Kitsap Pharmacy

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Monday-Friday: 8 am-8 pm
Saturday: 10 am-6 pm
Sundays: Closed


Refills: Call 360-779-5335 or order online here

If you’re nervous about coming into the market (obviously don’t come in if you’re feeling ill or have known exposure to the coronavirus), please call to order a prescription. Ask the team member about alternatives for picking up your prescription. We can bring it to the sidewalk or send it through the mail. Thank you!

On average, the pharmacists and staff at Kitsap Pharmacy fill more than 400 prescriptions every day – each one comes with the kind of personal attention you expect from Central Market.

Prescription refills are taken on the phone (360-779-5335) in person and online. The staff is happy to take special orders for both over-the-counter and prescription medicines.

Customers are welcome to dispose of unwanted or expired medication in the pharmacy’s free receptacle between the request and pickup windows during pharmacy hours. This  state program, called MED-Project, is administered through the Kitsap County Health Department. A list of what is accepted is posted on the receptacle.

The pharmacy opened in 1995 when the store opened and since that day, our pharmacists have been committed to the value of trust, and encourage people to ask whatever questions occur to them about their medications.

Kitsap Pharmacy accepts virtually all insurance policies – from Aetna to WellCare – as well as most Medicare Part D plans. Manufacturer and other co-pay discount cards are applied whenever possible and 90-day prescriptions are filled when allowable.

The pharmacy is closed only on major holidays – Dec. 25, Jan. 1, July 4, Thanksgiving, Labor Day and Memorial Day.

We also offer lipid profile blood tests here at the pharmacy. A single droplet from a finger stick is all it takes for a report that lets you know your levels of fats in your blood – total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol (the so-called “good” cholesterol) and triglycerides. It calculates for LDL and non-HDL cholesterol (the “bad” cholesterol). The report comes with a pamphlet explaining each measurement. The testing is focused on helping people manage cholesterol levels and diabetes.


  • Tonya L.: The pharmacy manager is a 1986 graduate of North Kitsap High School. Originally from a military family, she settled on Bainbridge Island in 1999, and graduated from the University of Washington Pharmacy School in 2003.
  • Dian P.: Lead pharmacist. This Kingston resident graduated from Central Kitsap High School in 1978 and from the University of Washington School of Pharmacy. She managed the Kingston Albertson’s pharmacy for more than 19 years. With one daughter and six grandchildren, she spends her free time on the family’s wooden trawler. She has served on the Kitsap Community Resources board for 26  years.
  • Tami S.: The four-year US Army veteran graduated from high school in Eatonville, Wash., and attended the University of Washington School of Pharmacy. She helped Steve Shaw open Kitsap Pharmacy in 1995 and worked there (here!) for eight years before moving to Seattle and working at the Washington Poison Center as a poison specialist and in retail pharmacy.
  • Kristi W.: Originally from Salem, Ore., she graduated from Oregon State University Pharmacy School and has been working at Kitsap Pharmacy since 2004.