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Pharmacy Services

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Prescription Services

    • Fast, friendly, convenient service

    • Accept all FSA and HSA benefit cards

    • Accept most third party insurance plans

    • Accept Medicare and Medicaid

    • Refill your prescriptions

      • Online

      • Via Our Mobile App

      • Over the Phone


Blood Pressure Screenings

    • Free of charge

    • Document and maintain readings

    • Provide copies for your physician


Patient Counseling & Diabetes Care

    • Private one-on-one consultations

    • Screen for drug interactions

    • Demonstrate proper administration techniques

    • Bill Medicare Part B for testing supplies


  • Our pharmacists are trained and certified to provide a variety of immunizations to our patients. In addition to the most common immunizations that include influenza, pneumonia, and shingles, our pharmacists can also provide an array of vaccines that include basic routine vaccinations as well as non-routine vaccinations required for international travel. The majority of the routine vaccinations are kept in stock and are ready to be administered at the time of your request.

Youth vaccinations

  • An influenza (flu) vaccination to a child who is 9 years or older
  • A vaccination that is listed in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) recommended immunization schedule to an individual who:
    • Is between 11 years old and 18 years old; and
    • Has a prescription from an authorized prescriber

Adult Vaccinations

  • An adult a vaccination that is:
    • Listed in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Recommended Immunization Schedule; or
    • Listed in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Health Information for International Travel.

CDC Non-Routine Vaccines (International Travel)


Pharmacy compounding is the art and science of preparing, mixing, packaging and labeling a specialized pharmaceutical product for a patient that is not commercially available. Our pharmacists work closely with practitioners and patients to determine the individual ingredients, the strength, and the dosage form required to ultimately create a pharmaceutical product that meets the specific needs of a patient.

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  • Creams
  • Lotions
  • Ointments & Gels
  • Oral Suspensions & Solutions
  • Rectal & Vaginal Preparations
  • Nasal Sprays
  • Capsules
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  • Dermatology Compounding
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • Hospice Compounding
  • Pain Management Compounding
  • Pediatric Compounding
  • Gastrointestinal Disorders
  • Veterinary Compounding
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  • Change the Dosage Form (Hard Pill v Liquid)
  • Change the Route of Administration
  • Obtain the Exact Dose Required
  • Alter Taste/Texture of a Medication
  • Eliminate: Allergens, Preservatives & Dyes

Flavor Compounding

  • Don’t like the taste of your medication? Is your child having difficulty taking his or her medication because of the taste?
  • We have a variety of flavors to enhance the taste of your medication without compromising the effectiveness. From the common flavors of grape, cherry, bubblegum, and watermelon, to other flavors like mango, raspberry swirl, and strawberry swirl, we have we it takes to ensure the successful administration of medication.
  • In addition, we can also enhance the taste of your pet’s medications with flavors like chicken, beef, or grilled tuna.

Medication Therapy Management

Medication Therapy Management (MTM) is a group of services provided by our pharmacists that involve direct patient care to optimize therapeutic outcomes for individual patients. Our pharmacists assist in the management of a patient’s drug therapy by identifying, preventing, and resolving medication related problems to allow each patient to get the most benefit from their medications. We collaborate with our patients and their healthcare providers to ultimately enhance a patient’s quality of care.

The benefits of Medication Therapy Management include:

  • Improving patient adherence to their medication therapy
  • Assisting patients in understanding and achieving therapeutic goals
  • Preventing medication-related errors
  • Reducing hospitalizations and emergency department visits
  • Decreasing out-of-pocket expenses and overall healthcare costs

Comprehensive Medication Review (CMR)

  • A Comprehensive Medication Review (CMR) is a one-on-one consultation between the patient and the pharmacist conducted in a private consultation room. During a CMR, our pharmacist will:

Update Health Records

  • Review patient demographics, allergies, and health conditions
  • Review laboratory data to assess the efficacy and toxicity of the drug therapy
  • Review and administer vaccinations based on the CDC's recommended immunization schedule

Medication Consultation

  • Review all medications
  • (prescription, over-the-counter, vitamin, and herbal supplements)
  • Ensure patient understands why he/she is taking the medication
  • Review proper administration technique (inhalers, eye drops, ear drops, nasal sprays, injectables, etc)
  • Clarify benefits and adverse reactions associated with each medication

Identify Drug Therapy Problems

  • Untreated Indications
  • Ineffective Therapy
  • Inappropriate Drug Therapy
  • Drug-Drug Interaction
  • High-Risk Medication
  • Duplicate Therapy
  • Non-Adherence
  • Cost-Efficacy

After the CMR consultation

At the conclusion of the CMR the patient will receive a Medication Action Plan (MAP), a document containing a list of actions for the patient to use in tracking their progress for self-management, and a Personal Medication Record (PMR), a comprehensive record of the patient’s medications (prescription and nonprescription medications, herbal products, and other dietary supplements).

The pharmacist will provide consultative services and interventions to address medication-related problems with the patient’s healthcare provider. When necessary, the pharmacist may refer the patient to a different physician or health care professional. MTM services are documented and communicated to the prescriber and patient in a consistent manner. The pharmacist will follow up with the patient to determine their progress with new medications and to ensure medication related problems identified during the CMR have been adequately resolved.

Medication Synchronization


Our Medication Synchronization (Med Sync) Program is a coordinated refill service that synchronizes all of your prescriptions, so they can be refilled on the same day each month. In addition, we are able to significantly decrease or even eliminate out-of-stock medications and last-minute phone calls to your physician’s office or insurance carrier.

Ideal for patients:

  • on multiple medications
  • with multiple health conditions
  • having difficulty taking their medications


  • If our Med Sync services would benefit you or a loved one, give us a call at
  • 410-329-6209 to enroll today for free

Early Notifcation

One week before your scheduled pick-up date, you will receive an automated call reminding you of the upcoming fill.

At this time, you can notify us of any changes to your health or medications. In addition, we can reach out to your doctor to authorize refills, order out-of-stock medications, or resolve any insurance issues that may arise prior to your pickup.

Automatic Reminder

One day prior to your scheduled pick up date, you will receive an automated call to inform you that your medications will be available for pick up.

  • Have Questions?
  • Give our pharmacists a call at 410-329-6209

216 Mt Carmel Rd, Parkton, MD 21120 | P: 410-329-6209 | F: 410-357-8002

Mon-Fri: 9a.m. - 8p.m. | Sat: 9a.m - 6p.m. | Sun: 9a.m - 3p.m.

  • P: 410-329-6209
  • F: 410-357-8002