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!

Magnolia Pharmacy
Magnolia Pharmacy

Magnolia, Texas

Magnolia Pharmacy is not only compounding hand sanitizer for people in the community, but they’re also delivering batches to their local police and fire departments so first responders can remain safe in the field. Owner Steve Hoffart, PharmD, is also doing in-depth Facebook Live videos on a regular basis to keep his community up to date insight on the latest COVID-19 updates.

Spruce Mountain Pharmacy
Spruce Mountain Pharmacy

Jay, Maine

Since moving to their new location on Main Street in December 2019, Spruce Mountain Pharmacy now has a compounding room and they’re putting it to good use. They’re producing as much hand sanitizer as they can for their community and serving it up out of their convenient drive-thru window. In addition, they’re frequently posting helpful tips on Facebook about how to stay healthy through the COVID-19 pandemic.

Carroll Drug Store
Carroll Drug Store

Southwest Harbor, Maine

Carroll Drug Store widened their usual delivery radius beyond the borders of their small town to include every home on Mount Desert Island, which is the largest island off the coast of Maine. They’re spreading the word of their expanded free delivery service in between important COVID-19 updates on Facebook to ensure everyone in their community can get the prescription medication, OTC products and even Easter gift items they need, especially elderly patients who may not be willing or able to visit Carroll Drug Store’s convenient curbside walk-up window.

Family Pharmacy
Family Pharmacy and Family Pharmacy South Aiken

Aiken, South Carolina

Before COVID-19 made its way to South Carolina, Family Pharmacy and Family Pharmacy South Aiken were already implementing their emergency protocols and adapting them specifically for this pandemic. In an effort to keep their patients and staff safe, they closed their lobby and began serving customers exclusively via drive-thru, curbside and delivery. They’re waiving their standard delivery fee and maintaining usual business hours with their staff operating all hands on deck to make sure they’re able to keep providing their community the same level of personalized care they’ve come to expect from Family Pharmacy.

Taylor Drug
Taylor Drug

Arkansas City, Kansas

Thanks to their compounding pharmacist, Taylor Drug has been able to stay stocked with extra-strength hand sanitizer. Not only are they making sure their community has access to the product, but they also donated several bottles to the hard-working men and women of the Arkansas City Police Department.