“We are proud to partner with Pat’s Market, a convenient location for our patients, to provide a full-service pharmacy,” said Jason Knox, RPh, Pharmacy Manager.
City officials, business leaders, and community members from Gillett and Oconto Falls participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday, celebrating the opening of the CMH Pharmacy in Gillett.
Gillett has been without a pharmacy since 1997, when Russell’s Low Drug closed its doors with the retirement of its owner pharmacist Ken Geiger, after 21 years in business. For the past four years, community members have been able get their prescriptions filled at the CMH Gillett Primary Care Clinic through telemedicine technology.
The new CMH Gillett healthcare team Michele Laduron, NP, Genadi Maltinski, MD, and pharmacist Angie Lane, PharmD. “We are very pleased to bring a full-service pharmacy back to the Gillett community,” said Dr. Genadi Maltinski, who has been practicing family medicine in Gillett since 1997. He and nurse practitioner Michele Laduron provide family medicine services at the CMH Gillett Primary Care Clinic.
The CMH Pharmacy offers free mail-out service, and prescription refills can be phoned in at any time of day at (920) 848-6323. CMH now fills prescriptions at six locations across Oconto County, in Gillett, Lena, Mountain, Oconto, Oconto Falls, and Suring.