• May Member Spotlight-The Medicine Shoppe

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    At The Medicine Shoppe® Pharmacy, we’re committed to the idea that quality pharmacy care means more than just prompt prescriptions. To us, quality care means that you get the prescriptions and medications you need, along with the care and attention you deserve. True to Mr. Rogers' vision for Latrobe to one day become the quintessential neighborhood in America, we have created a business with unmatched hospitality in our community.
     
    The Medicine Shoppe is a locally-owned business that has been part of the Latrobe community for over 40 years. Our patients are treated like family, not just a number … and everyone knows your name! Customers never have long wait lines/times like larger, chain pharmacies. But when there is a slight delay, you can take a few minutes to browse our supply of basic health needs such as OTC/organic medicines and vitamins, shop in our charming seasonal home decor/gift section, or relax in our comfortable waiting area. We care about our family of patients by ensuring their prescriptions are accurate, follow up with physicians about discrepancies or other problems, and even offer convenient monthly med packs with doses organized and measured for each day.
     
    “We would love the opportunity to serve you and to have you join our growing list of satisfied customers,” says owner Sue Shropp. “ We feel honored to be part of this community and appreciate all the support we receive!”
     
    We also pride ourselves on our community involvement including Mr. Rogers Family Day, The Banana Split Celebration, and Holly Jolly Christmas in Latrobe. Our staff loves to decorate and get in on the fun that these special occasions bring to our downtown!
     
    Our newest endeavor has been to make sure the Latrobe community and surrounding areas have access to the Covid vaccine. Along with community volunteers from the retired nurses, the Chamber, Adams Memorial Library, the Latrobe Police and Municipal Offices, and the Latrobe Art Center, we have been able to come together to take care of the community by holding pop-up clinics whenever the vaccine has been made available to us. 
     
    Sue Shropp received her RPh from Duquesne University and has been serving our community since 1977. Keep in touch and up-to-date with the Medicine Shoppe and their staff on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/MedicineShoppeLatrobe) or the website: https://latrobe.medicineshoppe.com/.

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