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Welcome to The Medicine Shoppe of Ilion, located in the heart of the Mohawk Valley. We’re more than just a place to refill your prescription. We pride ourselves on the many services we offer to make your life just a little easier. Whether it’s for you, a loved one or even your pet, our friendly and knowledgeable staff can answer your questions about your medications and discuss ways to manage your health and well-being. It’s the kind of service you should expect from your pharmacy.
We were recently awarded Medicine Shoppe International Clinical Innovation Award. This award reflects our commitment to providing exceptional customer service.
It is simply our way of thinking, the atmosphere you experience here, a sense of being a part of your healthcare team.
Our customers are the foundation of our business and we are here for you. You are more than just a customer; you are our patient. We pride ourselves on being a member of your healthcare team, offering prompt prescription service, healthcare screenings and wellness programs that complement your lifestyle.
A recent article in CPESN NY’s newsletter, highlights our very own Mary Geloso, RPh, and her med sync program, that has enrolled 58 new patients, helping them to stay on track with their medications. Congratulations, Mary!
Helping Lead the Way in Enhancing Patient-Centered Care and Clinical Services.
Mary Geloso, RPh from The Medicine Shoppe in Ilion, NY, has embraced the opportunity with the Flip the Pharmacy (FtP) program by implementing a med sync program into their everyday practice. This change in the workflow has helped identify non-compliant patients and those falling off to now have better tracking through a streamlined approach. A total of 58 new patients were enrolled in their sync program which was identified based on compliance last year. A future goal is to involve more pharmacy staff, and Mary and her team plan to grow the number of eCare plans to continue improving patient care and outcomes. She and 13 other CPESN NY pharmacies in UNY and WNY are part of the FtP program and is helping drive change and advancement with clinical services in the pharmacy setting.
The Medicine Shoppe is also pursuing DSMES accreditation to offer a new diabetes management program to their patients and is teaming up a pharmacist with a nurse to help lead the program.
“Having an RN and a pharmacist offers a unique, well-rounded team approach that brings expanded clinical experiences to help better educate our DSMES patients,” says Steve Pardi, owner of The Medicine Shoppe.
This innovative mindset is just another example of how community pharmacy continues to transform its crucial role in the healthcare profession.