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Macey’s Pharmacy Clinical Services

Select Macey’s pharmacies now offer low-cost, consultation and prescriptive treatment for urinary tract infections (UTI), yeast infections and cold sores.

Available at the following locations:

  • Lehi
  • Provo
  • Providence
  • West Jordan
  • Draper
  • Murray
  • Logan
  • Tooele

Urinary Tract Infection Treatment

If you think you might have a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), come visit any of our convenient Macey’s pharmacy locations listed above. Juggling a busy schedule is hard enough without trying to find time to visit a clinic, so skip the trip to the clinic by visiting select Macey’s pharmacies for evaluation and necessary treatment, no appointment needed.

Check for Symptoms

Although not usually serious, UTIs should be treated quickly. 
The symptoms below are some of the most common signs of a possible UTI:

  • Burning or pain while urinating
  • Frequent urge to visit the bathroom
  • Lower back or abdomen pain
  • You feel tired or shaky
  • Your urine color is abnormal

If so… skip the doctor and visit one of our pharmacies.

Yeast Infection Treatment

Yeast infections are common in women, at least 3 out of 4 women will experience a yeast infection in their lifetime. Although yeast infections are common and usually not serious, they can cause great discomfort. Visit select Macey’s pharmacies for a single-dose prescriptive treatment, no appointment needed.

Check for Symptoms

Most women display at least one of the following symptoms:

  • Vaginal itching
  • Abnormal and unpleasant discharge and odor
  • Pain when urinating
  • Vaginal redness and swelling

Cold Sore Treatment

Time is of the essence when it comes to cold sores. You feel the tingling, followed by burning around the edge of your lip or corner of your mouth. Then a painful and contagious red sore appears. You need to get treatment quick to help stop the outbreak. Now available at select Macey’s pharmacies, you can receive prescriptive treatment, with no appointment.

Check for Symptoms

  • Tingling and itching near the mouth
  • Painful and red sores typically near the mouth
  • Swollen and sensitive gums

What causes an outbreak?

  • Stress
  • Colds or other illness
  • Over exposure to sun

During your visit

Our pharmacies accept walk-ins and have extended business hours to help you get in and out quickly.

  1. You will be asked to fill out a brief questionnaire.
  2. Our knowledgeable pharmacist will provide a short consultation where you will review your medical history and discuss your symptoms.
  3. Our pharmacist will provide you with a personal treatment plan and care instructions.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our pharmacies accept walk-ins and have extended business hours to help you get in and out quickly.

  1. Who can take advantage of treatment for urinary tract infections and yeast infections?
    1. This service is available to women over the age of 18. If you are pregnant, please schedule an appointment with your doctor.
  2. Who can take advantage of treatment for cold sores?
    1. Available to patients age 12 and older.
  3. What is the cost of the consultation?
    1. There is a low-cost fee, not covered by insurance but eligible for HSA. If you are dispensed medication, you can choose to bill your insurance for the medication.
  4. How long does the consultation take?
    1. On average, the consultation takes LESS than 20 minutes. Please allow time for proper evaluation and treatment.
Pharmacy now providing UTI, Yeast Infection, and cold sore services.

Starting in April- Prescriptive treatment for Urinary Tract Infections (UTI), Yeast Infections and Cold Sores

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Starting April 1, select Macey’s pharmacies will begin offering clinical consultation and prescriptive services and treatment for urinary tract infections, yeast infections and cold sores. Our pharmacies accept walk-ins and offer convenient hours to serve you. For a low-cost consultation fee, our pharmacists will collect patient information, discuss your symptoms and provide you with prescription treatment if necessary- ALL IN ONE STOP.

Visit any of the following pharmacies to take advantage of these new clinical services starting April 1.

  • Lehi
  • Provo
  • Providence
  • West Jordan
  • Draper
  • Murray
  • Logan
  • Tooele

Click here for the press release.

