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"We have been blessed by the people in our state for more than 125 years as an organization and we are so excited to give back by providing excellent pharmacy services to our neighbors."
BETHANY, OK, May 10, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Conveniently located in downtown Bethany, the Community Pharmacy is now open to the public and serves most major insurance carriers. The new pharmacy, 6770 N.W. 39th Expressway, will be welcoming all customers with free coffee, cookies and special giveaways on May 10 through May 14. The pharmacy team can assist customers with transferring their prescriptions as well as answer questions about their medications with a focus on first-class customer service.
The Community Pharmacy at the Children's Center Rehabilitation Hospital serves customers of all ages and uniquely offers sterile compounding medication services. Delivery and mail-order services are available to help customers across the Oklahoma City metro area as well as the serve the entire state.
"We have been blessed by the people in our state for more than 125 years as an organization and we are so excited to give back by providing excellent pharmacy services to our neighbors," said Nico Gomez, hospital Chief Executive Officer. "We have a high standard of service and believe it will be a welcome alternative to some of the national chain pharmacies."
An expert team of pharmacists will provide personalized service with a focus on high quality and low prices. Prescriptions can also be managed by text messages, email or phone calls through the Rx2Go application available on most phones. The pharmacy will be open Monday through Friday, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, visit the website at www.miracleshappenhere.org and find the pharmacy under the Family Resources tab or call the pharmacy team directly at 405-440-6797.
The Children's Center Rehabilitation Hospital opened the pharmacy to focus on meeting the complex medication needs of pediatric patients, many of whom take several medications to treat rare conditions. Because of the growing need for more pharmacy options in the community, the hospital opened this pharmacy to the public. The proceeds from the pharmacy are invested back into the support and care of the children being served through the hospital and clinics.
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