Standing Up to Coronavirus.
Supporting Your Local Community.

The negative impacts of the coronavirus have been pervasive on a global scale. Yet, despite all these struggles, there have been countless examples of strength and goodwill that replenish our hope. One of the brightest sources of positivity through this healthcare crisis has been independent community pharmacy.

Our Good Neighbor Pharmacy locations have all been responding differently to the pandemic. Shaped by the unique communities they serve, they have adapted at lightning speed to serve their neighbors in new and inventive ways. They’re working tirelessly on the front lines to ensure you continue receiving the care you need, even when things are at their most chaotic. This is what fearless pharmacy is all about!

Read their inspiring stories to see how our Good Neighbor Pharmacy locations are making a difference in their community. We will continue to add more, because every pharmacy going above and beyond for their patients right now deserves every ounce of recognition and gratitude we can give. Please thank your locally loved pharmacy and share on Facebook or Instagram how they have made a positive impact in your life during this time using #fearlesspharmacy!

Riggins Pharmacy
Riggins Pharmacy & Bookstore

Lavonia, Georgia

Riggins Pharmacy & Bookstore is nurturing the minds of the children in their community by hosting Quarantine Story-time on Facebook. Their team members are trading off reading a different children’s book each day to make sure young ones who are temporarily out of school keep their love of reading going strong until they’re able to return to the classroom.

Gateway Pharmacy
Gateway Pharmacy

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania

Gateway Pharmacy started compounding their own hand sanitizer and providing frequent updates via social media on what COVID-19-related products they have in stock while encouraging customers to take advantage of their curbside pickup and delivery services.

Northfield Pharmacy
Northfield Pharmacy

Northfield, Minnesota

Northfield Pharmacy has partnered with another local business that has gotten permission to produce hand sanitizer, Loon Liquor Distillery, and is distributing it to the community. Since the distillery has been closed during the pandemic, Northfield Pharmacy has been collecting donations for them, and within the first two weeks, they were able to give $300 back to Loon Liquor. Additionally, they’re selling handmade masks created by a woman from their community who had her work hours reduced and are giving her all the proceeds from every mask sold.

Springfield Pharmacy
Springfield Pharmacy

Springfield, Pennsylvania

Springfield Pharmacy has compounded lots of hand sanitizer for their community and also donated some to local nursing homes. They’ve also been able to source PPEs and have created a convenient shopping list to help their customers buy the necessities—all while expanding their delivery radius to ensure their community can get all the things they need while staying safe at home.

Payne Family Pharmacy
Payne Family Pharmacy

Floydada, Texas

Committed to keeping their community and staff safe, Payne Family Pharmacy has been informing their patients about the risks of COVID-19 since early March and encouraging them to take advantage of their free local delivery. They’re servicing customers in a separate lobby where they can limit the number of people and maintain social distancing. Their staff is also wearing masks at all times and cleaning the store every hour.