Medical Center West Pharmacy is owned and operated by pharmacist Kyle Pulliam. Kyle graduated from the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy in 1987. He worked in retail pharmacy for two years before receiving certification as a nuclear pharmacist from Purdue University. Kyle then spent the next 10 years working as a nuclear pharmacist, compounding sterile nuclear prescriptions. During this time he started a retail pharmacy and eventually left nuclear to practice retail full time. He specializes in compounding and is a member of the Professional Compounding Centers of America.
Debbie Pulliam is the office manager at Medical Center West Pharmacy, and is also a graduate of the University of Georgia. Along with handling invoices and vendor paperwork, she is also responsible for the over the counter or non prescription part of the pharmacy. She also takes care of purchasing the items in our expanding gift section, so if you have any products that you would like to see added, please let her know.
Eric Usry works as one of our part time pharmacists. he is a graduate of the University of Colorado School of Pharmacy. Eric has worked in retail pharmacy for 5 years and is glad to answer any medication questions that you may have.
Shannon Doolittle works as a pharmacy technician. She fills daily prescriptions and assistis Kyle in the compounding work.
Chasity works as a pharmacy technician and sometimes as cashier. She mainly assists Kyle in the compounding area.
Jackey works as a pharmacy technician filling the daily prescriptions
Rachel is one of our new employees and works as a pharmacy technician. She also puts together the blister packaging for our customers who want some organization for their daily medications.
Taylor is our main cashier and works out front assisting customers. She is glad to help you find whatever products you may need, answer questions and offer gift suggestions.
Tyler Carl has also been with us for a year. He is a certified pharmacy technician and is also our delivery driver so you may see him around town taking care of those who need their medicines brought to them.