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Shiloh Apothecary Welcomes ‘Well-Respected’ Pharmacist

From left are Shiloh Apothecary Pharmacists Stephanie Mathis, Leigh Ann Beaty, and Raymond Mathis. (Courtesy Photo)

By Josh Mitchell

Corinth Today News Editor

A pharmacist with more than 30 years of experience has joined the Shiloh Apothecary team in Corinth.

Leigh Ann Beaty comes to Shiloh Apothecary from Walgreens, where she worked for 24 years — nine years in Memphis and 15 in Corinth. Beaty also served as pharmacy manager at Kroger and Walgreens in Corinth.

Beaty builds relationships with customers and helps them solve problems, saying, “People want to understand their medicine and insurance. I really like meeting people’s needs. I try to go above and beyond.”

She likes that Shiloh Apothecary is an independent, family-owned pharmacy that takes the time to communicate with customers. She noted that Shiloh Apothecary is growing, especially in the area of compounding medicine.

Moreover, Beaty said Shiloh Apothecary can work with customers to find the best prices for their medication. She can also help customers manage side effects, adhere to dosing requirements and improve general health.

Shiloh Apothecary Pharmacist Stephanie Mathis, who owns the business with her husband, Raymond, said Beaty is “customer-service driven” and “cares about how people feel.” Beaty is well respected and brings a wealth of experience to Shiloh Apothecary, Mathis added.

Shiloh Apothecary is conveniently located by the intersection of East Shiloh Road and North Harper Road. It also has a unique baby department with many health products for moms and newborns.

Shiloh Apothecary is open Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. It can be reached at (662) 594-1573 or visit their website by clicking here.

Shiloh Apothecary is an independent, family-owned pharmacy that builds relationships with customers.

One Comment

  1. Ethan Ethan November 2, 2018

    What interest does Corinth Today have in Shiloh Apothecary? Josh is constantly reporting on this private owned business and what they have to offer. There are several locally owned pharmacies and businesses that offer the same thing but you don’t see their name plastered all over Corinth Today. If you don’ believe me just type “Shiloh Apothecary” in the search section.

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