Community Pharmacy

Community Pharmacy is conveniently located just inside the entrance of CHI St. Alexius Health at 10th Street and Rosser Ave. CHI St. Alexius Health Community Pharmacy maintains convenient hours, honors most drug insurance plans, and has a variety of competitively priced over-the-counter products. If you receive a prescription after seeing your doctor, we invite you to stop in and have it filled with us. Also, plan to take advantage of our online refill service for your convenience.

Specializations Community Pharmacy
CHI St. Alexius Health Community Pharmacy offers specialization in compounding, home infusion, hospice services, and respiratory care. Whether you visit us in person or on-line, you will be pleased with our professional and courteous service. For more information on medication safety, click here.

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Contact Information:
Rick L. Detwiller, Outpatient Director
Community Pharmacy
900 E. Broadway, Bismarck, ND 58506
Tel: (701) 530-6906 • Fax: (701) 530-6907

Pharmacy Hours:
Monday - Friday: 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Saturday: 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Sunday: CLOSED

CHI St. Alexius Health Community Pharmacy is currently participating in a Prescription Drug Repository Program. This program is designed to collect and distribute unused medications so that pharmacies can dispense the medications to those who need them. There is no cost for the medication itself, but a small fee of $8.00 is charged to dispense them. The $8.00 fee charged covers the cost of collecting and storage of the medications, filing the proper paperwork and eventually dispensing to the customer. This dispensing fee varies with each pharmacy.

  • To learn more about the program, click here.
  • To search for a donated drug, click here.
  • To search for another participating pharmacy, click here.
  • To become a medication donor fill out this form, click here.
  • Information for Pharmacies and Prescribers, click here.

Prescription Drug Drop Off Locations - The ND Department of Health Division of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services along with the ND Attorney General’s office has developed a Controlled Substance Take-Back Program at participating police office locations. For a location near you click here.