pharmacy located inside Target at 2750 Carl T. Jones Drive SE.
Q: Will the closure impact access to pharmacy care?
A: No, all prescriptions from the Cecil Ashburn location will be transferred to the nearby CVS Pharmacy to ensure uninterrupted access to pharmacy care.
Q: How many CVS Pharmacy locations will remain in Huntsville after the closure?
A: After the closure, there will still be eight CVS Pharmacy locations in Huntsville.