Skilled Care Pharmacy Celebrates its 30th Anniversary

MASON, Ohio--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Skilled Care Pharmacy, a provider of medication needs for residents in extended care communities in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, is pleased to celebrate the Company’s 30 years of service with an open house on September 1, 2011, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Skilled Care Pharmacy facility located at 6175 Hi-Tek Court in Mason, Ohio. Skilled Care Pharmacy invites the public to attend this special event, with RSVP encouraged and directed to [email protected] or call 513.459.7455 ext. #3500.

As a privately owned, long-term care pharmacy located in Mason, Ohio, Skilled Care Pharmacy originated in 1981 with just one employee and three nursing homes. Now, celebrating over 30 years of service, Skilled Care Pharmacy provides for over 10,000 residents in long-term care communities across Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. Through unprecedented customer service and a passion for improving the lives of those they serve, Skilled Care Pharmacy has maintained its trusted independence in an industry where consolidation has become the norm.

“We can’t express our thanks enough to all of those that believe in us and our services and we hope you join us at the open house,” stated President of Skilled Care Pharmacy Larry Galluzzo. “Skilled Care Pharmacy has come such a long way. It has been a tremendous journey, and we can’t wait to see our growth and progress years down the road.”

About Skilled Care Pharmacy

Skilled Care Pharmacy is a privately owned and operated long-term care pharmacy located in Cincinnati (Mason), Ohio, and services over 10,000 residents in extended care communities in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. Skilled Care Pharmacy offers daily and STAT distribution of medications, specialized medication packaging, various medication delivery systems, medical records, consulting pharmacist services, complete billing services, Medicare Part-B products and services, and multi-disciplinary consulting to its customer-partners.



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KEYWORDS:   United States  North America  Indiana  Kentucky  Ohio

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