Our Mission here at Westmoreland Pharmacy is to provide service and value above all others. We will strive for the highest prescription quality by continually exercising the tightest quality-control procedures and maintaining equally high standards of continuing education.
Westmoreland Pharmacy is a locally-owned, unique pharmacy that provides both traditional pharmacy services and custom compounded prescriptions tailored to the individual patient.
Our Traditional side prides itself on world-class service offering Rx Filling, Immunizations, Pharmaceutical and OTC Supplement Consults and Custom Fitting for Medical Equipment. We have the flexibility of fulfilling your need in-store, through our convenient drive-thru, by mail or home delivery. We accept practically all insurance plans and have the expertise to successfully file your claim. Our independent pharmacy has the ability to be highly competitive on pricing. Westmoreland Pharmacy is extremely proud of our special programs that allow our customers to get the most out of their healthcare dollars. See our 1-YRx Plan. You will learn how to get a whole year of generic medication at one time, for one low cost starting at $48. Flexible spending accounts and/or HSA's are happily accepted as well.
Our Compounding Laboratory features state-of-the-art equipment that is required to produce the highest quality products. Each of our compounding staff has been given the proper training and continuing education to stay abreast of the most advanced techniques.
Lastly, we personally wish that each customer and patient achieves better health as a result of our helping hands. Please let us know how we can help you.
I am a graduate of Purdue University and have taken a personal interest in bio-identical hormones and compounding. Seminars, workshops and a multitude of books have helped me develop knowledge about compounding in anti-aging medicine. In 2006, I founded Westmoreland Pharmacy after working 15 years at Walgreens. I had always dreamed of owning my own business. And with the help of some awesome, talented people we have been able to grow and prosper. We now have three pharmacies, located in New Albany, Jeffersonville, and Sellersburg. Of course, none of this is possible without our loyal customers! I sincerely hope that we can help you as we work with you and your doctor. When I’m out of the pharmacy, I enjoy family time, playing golf, traveling and going to the movies.
I am a pharmacist and the Vice President at Westmoreland Pharmacy. I am so proud to be part of the original Westmoreland team as I oversee the 3rd store in Sellersburg. I received my Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2011 from Sullivan University and hold additional degrees in Masters of Business Administration and Masters of Science in Managing Information Technology. My passions are my family and music. My wife and I are busy with our three young children and are having a ball watching them grow. I’m also part of Voces Novae (VN for short). We are a semi-professional singing group specializing in many genres of music, from acapella to contemporary American music. You should come hear us sometime!
I’ve been a pharmacist with Westmoreland since 2007. I attended Butler University in Indianapolis, where I received my pharmacy degree in 1999. I truly enjoy being a pharmacist, because I love helping people. I am a people person by nature. I enjoy getting to know my customers and using my talents to help them. My husband and I currently reside in Corydon where we are raising our two amazing children! I am a sports fanatic (I like basketball, baseball, hockey, football, college and pro) and especially enjoy watching my own children play! I also love to bake all things sweet candy, cookies, pies and cakes. “The sweeter the better!” is my motto in the kitchen and in life.
I am happy to say that I have been with Westmoreland Pharmacy since October of 2006, where I started as a pharmacy technician. I was born and raised in Floyds Knobs, graduated from Floyd Central in 2007, and received my Doctorate in Pharmacy from Sullivan University in 2012. My practice areas of interest included infectious disease and pain management. I enjoy solving problems or finding answers for my customers and colleagues. Don’t hesitate to ask me for assistance … that’s what I’m here for! Outside of work, I am an active member of Kappa Psi, the world’s largest and oldest pharmaceutical fraternity. And I’m an avid fan of Purdue Athletics and the New Orleans Saints.
I am the pharmacist-in-charge at Westmoreland Pharmacy Jeffersonville. I received my Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2015 from Sullivan University. I started with Westmoreland Pharmacy as Technician in 2010 and worked part time while earning my degree. Currently I reside in Georgetown, Indiana with my husband. When not at the pharmacy, you can find me working hard on remodeling our home, from new flooring to new cabinets. I also enjoy a great vacation and any time I get to relax with my husband and friends.
I have been a pharmacist since 1991. I grew up in New Albany and attended Purdue University to receive my pharmacy degree. In November of 2012, I joined the Westmoreland Team and I couldn’t be happier! I am in my element here because I love helping people. I am a bit of a romantic and am in awe of life in general. My favorite thing is being outdoors enjoying the beauty of nature. Anytime I can get fresh air or gawking at the evening sky, I am happy. I’ve spent a lot of time camping, hiking, running, fly-fishing, skiing, and walking with friends. Spending time with my favorite people and having a good fire pit is the best! I currently live in “the country” (Georgetown) where I can be found wading in the creek with my beautiful daughter.
I may have only been with Westmoreland Pharmacy for a short while but I have been in independent retail pharmacy all my life. I grew up in my father’s pharmacy in western Kentucky and learned the joy of serving others from him. I am the tenth pharmacist in my family including my grandfather and many aunts, uncles, and cousins. I received my pharmacy degree from Purdue University in 1983. My husband and I live in Jeffersonville and have two grown daughters, who are also pharmacists.