CFO David Morris shares how he and CEO Fred Burke work to keep inflation and labor woes from throttling the provider of medications to assisted-living centers.
Guardian Mid-South Pharmacy, a leading Tennessee long-term care (LTC) pharmacy based in Memphis, announced its move into a brand new 20,000-square-foot headquarters after expanding its customer base by over 33 percent in the past 18 months.
As a new era of care for ALs begins, ensuring residents embrace your partner pharmacy is one of the best solutions to help increase staff retention, safety, efficiency and coordination of care.
Guardian Pharmacy Services, one of the nation’s largest and most innovative long-term care (LTC) pharmacy companies, and Guardian Pharmacy of the Heartland today announced the opening of a new pharmacy location in the greater Kansas City area.
Guardian Pharmacy Services, one of the nation’s largest and most innovative long-term care (LTC) pharmacy companies, today announced it has expanded its midwestern footprint into Nebraska through a partnership with Midwest LTC Pharmacy.
Every day assisted living communities are confronting the challenges of a resident population ever increasing in average age and care needs while simultaneously facing dire staffing issues and its consequences on delivering optimal care.
East Tennessee Pharmacy Services (ETPS), a member of Guardian Pharmacy Services, one of the nation’s largest long-term care pharmacy companies, today announced the promotion of Robin Smith, Pharm.D, to president.
After doubling its business in the past year and a half, Guardian Pharmacy of Dallas-Fort Worth recently relocated its headquarters to a larger facility in Arlington.
Guardian Pharmacy Services and Southern Pharmacy Services Strengthen N.C. Footprint with Acquisition
Guardian Pharmacy Services, one of the nation’s largest long-term care (LTC) pharmacy companies, and Southern Pharmacy Services, a member of the Guardian family, today announced the acquisition of Peak Pharmacy in Kernersville, N.C.
How Long-Term Care Communities Can Preserve Medication Access for Residents During a Natural Disaster Evacuation
A record 22 natural disasters struck the United States last year and long-term care (LTC) communities cannot treat this threat lightly.