We are currently scheduling for the COVID-19 vaccination clinic to be held at the Train Depot in Lula, GA on March 21st from 8 am until 4 pm. This will be the Pfizer vaccine and will be administered in 2 shots 3 weeks apart. Please bring your insurance card(s) with you. Including your Medicare card (the red/white/blue card) even if you have a Medicare Advantage card. You may fill out the following COVID 19 Vaccine Consent Form in advance if you prefer. Please remember to wear a loose fitting top.

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Our hours are staying the same Monday-Friday 9 am -7 pm and Saturday 9 am – 3 pm. Due to the Covid-19 Virus we will be doing curbside pick up as well as allowing in-store shopping. Just call us when you arrive and we will be glad to bring any items you may need. We will be accepting Credit Cards,Checks, and Cash. If you would like to pay ahead of time you may give us your card number over the phone. Please call the store if you have any questions (770)-869-3616! Hope you all stay safe!

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Here’s some Summer Safety Tips for Parents!

Summer is the perfect time for children to spend time outdoors. However, outdoor activities can bring hazards such as insect bites, sunburns and more. Make sure summer stays fun for your kids by learning how to keep them happy and healthy all season long. Comment below with your favorite summer activity from when you were a kid! http://ow.ly/KewL30oTCnc

Come in and get some of our Don’t Touch Me outdoor spray! It’s safe for children and pets, All natural ingredients, and smells great!

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Rise and Shine !

Felling like you can’t wake up in the mornings or don’t have much energy through out the day? Well no worries there are a few things that will help with that!

  1. First would be checking with your doctor and making sure all your vitamin levels are good !
  2. Keep your alarm out of reach so when it goes off you have to get up.
  3. Sleeping earlier.
  4. If you drink coffee then you can add 2 teaspoons of coconut oil or butter.
  5. Exercising in the mornings.
  6. Eating healthy.
  7. Using citrus essential oils or peppermint and eucalyptus in a diffuser .
  8. Listening to upbeat music.
  9. Eating bananas.
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questions or refills made easy

Sometimes life can get hectic. So we made it a little easier by being able to ask your questions or to even fill your prescriptions by texting us! It’s simple all you have to do is text us at 770-869-3616, and when we get it we can easily reply to your questions or we can fill a prescription without you having to call or come in!

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COVID-19 VACCINE IMMUNIZATION CLINIC at the TRAIN DEPOT- SECOND DOSE!

For those that joined us on Sunday, March 21st at the TRAIN DEPOT located at 5911 Wall St, Lula, GA 30554 for their COVID vaccination, the second dose will be administered on April 11th at the same location. Please come at your same appointment time.

What I need to know

Do I have to have an appointment?

Yes. Your appointment time is the same as your first appointment time.

What should I wear?

Please wear a loose fitting top that the sleeve may be pulled up to the top of the shoulder. The vaccine must be administered high on the arm.

Do I need to wear a mask?

Yes. If you forget yours, we will have some available.

When should I arrive for my appointment?

Due to parking limitations, please plan to arrive just a few minutes before your appointment.

Do I need to bring my insurance card(s) with me?

Yes. You must bring your insurance card(s) with you. If you have a Medicare Advantage plan, you must still bring your Medicare (red/white/blue card) with you. Medicare is paying for the vaccine directly.

Which vaccine will be administered?

We will be administering the Pfizer vaccine.

Who will be eligible for the vaccine on that day?

Those that have had the first dose of Pfizer.

For individuals aged 16 and 17 who are in an eligible population for vaccination, Pfizer is the only vaccine currently approved for these ages.

What if I am allergic to Miralax/ Gavilax or PEG (polyethylene glycol)? Can I still take the vaccine?

No. You will need to speak with your physician or health care provider. We will not be able to give you the vaccine. Allergic reactions to the vaccine are rare, but there have been cases of people that were allergic to PEG also being allergic to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Can I take the COVID-19 vaccine if I just had another vaccination?

No. You need to wait 14 days before getting your COVID-19 vaccination.

If I cannot make an appointment for the immunization clinic on Sunday, what should I do?

We will be providing immunizations at a later date. We will open up a scheduling calendar on our website as vaccine availability permits.

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COVID-19 VACCINE IMMUNIZATION CLINIC at the TRAIN DEPOT!

For those that joined us on Sunday, March 21st at the TRAIN DEPOT located at 5911 Wall St, Lula, GA 30554 for their COVID vaccination, the second dose will be administered on April 11th at the same location. Please come at your same appointment time.

What I need to know

Do I have to have an appointment?

Yes. Your appointment time is the same as your first appointment time.

What should I wear?

Please wear a loose fitting top that the sleeve may be pulled up to the top of the shoulder. The vaccine must be administered high on the arm.

Do I need to wear a mask?

Yes. If you forget yours, we will have some available.

When should I arrive for my appointment?

Due to parking limitations, please plan to arrive just a few minutes before your appointment.

Do I need to bring my insurance card(s) with me?

Yes. You must bring your insurance card(s) with you. If you have a Medicare Advantage plan, you must still bring your Medicare (red/white/blue card) with you. Medicare is paying for the vaccine directly.

Which vaccine will be administered?

We will be administering the Pfizer vaccine.

Who will be eligible for the vaccine on that day?

Those that have had the first dose of Pfizer.

For individuals aged 16 and 17 who are in an eligible population for vaccination, Pfizer is the only vaccine currently approved for these ages.

What if I am allergic to Miralax/ Gavilax or PEG (polyethylene glycol)? Can I still take the vaccine?

No. You will need to speak with your physician or health care provider. We will not be able to give you the vaccine. Allergic reactions to the vaccine are rare, but there have been cases of people that were allergic to PEG also being allergic to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Can I take the COVID-19 vaccine if I just had another vaccination?

No. You need to wait 14 days before getting your COVID-19 vaccination.

If I cannot make an appointment for the immunization clinic on Sunday, what should I do?

We will be providing immunizations at a later date. We will open up a scheduling calendar on our website as vaccine availability permits.