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Where we’re your pharmacist
and your neighbor.

Collier Drug Stores are family owned and operated independent pharmacies serving the Northwest Arkansas area. Now with 8 locations, our pharmacies are convenient and ready to serve the people of NWA.

We have all the services and products (and more) that the other pharmacies have, but we strive to treat each patient like they are a member of our own family.

At Collier Drug Store, we place an emphasis on quality – quality service, quality products, and a quality overall experience. We value taking care of our patients, and often go out of our way to ensure that’s exactly what happens.

We make an effort to get to know our patients by name and to treat you like our own family. We care about our patients, because our patients are our neighbors, and Collier Drug has been taking care of its neighbors since 1917.

Since 1917.

The Collier family began their tradition of serving Northwest Arkansas back in 1917 when M.M. Collier opened the Red Cross Drug Store on the downtown Fayetteville Square. In 1930, Morris G. Collier joined his father serving as a pharmacist.

In 1950, the family opened a second store on Dickson Street and named it Collier Drug Store. They continued to operate both pharmacies until 1955 when the Red Cross Drug Store was destroyed by a fire. The Dickson Street location later doubled in size when the store was expanded north into a building that was previously home to a lumber yard.

At the new location, Collier Drug was a modern pharmacy with an old-timey atmosphere that featured a soda fountain. When the doors opened on Dickson Street in 1950, they opened with the help of electricity. The only other building in Arkansas that had electric doors at the time was the state Capitol.

In the 1970s, Carl Collier and his brother, Morris H. Collier, started working as pharmacists alongside their father, Morris G. In 1973, the store became the fourth pharmacy in the United States to use a computer to keep track of prescriptions.