Retail Pharmacy

  • There are approximately 8,000 freestanding CVS Pharmacy locations.

    CVS Pharmacy stores are located in 49 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Our stores offer customers a wide assortment of innovative health and beauty products and our pharmacies dispense millions of prescription medications each year. 

    Learn more about CVS Pharmacy.

  • Other retail brands include Navarro, Longs Drugs and Drogaria Onofre.

    Since the first CVS opened in 1963 in Lowell, Massachusetts, we’ve continuously added to our footprint through organic store growth and strategic acquisitions. We now have more than 9,900 locations in 49 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, as well as a drug store chain in Brazil, making CVS Pharmacy the nation’s largest retail drug store.

    Learn more about our brands.

There are approximately 8,000 freestanding CVS Pharmacy locations.

CVS Pharmacy stores are located in 49 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Our stores offer customers a wide assortment of innovative health and beauty products and our pharmacies dispense millions of prescription medications each year. 

Learn more about CVS Pharmacy.

Other retail brands include Navarro, Longs Drugs and Drogaria Onofre.

Since the first CVS opened in 1963 in Lowell, Massachusetts, we’ve continuously added to our footprint through organic store growth and strategic acquisitions. We now have more than 9,900 locations in 49 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, as well as a drug store chain in Brazil, making CVS Pharmacy the nation’s largest retail drug store.

Learn more about our brands.

Features, Stories and Updates

Managing Diabetes
We’re helping people with diabetes better manage their day-to-day symptoms and lead healthier lives through an integrated approach that connects patients to our many care and support offerings.
Read more
A man using diabetic testing equipment.
By the Numbers: Improving Diabetes Care
In honor of American Diabetes Month, we recently partnered with Morning Consult to conduct a survey to better understand how people living with diabetes and the providers who deliver diabetes care are grappling with the disease.
Read more