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Dial Drugs

Our Experience with Long Term Care

According to the latest research, at least 70% of people over the age of 65 will need long term care services at some point in their life. Medications are an important part of that ongoing treatment, and patients who are aging, chronically ill or disabled—as well as the facilities that treat them—rely on pharmacy professionals who understand complex medical conditions to fulfill those needs.

At Dial Drugs Specialty Pharmacy, we provide pharmacy services patients and care centers can depend on. We have specialized in long-term care since 1987, and have serviced numerous assisted living facilities, nursing homes, adult foster care homes and group homes throughout Westland and Metro Detroit. And each month, countless patients entrust our skilled pharmacy professionals to fulfill their prescriptions and pharmacy service needs. We understand how important long-term care medications are, and work hard to provide consistent, affordable service to patients and treatment centers alike.

“Polite, efficient and wonderful. Dial Drugs is the picture of home-town healthcare. The pharmacists are helpful and take time to explain the medication and even call to check in later!” Nancy B.

Patients

Patients

As a compounding pharmacy, Dial Drugs is dedicated to establishing and maintaining the patient-practitioner-pharmacist triad relationship.

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Bubble Packaging

Bubble Packaging

Dial Drugs has a simple and effective solution for your staff, Bubble Packaged Medications! No more worrying about missed doses or times. No more juggling all those prescription bottles.

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Medication Delivery

Medication Delivery

What if you could have your daily prescriptions delivered right to your door? With Dial Drug Specialty Pharmacy, now you can.

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CareSuite by Quickmar

Quickmar Caresuite

Designed by senior living professionals who understand your important mission, Caresuite is easy for your staff to learn and use.

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