BATAVIA, N.Y., Feb. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Alberty Drugs, a leading Compounding Pharmacy in Batavia,
"The opportunity to service government accounts opens up significantly more markets throughout the region as our goal continues to be to expand our pharmacy operations and service all Federal Agencies, including our local Veteran Affairs Centers (VA)," states Kevin Casey, Co-Owner at Alberty Drugs. He continues, "We provide all of our customers with the support, products, and pharmacy services to lead a healthier life including wellness programs and specialized compound prescriptions.
Dedicated to the highest quality of service in the field of pharmaceutics, Alberty Drugs offers quality drug prescription service, consultation and medication reviews to its clients. The highly-trained professional medical experts and licensed compounding pharmacists at Alberty Drugs mix, alter and/or create most prescriptions that are not available on the market and service the greater Batavia, New York State area.
About Alberty Drugs:As Batavia's very own independent drugstore dedicated to serving the people of Genesee County since 1922, family-owned and operated Alberty Drugs provides personal customer service that's second to none. They are a community leader in offering comprehensive and compassionate healthcare to meet all of their client's medication needs. Alberty Drugs is the only pharmacy in Genesee County that delivers prescriptions directly to their client's home. For more information, visit www.albertydrugstore.com.
Contact for Alberty Drugs: Kevin Casey, Co-Owner at (585) 344-1570
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