Get your Pet Meds at our Pharmacy

Save on Pet Meds

All our pharmacies carry a full line of prescription medications for your pets to make it easier for you. From Heartgard and Advantage to Rimadyl and Prednisone, we can fill most of your pets’ prescriptions*. It’s easy to do, bring the prescription in or have your veterinarian send it to us.

*Some prescriptions are not in stock and availability varies by pharmacy, please contact the pharmacy for details.

Strep Throat testing now available

Strep Testing- No Appointment Needed!

Strep Throat testing now available

Our pharmacies have added a new service – rapid strep testing. If you think it can be strep, come see us today, no appointment needed. If the results are positive, we dispense treatment and care instructions at the same time, ensuring you’re on your way to feeling better quickly. Let us help get you in quickly, without exposure to other sick patients and without waiting for an appointment. Visit www.maceys.com to find a pharmacy near you.

The facts about blood pressure

The Facts about Blood Pressure

The facts about blood pressure

Our pharmacies offer free blood pressure checks using automated kiosks that allow you to track your blood pressure history and report it to your health care professional. We encourage you to talk with our knowledgeable pharmacists about your blood pressure readings. Our pharmacists can also assess your risk for heart disease and provide you with valuable information to help maintain a healthy lifestyle.

What is blood pressure?

Blood pressure is the force of blood pushing against the walls of your blood vessels. Blood pressure normally rises and falls throughout the day. But if it stays high for a long time, it can damage your heart and lead to health problems.

Blood pressure numbers and what they mean:

Your blood pressure is recorded as two numbers:

  • Systolic blood pressure (the first number) – indicates how much pressure your blood is exerting against your artery walls when the heart beats.
  • Diastolic blood pressure (the second number) – indicates how much pressure your blood is exerting against your artery walls while the heart is resting between beats.

What is high blood Pressure?

high blood pressure chart

Note: A diagnosis of high blood pressure must be confirmed with a medical professional. A doctor should also evaluate any unusually low blood pressure readings.

Find out more from the American Heart Association

Strep Throat testing now available

Facts about Strep Throat

Strep Throat testing now available

Did you know that strep throat can spread through contact with droplets from the cough or sneeze of someone infected and is contagious for up to three days before diagnosis?  The only way to diagnose strep throat is through a throat swab. Our pharmacies now offer rapid strep testing, making it more convenient for you to verify if you have strep throat. The test provides quick results and if positive, we dispense treatment and care instructions at the same time. There is no need to make an appointment and most pharmacies are open 7 days a week.

For tips on prevention, visit the CDC website here


#FightFlu at our Pharmacy

There is still time to get your flu shot – no appointment needed. Don’t let the flu take you away from winter fun, visit any of our pharmacies today for a flu shot to stay healthy this season. Most flu shots are covered by insurance and no appointment needed.

Male using inhaler

Air Quality and Asthma

Male using inhaler

The Salt Lake winters, although beautiful, bring along the valley inversion which includes poor air quality and dry, cold air. If you suffer from asthma like I do, winter often brings a dreadful feeling of caution as you look to the east and can’t even see the mountains. The winter inversion is when warm air traps a layer of cold air in the valley, trapping pollutants. The longer the inversion lasts, the more pollutants make themselves at home near the valley floor, making the likelihood of asthma complications greater. Asthma sufferers have increased chances of upper respiratory infections, as well as labored breathing and possibly greater risk of attacks. Cold, dry air can also cause airways to come irritated and swollen, worsening asthma symptoms

Some helpful tips to limit your risk of infection or attack include:

  1. Limit your outdoor activities during inversions. Wait to walk the dog, jog/run or view the Christmas lights until the inversion has lifted, usually when a storm or wind comes through and pushes it out.
  2. Replace your filters inside on a regular basis. This ensures your indoor air is kept clean and healthy.
  3. Use your preventative inhaler before heading outside and be sure to always carry it with you.
  4. If you have asthma or COPD, be sure to get a flu shot every year and pneumonia shot at least once before age 65 as recommended by the CDC.


For additional tips, visit the Utah Department of Health page here