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Meet Your Pharmacists

DeAnne Pace, PharmD, graduated from Samford University. She has dedicated the majority of her career to serving patients in Lexington, TN.

Kimberly Hopper, PharmD, graduated from UT. She has dedicated the majority of her career to serving patients in Lexington, TN.

Serving our community for 40 years.

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MyRide TN

MyRide TN is an expanding, sustainable, senior-friendly volunteer transportation service that has taken root in Tennessee. Volunteer drivers use their personal vehicles to carry older Tennesseans to a variety of destinations, including medical appointments, grocery stores, and Lexington Discount Drugs. Rides are provided Monday–Friday and priority is given to doctor appointments.

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