Our Commitment to You
Smith Drug Company's belief is the independent pharmacy separates itself from competition by putting the patient's care as their main priority. It is also our belief that if we, as your supplier, put the needs of your business as our main priority, we all win. The patient, your pharmacy and Smith Drug Company.
From Our Customers to You
Over the almost thirty years I have been in business I admit to trying most all the wholesalers out there. Someone asked me the other day, "Why do you buy from Smith Drug Company?" I looked him right in the eye and replied, "Is there another wholesaler?" You see, for me, there is only one. Smith Drug Company.Laird Miller, R.Ph., Medical Park Pharmacy
HealthWise has been a great asset for my business in many ways. Monthly HealthWise mailers provide a creative and easy way for my store to reach out and advertise to the community. The program allows customers to save on valued items, and each month I see the benefits of the HealthWise ads by the new customers that come into our store.Mark West, R.Ph., West Drug Company
Three Distribution Centers Serving 21 States
With State of the art automation, our distribution centers are designed with advanced technology for better efficiencies and order accuracies. While our technology allows for superior service as your supplier, our real strength lies in our people.
News & Updates
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Skin test could help diagnose Alzheimer’s
Skin biopsies could help reveal information about Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, according to a new study. The biopsies can detect elevated levels of abnormal proteins associated with the diseases. For the study, researchers took biopsies from 20 people with Alzheimer's disease, …Read more
Pharmacy Quality Measurement
The Medicare Part D Star Ratings program has generated a lot of buzz in the past year, and pharmacy owners are asking questions about quality measurement, the ratings, and what effect they will have on their pharmacy. NCPA is running a series of short articles that discusses each of the …Read more
U.S. Painkiller Abuse ‘Epidemic’ May Be Declining, Study Says
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 14, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- The U.S. "epidemic" of prescription-painkiller abuse may be starting to reverse course, a new study suggests.
Experts said the findings, published Jan. 15 in the New England Journal of Medicine, are welcome news. The decline …