Soldotna Professional Pharmacy announces "Sync my Meds."

Soldotna Professional Pharmacy announces "Sync my Meds."

Multiple trips, lines, worries for refills No More! “Sync my Meds” is here!

In an effort that is sure to become a hallmark of your Good Neighbor Soldotna Professional Pharmacy “Sync my Meds” has been launched for the New Year. In a day when multiple prescriptions are common place, yet frequency and amounts may vary greatly the professionals at Soldotna Pharmacy have created an original program that can eliminate making multiple trips each month to the pharmacy, worrying about running out of refills or waiting for drugs to be in stock. “We just started it this month because we have a lot of clients that have been spending a lot of their time coming to town to get medications periodically through the month. So we wanted to devise a way to cut down on those trips and help people get everything at once. We now have a staff dedicated to helping people get their medications all together so they can get everything just once a month and have more time to enjoy their regular life,” said Pharmacist Justin Ruffridge. The consultation service is free, “And we are also offering free delivery to those people who sign up for the no charge Sync my Meds service. We do door step delivery in the area from Nikiski to Kasilof. We even call you when your meds are ready and give you a choice of packaging bottles or medset,” added Ruffridge.

The Sync My Meds staff Alyse Bell, Marina Holt and Trish Notter are available daily Mon.-Fri. 9:00am-6:30pm, “We will go through everything you take currently and how much you have, we ask people to bring in what they are taking in a little baggie, whether it’s from this pharmacy or another we can sit down and figure what you have and what you need so everything gets balanced out and set up on the same day of the month. We renew everything monthly, this is not a computer program this is a personal and individualized service and no matter how many prescriptions you have we’d love to talk with you about syncing your meds. We’ll contact your physician when needed, order the drugs you need and have everything ready on the same day each month so that you don’t have to wait, or worry about running out. When all of your prescriptions are ready, we’ll call you so you can pick them up at the same time or you can take advantage of our free delivery system,” explained Ruffridge. To learn more about “Sync My Meds” visit Soldotna Professional Pharmacy at the corner of Marydale and Binkley Street in Soldotna or call 714-1604, 262-3800 or log on to

Sync your Meds & get free delivery too!

Sync your Meds & get free delivery too!

Marina & Alyse help Trish sync her meds so she can get all refills one day a month.

Marina & Alyse help Trish sync her meds so she can get all refills one day a month.

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