May 1, 2022
How many years has your pharmacy been in business?
Elgin Pharmacy has been open for over 35 years.
What has been the most significant change within your pharmacy over the past five years, and how has it helped you serve your patients better?
The biggest change within our pharmacy over the past five years has been advancement in technology. New technology has allowed our staff to spend more time talking and interacting with patients on a daily basis.
What is your favorite thing about being a pharmacist?
My favorite thing about being a pharmacist is spending time talking with my patients and getting to know them individually. The relationships we build directly improve the service and care we can provide.
What makes your pharmacy unique?
Since Elgin Pharmacy has been serving the Elgin community for over 35 years, we’re now caring for five generations of local families!
What do you think your patients love most about your pharmacy?
I believe our patients most enjoy the personal care and service they receive at Elgin Pharmacy. We know the vast majority of our patients on a first-name basis. Someone often greets each patient by name as they enter the door. Patients can tell that we truly care about their health and well-being.
What are your favorite ways of getting involved with your community?
Since I live and work in Elgin, I am able to engage with the community through the pharmacy, our local church and schools, and by supporting community events.
What excites you most about the future of independent pharmacy?
I am most excited to see what useful services we can provide to our community in the future. From offering immunizations, Medication Therapy Management, and point-of-care testing, I believe that we can make a difference in the health and lives of our Elgin community.
What does Locally Loved mean to you?
Thinking about being Locally Loved always brings a smile to my face. Our staff enjoys hearing our patients tell stories of how they feel welcomed, cared for, and loved at Elgin Pharmacy. We strive each and every day to serve our patients the same way we would want our own family members to be treated in their time of need.