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Changes at SpringHill Pharmacy

There are some big changes to report at SpringHill Pharmacy which has been in the community at the corner of Dorsey Drive and Catherine Lane going on 36 years. Owners David and Nancy DeMartini have decided to scale down what they have been doing to spend more time with family.


David and Nancy DeMartini

click to listen to David DeMartini


The store will stay open, but under a new name and DeMartini says they will continue to create compounded medicines for their customers, but the regular prescriptions have all been transferred over to Walgreens.  Demartini says he tried to sell to another independent pharmacist but he couldn’t find a buyer.
click to listen to David DeMartini

Anyone who has had a prescription with SpringHill Pharmacy should now go to Walgreens located at the corner of Brunswick and Sutton Way. DeMartini says pharmacist Julianne Lay will continue to work with him making compounds for customers and the gift and greeting card and other front end retail items will still be stocked at the store. But the name and hours will change…


David DeMartini and Julianne Lay

click to listen to David DeMartini

When their new sign is made it will read DeMartini Compounding Center , and if you call Springhill Pharmacy today your call will be automatically transferred to Walgreens.

1 Comment

May 13, 2016

Leslie Honey

I was honored to work with Dave for 10 years . So glad he is able to scale back. The DeMartinis have a special place in my heart always. Best of luck to all the wonderful employees . Glad to read JA will still be compounding! Congratulations Dave and Nancy ❤️

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