Raley’s announced plans today to close a portion of the company’s pharmacies. The company will transfer prescriptions from 27 Raley’s, Bel Air and Nob Hill pharmacies to a combination of Walgreens, CVS Pharmacy and Rite Aid locations. Raley’s will continue to operate 69 pharmacies located across California and Nevada.
As a normal course of business, Raley’s assesses the individual performance of their stores and pharmacies. Given the challenges in the pharmacy space, Raley’s selected 27 pharmacy locations for closure based on relevance and profitability. This strategic business decision positions the company for continued long-term growth and ongoing success.
Raley’s is committed to supporting a seamless transition of prescriptions at closing pharmacies. These 27 pharmacies will close permanently beginning on October 26th and be completed by November 5th. To ensure continuity of care, impacted pharmacy patients will receive a notice identifying the specific transfer location and timing. Patients can also visit raleys.com/pharmacyinfo for a complete list of impacted pharmacies, transfer locations and timing.
Raley’s is supporting impacted pharmacy team members at each location. Transition support will include pay and benefits for a period of time and future employment assistance, either through new roles within the Raley’s organization, or elsewhere.
Please visit raleys.com/pharmacyinfo for details on specific locations.