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Pelham Pharmacy

Our pharmacy staffs are well educated and board trained. Our pharmacy manager, Dr. Adewunmi, holds a BS in chemistry from York college and a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Temple University. She has worked with a national retail pharmacy chain for about 10 years with 4 years as a pharmacy manager. She is also a licensed immunizer with over 3 years experience. Our technicians are highly experienced. Through our patient-centered approach and expertise in pharmacy retail management, we are focused on meeting all your needs in a friendly environment where you the patient always come first!

Why Pelham Pharmacy?

  • Dedicated customer service team
  • Free door to door delivery
  • Refill Reminder and online refill
  • Medication management with our experienced pharmacy staff
  • Work with assisted living communities, senior centers, and nursing homes
  • Convenient parking
  • Walk-in adult immunization services (flu, hepatitis, Zostavax, pneumonia and TB)
  • HomeCare products such as sitz bath, wheelchairs and much more
  • MTM: Medication therapy management services
  • Blood pressure screening
  • We carry Gluten-free and organic products

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