Our Pharmacy Process
CONNECT with the pharmacy
by providing your prescription and start a relationship with a pharmacist.
IMPROVE your health
through free education and services that give you control.
ENJOY better living
through ongoing care with one-on-one personalized coaching and management.
Meet Your Pharmacist
Levi Rice, R.Ph
Meredith Figg, Pharm.D
Amy Tichenor, Pharm.D
Tammy Goff, R.Ph, Diabetic Educator
Brian Mayes, Pharm.D
Leslie Sampley, Pharm.D
Brett Renfrow, Pharm. D
Convenience. With text alerts you choose your pickup time and the Rice's App lets you refill prescriptions quickly and easily from your phone. Give us a call and we can deliver your medicine for no additional charge.
Control. With Simplify My Meds® you get monthly refill reminders and a designated day to pickup most of your medicines. Meducation® is a personalized summary of your medications in order to simplify dosage scheduling and side effect information.
Customization. With a doctor's oversight, our compounding specialist can modify medications to meet your preferences.
Care. Our pharmacists want to know you personally. A health coach can help with medication adherence for you or a loved one. One-on-one therapy management from a pharmacist or certified tech can give you clinical support for even the most complex conditions.
Latest News & Info
From Beaver Dam to MbararaAt the end of March a team will be traveling from Beaver Dam, Kentucky to Mbarara, Uganda and are currently gathering donation items to take with them. In total it’s an 18 hour flight not including a short layover in Amsterdam. The purpose of the trip is to spread love and[…]
Generic drugs are commonly prescribed by physicians and encouraged by pharmacists. But, do you ever worry that a generic drug might not work as well as a similar brand name drug?Our minds are powerful and we often associate brand name drugs as being more effective than generic drugs. The word generic sometimes creates an idea[…]
People with diabetes (type 1 or type 2) are at high risk of serious flu complications, often resulting in hospitalization and sometimes even death, according to the CDC. You can prevent complications with a flu shot.Harvard’s Joslin Diabetes Center says that just having the disease is putting you at greater risk for having the flu[…]
November begins a two-month long season of celebration. We celebrate with family meals, office parties and church potlucks to name a few. It is only fitting that November also is National Diabetes Month. As a diabetic, you face difficult decisions and temptations that lead to unhealthy food choices. Are you often so overwhelmed that you[…]
If you are 65 years of age or older, it is recommended that you receive a sequence of pneumococcal vaccines to help protect against pneumonia and its complications. If you have never received the PCV13 (Prevnar 13) vaccine in your lifetime, ask your pharmacist about receiving this vaccine. A year after receiving this vaccine, you[…]
Being outside in the summer brings the risk of poison ivy. There are three plants you need to watch out for: poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac. Most have 3 leaves and appear oily or waxy. Wearing long pants or long sleeves in wooded areas can help prevent exposure. The plant oil, urushiol, is[…]
Since allergy season is ramping up, it is important to know which oral antihistamine is best for you based on side effects of the drugs and your symptoms. All antihistamines work by reducing your symptoms of itching, sneezing, and runny nose. Keep in mind that these drugs will have little effect on nasal congestion. Antihistamines,[…]
There are many over-the-counter (OTC) medications used to treat a cough. Expectorants are used if your cough is nonproductive, meaning you aren’t coughing up any mucus. They can also be used for productive coughs to reduce the thickness of the mucus and increase secretions and move the phlegm out of your lungs. Guaifenesin is an[…]