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Florida Staff Pull Together to Reopen After Hurricane Michael

Oct 24th, 2018

Earlier this month, Hurricane Michael ripped through the Florida Panhandle and southeastern states, causing extensive flooding, blackouts, and devastation. Our Panama City, FL pharmacy, located within Life Management Center, Inc., was severely damaged, forcing us to relocate. Last week, our Panama City pharmacy staff, who were personally affected by the storm, worked countless hours to open a temporary pharmacy within the center’s crisis unit to ensure consumers have a way to get the medications they need.

We’re proud to work alongside these heroes!

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