About Us

Why We Care

We’re a locally owned pharmacy that has been serving Burke County and beyond for 28 years. Voted Best Pharmacy in Burke County, we strive to always do what is best for our patients by providing thorough and efficient service at low prices. Getting to know and seeing our patients grow, heal and become triumphant is what motivates us every day. If you haven’t already, stop in today - we’d love to have you as a patient!

What Makes Us Unique


Large, Dedicated Staff

Our large, multi-lingual staff allows us to effectively communicate with our customers and to spend extra time delivering services not available at chain stores, such as travel consultation, diabetes and healthy living classes, immunizations and counseling in private rooms, same-day delivery, comprehensive medication reviews, compounding, DME fitting and supplies, medication synchronization and adherence packaging. Spoken languages include Spanish, Hmong, Lao, Hindi & American Sign Language.


MedSync & Dispill®

We truly believe in the positive impact these services have on the health and wellbeing of our patients. MedSync alleviates the burden of multiple trips to the pharmacy, remembering to call-in medications and contacting the doctor for refills. Dispill adherence packing makes it easier by eliminating pill bottles and the guesswork around whether or not a dose was taken. Both MedSync and Dispill are proven to improve compliance, which ultimately keeps our patients healthier and out of the hospital longer.



We have extensive experience compounding medications to meet the individual needs of our patients, including customized hormones and pain medication dosage forms, specialized pet medications, unique dosage forms such as troches and lollipops, suspensions for those unable to take tablets and allergy-friendly medications for those unable to tolerate certain ingredients or dyes.

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