Iredell Health System Urges Proper Disposal of Unused and Unwanted Medications | Local news

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In accordance with National Prescription Drug Take Back Day, Iredell Health System urges you to rid your medicine cabinet of unused and unwanted medications and safely dispose of them in your local medication drop box. According to DACI, you can find additional medication drop boxes at the following:

Iredell Memorial Hospital has a 24-hour medication drop box located just inside the emergency department entrance. Since installed, the drop box has collected nearly 500 pounds of medication. Banner Drug, 3478 E. Broad St., Statesville

Local medication drop box locations “Iredell Health System has been involved in community efforts to position drop boxes around the county, and our physicians and medical staff are very attuned to limiting the number of controlled substances they prescribe in order to reduce the amount of these substances in the community,” said Mazzola.

Iredell County Sheriff’s Office, 230 N. Tradd St., Statesville Cannon Pharmacy 521 E. Plaza Drive, Mooresville

Source Mooresville Police Department, 750 W. Iredell Ave., Mooresville

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