TROY, OHIO, November 14, 2012 - Dayton Daily News
By Peggy O'Farrell, Staff Writer
A state-of-the-art automated pharmacy aims to improve safety, cut costs and improve efficiency for long-term care facility residents in Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky.
- Baltimore-based pharmacy serving more than 30,000 residents of long-term care facilities in nine states and the District of Columbia.
- Operates pharmacies in Ohio (Troy and Eastlake), Maryland, Michigan and Virginia. A Pennsylvania facility is in the works.
- Established in 2002.