There’s a lot we can tell you about how Health Mart is different, or how our best-in-class network of independent pharmacists are leading the way in redefining the future of independent pharmacy. But we thought you might like to hear it from them.

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Peer to Peer Connections

Learn, network and join in on the peer discussions that are helping to shape the future of independent pharmacy. We offer a range of opportunities including local town halls and our national tradeshow for our pharmacists to connect and learn.

Community Connections

Independent pharmacists have deep connections in their community. Health Mart celebrates your local identity and helps you deepen those connections through community-based health and wellness events.

Congratulations to our 2015 Pharmacy of the Year Award Winner!

The Pharmacy of the Year award celebrates the best of the best – Health Mart community pharmacies that demonstrate an outstanding commitment to patient care. To honor Marble City Pharmacy of the Year, McKesson donated $1,500 to their charity of choice: Auburn University’s Harrison School of Pharmacy.

Their family-owned business lives by their motto, “The way a drugstore used to be.” by providing exceptional customer service and personalized patient care in their local community. Watch the video.

Spotlight: 2015 Independent Spirit Award Winners:

Our Independent Spirit Award celebrates Health Mart pharmacies and the unique qualities that set them apart in their local communities. To honor these winners, Health Mart donated $1,500 to their charities of choice.

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Doreen Saylor, RPh

Central Avenue Pharmacy
Valley City, North Dakota

Going Above and Beyond…

“It’s important to be part of the community, not just in it,” says Doreen, who with her staff, have been caring for their community since 1989. Read more...

“It’s important to be part of the community, not just in it,” says Doreen, who with her staff, have been caring for their community since 1989. Doreen has become a local business leader and received numerous awards. The Pharmacy team lived up to Doreen’s motto during the “Flood of 2009,” when 1,500 homes along the Sheyenne River were evacuated. The staff worked around the clock to ensure their patients received the medications they needed, and worked with insurance companies so that the disaster recovery service people received their medications after becoming ill from the cold conditions. Read less...

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Pete Crouch

Eden Drug
Eden, North Carolina

Showing The Impact of Buying Local

Pete has a vision to help Eden, formerly a textile and tobacco town, reinvent itself. This includes serving on the Boards of his local Chamber of Commerce and community hospital. Read more...

Pete has a vision to help Eden, formerly a textile and tobacco town, reinvent itself. This includes serving on the Boards of his local Chamber of Commerce and community hospital. To dramatize the economic impact of supporting local businesses, Pete stamped 1,000 separate $2 bills with “BUY LOCAL.” Pete gave $60 to each employee with two requirements, that they spend it at businesses owned by someone who lived in the community and give at least 10% to a local charity. The pharmacy also distributed $2 bills in change at its register with a note encouraging people to support locally owned businesses. Read less...

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Dan Jespersen

Ben Franklin Apothecary
Duncanville, Texas

The Heart of Their Community

Ben Franklin Apothecary was founded in 1964 by Wes and Ann Jespersen and is now owned by their son Dan. The pharmacy has become a community social center serving the health needs of 35,000 residents. Read more...

Ben Franklin Apothecary was founded in 1964 by Wes and Ann Jespersen and is now owned by their son Dan. The pharmacy has become a community social center serving the health needs of 35,000 residents. Dan added a soda fountain that has become a popular meeting spot for local elected officials, and community projects. Ben Franklin Apothecary was named one of the “Top 100” Small Businesses by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in 2015, and received a Texas Treasure Business Award from the Texas Historical Commission on its 50th anniversary in 2014. Read less...

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