Due to the COVID-19 Epidemic we are Now offering Free Delivery or curbside pickup!

Due to the COVID-19 Epidemic for your safety and the safety of our staff you can order through the Website, Mobile App, or by phone to fill your over the counter medications and refills!

Starting April 1st, 2020 We will be closed Saturdays until further notice.

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Meet Your Pharmacists

I have been a Florida registered pharmacist for 30 years. I attended the University of Georgia School of Pharmacy and training in pharmaceutical compounding at the University of Florida. I have been the owner of Venice Apothecary since 2003, I am also a volunteer pharmacist at Good Samaritan Pharmacy. I enjoy community connections and I am a member of my local Rotary club. My hobbies include jogging & spending time outdoors, gardening, cooking and traveling. She has dedicated the majority of her career to serving patients in Venice, FL.

Lou Kolupa, R.Ph. graduated from Purdue University and he has been practicing pharmacy for over 60 years. He loves cats and model trains.

Rana Weerasooriya graduated from University of Florida, College of Pharmacy with a Doctor of Pharmacy degree in 2000. She has been a Venice resident for 20 years.

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  • Compounding medications for humans and animals
  • Free home delivery to Osprey, Nokomis and Venice
  • Free Pill Reminder services

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