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QoL meds and Genoa Healthcare Receive Final Approval to Combine Companies

Jul 16th, 2014

Genoa Healthcare has received final approval to combine with QoL meds, bringing together two pharmacy organizations with proven track records for excellent service to individuals with mental illness. The combination will do business as Genoa, a QoL Healthcare Company and creates the nation’s market leading behavioral health specialty pharmacy company. Both companies have strong reputations for outstanding customer service, flexibility and delivering true value to their customers. By uniting their strengths – like best practices and expertise – the combined company will be able to better serve individuals and the health organizations that care for them. Check back regularly as we integrate the companies and update our news. For more information, please read the press release HERE.

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