Since 1984, Founder and CEO N. Lois Adam’s vision has been to affect positive change for patients with chronic diseases and the pharmaceutical community at large. Colleague and long-time friend Beverley Donelson played an integral role in the start-up of the C.F. Pharmacy.
Ms. Adams’s companies continue to offer the best possible care to her specialty pharmacy patients. She has gained a respected reputation as a staunch advocate for patient rights.
Both the Cystic Fibrosis Pharmacy and its sister pharmacy, Freedom Pharmacy, have helped provide compassionate, quality and affordable pharmaceuticals and treatments to patients worldwide. Our experienced, caring, knowledgeable staff goes above and beyond just filling prescriptions. Many have worked with us over 20 years.
By working together with pharmaceutical manufacturers, healthcare professionals, hospitals and clinics across the U.S., along with many foundations and organizations, we’ve been able to provide affordable medications, state-of-the-art treatments and compassion and assistance programs for numerous disease states. As a USP-certified compounding pharmacy, we even compound hard-to-find specialty medications for humans and pets. Plus, we offer dietary supplements and natural and herbal medications.
The key to accessible and quality care for the patients we serve has been our team approach through the Circle of Care Disease Therapy Management Programs. Working with patients and their caregivers, physicians and coordinators, insurers and other healthcare organizations, CF and Freedom Pharmacies ensure a high level of health and disease compliance and medication management.
Patients are automatically enrolled into the Circle of Care program associated with their diagnosis and are provided the best quality of care and education. The goal is optimum patient health and happiness.
The two pharmacies, a part of the HHCS Health Group of Companies, integrate your pharmacy and medical services with continuous communication within the Circles of Care to provide maximum, positive healthcare while minimizing overall healthcare costs. Our bilingual, financial team of reimbursement specialists works continually on behalf of the numerous patients we support.
Plus, our team of pharmacy care experts receives the most current, up-to-date training and education on new, innovative medications, equipment and supplies. They participate in ongoing, national medical conferences, workshops and webinars through our manufacturers, health plans, trade organizations and a variety of other groups.
Both pharmacies are a part of the Good Neighbor Pharmacy network of more than 3,600 independent pharmacies nationwide. Good Neighbor Pharmacy® was ranked “Highest in Customer Satisfaction among Chain Drug Stores” in the J.D. Power 2014 U.S. Pharmacy Study* released October 2014.
This is the second year in a row that Good Neighbor Pharmacy® (GNP) has taken the top honor in this category, as well as its fourth recognition in five years. GNP has been recognized as a 2014 Customer Champion—one of 50 companies on this elite list to have earned this recognition of excellence. Our pharmacies are pleased to be a part of Good Neighbor Pharmacy network– “Locally Owned ~ Locally Operated ~ Locally Loved.”
CEO N. Lois Adams, B. Pharm., MBA, CRPh was recognized by the Good Neighbor Pharmacy in Aug. 2010 as the “National Pharmacist of the Year.” This award is bestowed upon a pharmacist who is “supremely dedicated to improving the quality of life of the people and cities he or she serves.”
This describes the goal of both our founder and pharmacies. Our motto is “All We Do, We Do for You!” Call us today at 407-898-8922 for more information on how we may serve you!
*What makes a specialty pharmacy unique? The Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy defines specialty pharmacy drugs as “medications [that are] generally prescribed for people with complex or ongoing medical conditions such as multiple sclerosis, hemophilia, hepatitis and rheumatoid arthritis. These medications also typically have one or more of the following characteristics: [they are] injected or infused (but some may be taken by mouth); [they have] unique storage or shipment requirements; additional education and support [is] required from a healthcare professional; [and the drugs are] usually not stocked at retail pharmacies.”