Address:333 W Center St.
Pocatello, ID 83204

Phone:(208) 233-MAAG (6224)
Fax:(208) 233-6158
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  • Address:333 W Center St.
    Pocatello, ID 83204

    Call:(208) 233-MAAG (6224)
    Toll Free:(800) 333-2062
    Fax:(208) 233-9600

Come Join the 66th-Anniversary Customer Appreciation BBQ

Written on August 9th, 2016 | 0 COMMENTS

Maag BBQ

We would like to invite you to our 66th Customer Appreciation BBQ on Friday, August 19, 2016 from 11am - 2pm. The celebration will be held on the sidewalks in front of our store. It's hard to believe it has been 66 years since my father, Irv Maag, opened up for business. We feel honored to continue the tradition of celebrating with the world's best customers!

Our Mission...

Maag Prescription & Medical Supply is a family run Idaho Corporation, dedicated to providing Pharmacy Services, Oxygen...

Fight Stagnation and Support Your Health!

Written on February 11th, 2016 | 0 COMMENTS
By gently squeezing your legs, their advanced Gradient Pressure knitting technology helps move blood back to your heart and lungs and increases circulation of freshly oxygenated blood back to your legs. VIM & VIGR compression legwear is engineered to energize your legs every step of the day!This high-functioning legwear helps prevent swelling, alleviate achiness and heaviness, reduce and prevent spider and vericose veins and aid in muscle recovery....

Maag Welcomes

Written on November 24th, 2015 | 0 COMMENTS

Wesston earned his pharmacy degree at Idaho State University in 2013. He was previously employed in Onterio, Oregon. He is a native of Rupert, Idaho. Wesston is married to Rachel Ward and they have one daughter. He is happy to be back in Pocatello, close to family and to be the newest pharmacist at Maags!

The Changing Face of Sleep

Written on May 5th, 2015 | 0 COMMENTS
We have all suffered through a poor night's sleep. However, if you suffer from Sleep Apnea you experience this every night. Sleep disorders affect the quality of daily living for millions of adults and children. There are an estimated 50 million people who suffer from Sleep Apnea while only 1.8 million have been officially diagnosed. And of those 1.8 million people, only 10% are receiving treatment.

The good news is that although it is a chronic disease, Sleep Apnea is very treatable and serious related health risks like heart disease, increased risk of stroke, high blood...