Welcome to Medical Center Pharmacy
We invite you to fill your next prescription with us and experience the difference in service, value, and convenience.
Frequently Asked Questions
In a word, “yes”! The Texas State Board of Pharmacy rules require that generic medications substituted for the brand must be listed as equivalent in the Federal Government’s FDA “Orange Book”. Not only must the generic product contain the same quantity of medication, it must also achieve the same blood levels and produce the same results as the brand.
Yes. To be paid for dispensing medicines to people who have insurance a pharmacy must have a contract with that particular insurance company. The co-pay for each prescription is determined within that contract and it is the same at all pharmacies.
Bio-identical hormones, by definition, are identical to the hormones produced by your body. Starting with soy or wild yam, organic chemists produce hormones with the same molecular structures as those produced by the human body. Unlike other “natural” hormones that are from animal origin the human body sees bio-identical hormones as its own.
Refills remaining on your prescription can be transferred to our pharmacy. Just give us a call and tell us the name of the pharmacy that last filled your prescription, that pharmacy’s phone number, the prescription number, and the patient’s name. Our pharmacist will call and transfer the prescription to Medical Center Pharmacy and you can pick up your medicine usually within two hours.
We deliver prescriptions!
If you are not able to pick up your prescription, ask about our delivery service. Medical Center Pharmacy delivers prescriptions three times a day.
Medical Center Pharmacy offers bioidentical hormone medications. Bioidentical hormones are chemically identical to the hormones your body produces.
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A distinctive and elegant topical anhydrous silicone base. It is an ideal choice for use on all types of scar tissue, including new scars, old scars, surgical scars, keloids, and stretch marks.
Meet The Pharmacists
Dr. Jenna W. Clack grew up in the beautiful hill country of Kerrville, Texas. She received her Doctorate of Pharmacy degree from the University of The Incarnate Word Feik School of Pharmacy (FSOP) in San Antonio. Jenna began her pharmacy career in independent compounding pharmacy and her passion for quality individualized care has only strengthened over time. After graduation, Jenna chose to devote her time and efforts to Medical Center Pharmacy due to the outstanding attention and care she saw that patients received here. Jenna feels that serving Midlanders alongside her respected coworkers is an absolute dream job.
Karen Coffman, RPh is a West Texas native and has been a community retail pharmacist for over thirty years. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a BS degree in Pharmacy. Karen is a certified immunizer and compounding specialist. She says that working at Medical Center Pharmacy is the most enjoyable job of her career. She enjoys getting to work with a friendly and knowledgeable staff and and feels that her patients are a delight to serve.
Dr. Lora Smith is a graduate of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Pharmacy. Following graduation, Lora completed a 1 year ambulatory care residency at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. During her residency, she worked as part of a collaborative health care team to manage disease states such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. Lora is grateful to have joined an amazing pharmacy team at Medical Center Pharmacy that works together to help improve the health of our close-knit West Texas community.
Medical Center Pharmacy provides prescription compounding. Compounding is the creation of a particular pharmaceutical product to fit the unique needs of a patient. To do this, Medical Center Pharmacy combine and/or process appropriate ingredient(s) utilizing various tools. This may be done for medically necessary reasons, such as to change the form of the medication from a solid pill to a liquid, to avoid a non-essential ingredient that the patient is allergic to, or to obtain the exact dose needed. It may also be done for voluntary reasons, such as adding favorite flavors to a medication.
Medical Center Pharmacy is prepared to take the practice of pharmacy into the 21st century. Built with growth nad flexibility in mind, as treatment options change our physical facility can be altered to fit the patient’s need. The staff continually strives to stay abreast of new developments and treatments. The compounding pharmacist and staff continually train to meet the highest standards set forth by the Texas State Board of Pharmacy and other authorities which oversee our profession.