Saving patients time, stress, and money since 2014 

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714 14thst N   Bessemer, AL 35020
(Behind AutoZone)

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Beloved, I wish above all things that thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as they spirit and soul prospereth.

                                                                               -3 John 1:2 KJV
About Us

"The Pharmacy that cares about people!"​​​​

Heavenly Care Pharmacy is a Christian-Based Pharmacy located in Bessemer, Al that has been serving the community of Bessemer and surrounding areas since 2014. We specialize in caring for the mind, body, and soul. Because we know how important it is to have a personal relationship with a pharmacist who you know and trust, our staff strives to provide you with quality care to help you manage the medication therapy you have been prescribed at an affordable cost, saving you time, money and stress. Let us take the worry about of managing your medication and switch to Heavenly Care Pharmacy today. 

Location 2014-2017

New Location 2018​​​​

2014 Ribbon Cutting


Helen's Kare Plan has medications for many disease states.

Allergy, Cough and Cold
Antifungal
Arthritis
Asthma
Cholesterol
Diabetes
Gastrointestinal Health
Heart Health/Blood Pressure
Hormones/Steroids
MentalHealth
Parkinson's Disease
Topical Prepartions
Women's Health


Click below to  download Helen's Kare Plan medication list.

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February is American Heart Month and Black History Month.

       One third of deaths in the United States is due to cardiovascular disease. People of all ages, genders, races, and ethnicities are affected. African Americans and older individuals are at higher risk than others. Nearly half of all African American adults have some form of cardiovascular disease that includes heart disease and stroke.
       High blood pressure is the leading cause of heart attack and stroke in the United States. About 2 out of every 5 African American adults have high blood pressure, and less than half of them have it under control. African American adults are much more likely to suffer from high blood pressure (hypertension), heart attacks, and stroke deaths than white adults. Individuals living below the federal poverty level are more likely to have high blood pressure compared with those living at the highest level of income.

Here's what you can do!

Manage any medical condition you might have. Learn the ABCS of heart health. Keep them in mind every day and especially when you talk to your health provider:
A ppropriate aspirin therapy for those who need it
B lood pressure control
C holesterol management
S moking cessation


https://www.cdc.gov/features/africanamericanhistory/index.html.020218

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