• 943 S 5th St. Mebane, NC 27302 | P: 919-563-3102 | F: 919-563-0768 | Mon-Fri: 8:30a.m.-6p.m. | Sat: 8:30a.m.-1p.m. | Sun: Closed

  • Holiday Hours: Christmas Eve We Will Be Closing At 1pm | Closed Christmas Day

  • New Years Eve We Will Be Closing At 1pm | Closed New Years Day

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  • Compounding

    Compounding

    Custom medications to suit all of your unique needs

  • Diabetes Education

    Diabetes Education

    Learn to make healthy food choices, stay physically active, and monitor your blood sugar levels

  • Immunizations

    Immunizations

    Our highly qualified staff can easily administer immunizations at the pharmacy

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Meet Your Pharmacist

Stephen Joyce is the owner of Warren's Drug Store, which has been a local independent pharmacy in Mebane since 1933. We are a traditional pharmacy that specializes in offering personalized service to our wonderful patients. Here at Warren's Drug Store, we now accept Blue Cross/Blue Shield.

Specialized Services:

  • Compounding
  • Immunizations
  • Free Kid's Vitamins Club
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