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CPESN Empowering Community Pharmacy – RBC 2017

Special guest, Cardinal Health customer and independent pharmacy owner – Mr. Rob Cockman, PharmD with Midtown Pharmacy The Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network: Which […]

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October 30, 2017 Community Pharmacy

Special guest, Cardinal Health customer and independent pharmacy owner – Mr. Rob Cockman, PharmD with Midtown Pharmacy

The Community Pharmacy Enhanced Services Network:

Which pharmacies are ideal participants in CPESN?  Pharmacies that focus on PATIENTS instead of PRESCRIPTIONS Pharmacies that establish STRONG RELATIONSHIPS with their patients and members of the local health care community Pharmacies that provide ENHANCED SERVICES Services that transcend conventional pharmacy services.

About Rob:

Rob Cockman opened Midtown Pharmacy in 2003, originally located in the Stoney Creek Village Shopping Center. Rob began with the vision of bringing back small-town pharmacy in an era trending toward big corporate box stores. After years of success, Rob reopened Midtown Pharmacy in a larger location in 2010. The new facility allows for a better selection of medical equipment, over-the-counter products, room for health and wellness classes for the community, as well as The Children’s Boutique.

Midtown Pharmacy is purposefully patterned after the old-fashioned community pharmacy. It is an independent business, built on Rob’s philosophy that taking care of customers is the just the right thing to do. Midtown Pharmacy offers all the services of a modern “big box drug store,” but delivers excellent service with the attentiveness, good manners and personality of the pharmacy your parents and grandparents knew.

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