Webster’s Community Pharmacy, to be a Stop on Health Mart’s Healthy Living National Tour

Wednesday, April 30, 2014 | 12:55 am

Websters Community Pharmacy pics01 social-hmhlt (2)Webster’s Community Pharmacy announced today that it will be one of the stops on Health Mart’s Healthy Living National Tour on Thursday, May 1, from 3:00 – 6:00 p.m. Webster’s Community Pharmacy has recently joined Health Mart, the fastest growing independent pharmacy network in the United States. Webster’s Community Health Mart Pharmacy is and will continue to be a locally-owned independent retail pharmacy serving Altadena and neighboring communities.

Now in its fifth year of operation, the Health Mart Healthy Living Tour celebrates and recognizes the important role that community pharmacists play as trusted healthcare providers in their communities – helping to educate and to counsel on a variety of conditions that can be better managed with the help of a pharmacist. Aboard the Healthy Living Tour’s 40’ foot health screening unit, tour staff will provide complimentary health screenings for health risks associated with high blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol and obesity.

“We are excited that we have been chosen as a stop on the Healthy Living National Tour and to be recognized as an important player in the healthcare system. We are dedicated to offering our community broader access to services and medication counseling, which helps to improve the quality of care while lowering the cost of healthcare” says Michael Miller, Co-Owner and Pharmacist.

Webster’s Community Pharmacy has been part of the Altadena landscape since 1926 and plans to continue in this location for another 87 years. Webster’s RX is a full-service prescription pharmacy that also carries medical supplies. Hard –to-find retro toys, gifts, greeting cards, jewelry and fashion accessories, and books also line the historic shelves. Owners, Meredith and Michael Miller, former owners of the historic Fair Oaks Pharmacy and Soda Fountain in South Pasadena, are dedicated to revitalizing and restoring this Altadena gem to its original landmark status.


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