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Located in Pikeville, KY, we've been serving the community for over 70 years. Our friendly staff will treat you like family and we want to provide healthcare services that are customized to meet your needs. Stop by today or call us to let us know how we can assist you in achieving your health goals.

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Meet Your Pharmacist

Donovan Bentley, PharmD, graduated with his Doctorate of Pharmacy from Appalachian College of Pharmacy in 2014.

Colby Newsome, PharmD, earned his Doctorate of Pharmacy at East Tennessee State University’s Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy in 2015.

Both are happy to be able to come back to their hometown to serve their community.

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History Of The Pharmacy

Pikeville Discount Drug has been serving the city of Pikeville and Pike county for over 70 years. Although the store has operated under different names over the years we still provide the same small town service as when the doors opened back in the 1940's. Thomas Howell opened up Howell Drug in the late 40's on the corner of Main St. and Division St. after working for Standard Drug which was straight across the street. Just down main street was another pharmacy called New Drug located beside the Anthony Hotel. In the early 1970's Howell Drug and New Drug were combined and formed Pikeville Drug.The pharmacy operated under that name until the mid 1990's. At that point the pharmacy was sold and the name was changed to Downtown Pikeville Drug. This name was used until the early 2000's when the pharmacy moved out of the downtown area and changed to Pikeville Discount Drug. The photo's to the right are of pharmacies in downtown Pikeville dating back to 1917. These photo's are provided by Pike County Public Library Paul B May Collection.

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Remdesivir for COVID-19

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COVID-19: Telehealth and HIPAA FAQs

COVID-19: Telehealth and HIPAA FAQs

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Reopening After COVID-19

Reopening After COVID-19

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COVID-19 Update: 5/25/2020

COVID-19 Update: 5/25/2020

The number of coronavirus cases continues to rise in the United States. more

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