elmwood pharmacy

My experience with Jeff and the Elmwood family has always been top notch.

 

Elmwood Neighborhood Pharmacy’s origin began in 1996 when owner and pharmacist Jeff Kilborn decided to make a difference in the health care community. The pharmacy formerly known as Wohlners Pharmacy and Carl S Baum Druggist made the move in March of 2007 to a new building directly south of the Wohlners Grocery Store. Within the last eleven years Elmwood pharmacy has established itself as a leader in pharmaceutical and customer care. This dedication to the customers allowed us to expand and grow to our current location.

We feel the new facility allows the pharmacy to enhance our care and continue to build relationships with the great people of Omaha. The new store also offers home medical equipment and supplies. This provides the customer a trusted one stop shop for all their medical purchases.

Elmwood Neighborhood Pharmacy is there to meet the needs of the community. Jeff Kilborn, the owner of Elmwood Pharmacy created a vision statement the pharmacy takes great pride in.

Through comprehensive pharmaceutical care, we are dedicated to providing personal, caring, and professional service to enhance the lives of our patients.”

Elmwood Neighborhood Pharmacy is a full health care provider that offers our customers multiple services.

Prescriptions – (refills available on the web site)

Home Medical Equipment and Supplies

One on One Patient Counseling Room

Health Screenings

Diabetes Shop

Delivery Available

Drive Thru-located in the back side if the building

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Jeff M. May 13, 2015 12:24 am
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Elmwood pharmacy epitomizes the “neighborhood” pharmacy. You will be treated like family when you walk in.

T. Parks May 11, 2015 9:36 pm
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Visited this cozy neighborhood pharmacy for the first time on the recent recommendations from Omaha Town. The atmosphere is like a step back in time where everyone knows your name. The pharmacist (i think Jeff) answered all of my questions. They don’t have a huge selection like a Walgreens but the trade off is worth it.