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healthcare
screenings

& immunizations

leaving the country? we can help you get all the vaccinations necessary to stay healthy and enjoy your trip!

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home
medical
equipment

take care of your loved ones at home...we have a large stock of durable equipment

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fast
delivery

if you can't get out, we can bring your prescriptions to you at home

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get your flu
shot here

Patients should call ahead to make an appointment for flu to make sure immunization certified pharmacist is working and available.

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get free
vitamins for your child

Our program offers each child in your family, ages 2-12, a FREE 30-day supply of multivitamins each month at Bright Plaza Pharmacy. Come in to the pharmacy and ask your pharmacist for an enrollment form.

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Come in and let us help you achieve your best possible health.

Bright Plaza Pharmacy and Bright La Mirada Pharmacy are conveniently located in the Bright Health Physicians (BHP/PIH) medical buildings in Whittier and La Mirada. Our pharmacies have been serving the Whittier and La Mirada communities for over 30 years.

Our pharmacists will provide you with personalized medication, attention and care. In addition to prescriptions we also stock a full line of over the counter medicines, home medical equipment, as well as oxygen concentrators. In our Bright Plaza Pharmacy location, you can also get a cup of coffee or pastry from Dr. Java Coffee Company while you wait for your prescription!


01Jun 2017
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High blood pressure and other heart-health risk factors are generally thought to increase dementia risk. These new findings challenge this idea and add to scientists’ understanding of hypertension and dementia risk over the course of a person’s life.

Alzheimer’s Update

Late-Life Hypertension May Help Protect Against Alzheimer’s

New study results published online in Alzheimer’s & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer’s Association suggest that the onset of high blood pressure later in life is associated with lower dementia risk after age 90, especially if hypertension is developed at age 80 or older.

High blood pressure and other heart-health risk factors are generally thought to increase dementia risk. These new findings challenge this idea and add to scientists’ understanding of hypertension and dementia risk over the course of a person’s life. Continue reading





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