After Getting Together With Family And Friends During The Holiday Season…Protect Yourself And Others With Flu, RSV, And COVID Vaccines

It takes about two weeks for vaccines to provide optimal protection, but they provide additional protection before that, and well after. “Do it right away,” said Dr. William Schaffner, an infectious disease expert at Vanderbilt University. Questions regarding your need for the vaccine? Call the pharmacy, or check with your prescriber.

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Horsham Square Pharmacy In the Community

Tom and Judy Friedman recently attended the Horsham Township Health Fair with Bill Walker, Horsham township supervisor, at the Horsham Township Health Fair. Tom and Judy also met with members of the North Penn Volunteer Medical Services Corps after administering C Covid and flu vaccines to their members.

Horsham Square Pharmacy has traveled to over 30 local businesses, schools, assisted living facilities and organizations this fall vaccinating and protecting over 800 members of our community. Serving the community since 1986, Horsham Square Pharmacy has donated more than $100,000 to community and school projects and events, and was a strong resource for baby formula during the recent shortage.

Tom was a guest speaker at the recent National Community Pharmacists Association (NCPA) meeting in Orlando, Florida

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RSV Vaccines Still Available

Horsham Square Pharmacy is excited to announce the new RSV vaccine for adults 60 and over is now available. RSV is a respiratory virus that can lead to hospitalization and serious complications. Each year, 60,000 to 160,000 older adults in the U.S. are hospitalized, and 6,000 to 10,000 die from RSV infection.

The RSV vaccine protects older adults, those with chronic heart and lung disease, and those with weakened immune systems. Medicare Part D covers the vaccine. Insurance companies are expected to follow. Questions regarding your need for the vaccine? Call the pharmacy, or check with your prescriber.

Horsham Square Pharmacy also provides the following vaccines. Walk-ins welcome.

  • Covid.
  • Flu
  • Shingles
  • Pneumococcal
  • Tetanus
  • Diphtheria
  • Pertussis (whooping cough)
  • Hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B

We’ve made it even easier to receive your next vaccine from Horsham Square Pharmacy!

Just complete this form at home, and when you come in for your vaccine let us know you've already completed the form online. You may also print out the form, handwrite your answers, and bring it in when you visit us for your next vaccine. Handwritten forms must be brought in at the time of vaccination.

Hear What You Been Missing! Horsham Square Pharmacy is now offering free testing and low cost hearing aids. Hear better. Live better. Click Here for more information.

We Provide COVID-19 Vaccines for patients 3 and older, COVID-19 Rapid Antigen and Rapid PCR-Tests. Walk-Ins For all services are Welcome, or schedule below.

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We offer Dr. Comfort shoes for our customers. You can receive a pair of shoes from Medicare if you have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes.

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We were very fortunate to welcome Rep. Madeleine Dean to Horsham Square Pharmacy! She joined us to tour the pharmacy and talk about the value independent pharmacies bring to their communities. With her help and support, Horsham Square Pharmacy will continue to stand out amidst the national chains with our personalized service and community involvement. Thank you again for joining us, Rep. Madeleine Dean!

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Thank you for voting Horsham Square Pharmacy the #1 Small Business in the WHYY Small Business Challenge. Also mentioned in the New York Times 9 Ways To Support Small Businesses which you can read here.


Your Favorite Pharmacy Has Come Back Home

Thank you to the 800 people that showed up to our grand opening! We are excited to be back in the location that started it all.

Pictured From Left To Right: Horsham Police Lieutenant John Potts, Horsham Township Manager William Walker, Horsham Council Vice President Mark McCouch, Community Policing Coordinator Jon Clark, Judy and Tom Friedman of Horsham Square Pharmacy, Horsham Council members Veronica Hill-Milbourne and William Gallagher, shopping center owner Mark Korman, and Ellis Greenberg of Horsham Square Pharmacy.

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Tom Friedman has dedicated the majority of his career to serving patients in Bucks Montgomery County. We are excited to be returning to our original location, click here to learn more.

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  • Compounding
  • Vaccinations
  • Diabetes Care

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