Greenhill Pharmacy opened its doors in September 2013 to the public serving both retail and compounding/specialty needs. Since then they have grown to serve the community around us in many aspects of Pharmacy Health Care. While their main focus is custom compounding of medications, they are a full-service retail pharmacy.
Greenhill Pharmacy is a niche pharmacy that specializes in custom compounding of medications. While they do serve all pharmacy needs, what separates them from big box retail pharmacies is their ability to compound medications that are specific to a patient’s needs. Along with their mission to provide stellar customer service, they pride themselves in the commitment to delivering the highest quality national standards in compounding. Greenhill Pharmacy is accredited by two organizations, Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB) and United Credentialing & Accreditation Program (UCAP), a service of the National Boards of Pharmacy (NABP). Greenhill Pharmacy earned these accreditations in recognition of their commitment to high quality and high standards of compounding. With over 60,000 pharmacies nationwide, there are less than 1% who have attained this distinction of being accredited by PCAB and UCAP.
IMPACTS OF COVID-19
They have adjusted in how they service their customer-base. Early on they changed to curbside or delivery only, limiting potential exposure to COVID-19 for their staff as well as customers. Free delivery has always been part of the service they offer. They have seen an increase in their expenses to fulfill deliveries – a necessary cost that they know will help save lives and keep exposure and infection rates down.
As an organization, they decided to help local companies that are affected by COVID-19.
Some things they decided as an organization was to make hand sanitizer, since they can do that in their lab and sell it at their cost. They felt strongly this was not a time to worry about profiting, rather serve the community with a need. On Tuesdays they have designated it to be “take out Tuesday,” ordering lunch for their staff from a local restaurant. Friday’s are “Five Forks Friday,” buying lunch, smoothies, yogurt, etc. from a local Five Forks business to help support them in a time of need.