Dr. Comfort Shoes are now available at Granby Pharmacy 860-653-2517.
One in four Americans will develop foot complications due to their diabetes. Properly fitted shoes are essential for reducing these risks. Dr. Comfort shoes are created from the world's finest leathers and are specifically designed for the diabetic foot. The cost of comfort is priceless. Medicare or your private insurance carrier may cover the costs of Dr. Comfort Footwear. Call today to find out how you or your loved one could be wearing the finest quality diabetic footwear. Call now and receive our beautiful 2014 catalog featuring an abundance of great new styles.
Dr. Comfort Shoes are now available at Granby Pharmacy 860-653-2517.
COMMITMENT TO EXCELLENCE.
Granby Pharmacy is accredited by Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) for compliance with a comprehensive set of standards. ACHC is a third-party accreditation organization that has developed the highest national standards that providers are measured against in order to illustrate their ability to effectively and efficiently deliver quality healthcare products and services to consumers.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN FOR YOU?
Accreditation requires healthcare organizations to demonstrate compliance with specific quality and process standards. By choosing a healthcare provider that has achieved ACHC accreditation, you can take comfort in knowing that you will receive the highest quality of care. If you have any concerns about the product or service that you receive from Granby Pharmacy, you may contact ACHC directly at 855-937-2242
One of our customer's shared a site with me recently and I thought it would be helpful to many of our customers. It is a link to an Alzheimer's Ezine (online magazine). Once you click over to the page, you can sign up for a monthly delivery to your email. The author of the magazine is Catherine Gentile, who has also written a book called The Quiet Roar of a Hummingbird, which is her debut novel and was named as a finalist in the Eric Hoffer Award.
First Coast Wear
The Dewey-Granby Oak, Day Street, Granby, Connecticut 06035
For sale at Granby Pharmacy
3001 Bella + Canvas Unisex Jersey Short-Sleeve T-Shirt – Soft Cream
Small - $18.00
Medium - $18.00
Large - $18.00
Extra Large - $18.00
2XL - $20.00
3XL - $22.00
Other product available online at www.firstcoastwear.com
There is a new smoking cessation program at
South Congregational Church
THURSDAYS. Of MAY
(May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29)
Smoking Cessation: 5:30 - 6:30 in the Gathering Room
An experienced counselor certified in helping people overcome addictions is starting a Smoking Cessation Workshop on Thursday evenings from 5:30-6:30 PM in the church basement.
Must by 18 years or older and possess serious desire to quit cigarette smoking
Please call Marge @(860)-597-3162 to register & walk ins welcome
Free will offerings accepted.
The Connecticut Pharmacists Foundation
The Connecticut Pharmacists Foundation presents the 4th annual Wine-Tasting Reception to benefit the Scholarship Fund and other community focused programs sponsored by the foundation.
Saturday, May 17, 2014
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Lost Acres Vineyard
80 Lost Acres Rd
N. Granby, CT 06060
$45 per person includes wine tasting and appetizers
Enjoy an evening with friends, a variety of wines, musical entertainment, and the opportunity to win a variety of raffle prizes.
Sponsorship Levels Available
$1500 includes 10 guests, a display table, signage at event, and website presence
$1000 includes 8 guests and signage at event
$750 includes 4 guests and signage at event
Bronze Level (for individual sponsorship only)
$500 includes 2 guests and signage at event
To sign up, download the link to the PDF document above. For more information call 860-563-4619
Do you want to live healthier, but don't know where to start? Join our Healthy Living Support Group for nutrition tips, speakers, support from peers, and lots more. Beginning in April, we will be starting another six month session, where we discuss goals, health concerns, nutrition, nutritional supplements, relaxation, exercise and living green. We based our first six month program on Dr. Mark Hyman's Book, The Blood Sugar Solution. Each month the group dynamics was inspiring. We had vibrant interaction from our group and the speakers. Many of our members shared success stories of feeling better, losing weight, sleeping better and improved blood sugar levels.
We hold the meetings in the empty office space, located next door to Granby Pharmacy. It has provided adequate and private space for our group, to display products and resources. This group is open to anyone who may be interested in improving their health and knowledge. During the first session we had a multi-generational group all with different health concerns ranging from allergies, blood sugar, general health, heart, arthritis, and immunity.
Each month, our staff, Jean Keating, Pharm D, Mary Keating, Manager/Owner, and Beth Galloway, Manager, led and organized our meetings. Our speakers included Elizabeth DiMeo, MS, CNS, LDN of Metagenics, Alicia Newton of the Farmington Valley YMCA, Lori Love of Granby Village Health, Linda Pollack of Back In Touch Wellness Center, Ginger Harris of Sustainable Health and Wellness Center, and Sheryl Sheridan, Independent Team Beachbody Coach.
Each month we displayed products relevant to the topic and had sample food recipes. We promoted local events like farmers markets and local businesses that promote health. Our members contributed to our resources, by sharing books, website, etc that worked for them to learn more about health topics.
Please join us on the second Thursday of each month, beginning April 10, 2014 at 1:00 PM. We also send out periodic emails to support the group with recipes, summaries of meetings, and other topics. If you cannot join our group each month, join our email group. We have many resources listed on our website www.granbypharmacy.com. Call Granby Pharmacy 860-653-2517 and ask for Beth, Jean, or Mary for more information. You can also email Beth at email@example.com
Tickets are now available at Granby Pharmacy for Nunsense, presented by the Good Company Theater.
Tickets are $20.00 in advance $22.00 at the door. You can buy them here or online at www.goodcompanytheaterct.org
The show is held at South Congregational Church. 242 Salmon Brook St. Granby, CT
Friday, February 28, 7:30 PM
Saturday, March 1, 7:30 PM
Sunday, March 2, 2:00 PM
Friday, March 7, 7:30 PM
Saturday, March 8, 7:30 PM
Sunday, March 9, 2:00 PM
Thursday, March 13, 7:30 PM
Friday, March 14, 7:30 PM
Saturday, March 15, 7:30 PM
Sunday, March 16, 2:00 PM
Tickets are on sale at Granby Pharmacy and local churches for the first annual
Hungry Hearts Ball
All proceeds benefit The Waste Not, Want Not Community Meal.
February 15, 2014 -
Pilgrim Covenant Church
605 Salmon Brook Street, Granby, CT
7:00-7:30 PM - Ballroom Dance Lessons
7:00-10:30 PM - Dancing, Decadent Desserts and Elegant Mocktails
Break out your finest dancing clothes and glam it up!
Music provided by The Solid Oak Jazz Band
Tickets: Couples $80/Singles $40
And if that's not enough....take part in our Hungry Hearts Auction!
The Hungry Hearts Ball is a collaborative community event hosted by: South Congregational Church, First Church, Valley Brook Community Church, Pilgrim Covenant, East Granby Congregational and First Church, Hartland.
For more details call (860)653-7289
We are stocking a new product called
Exert Smart Body Coolant
The once a day spray that helps keep you cool and dry.
Exert is made of PCM (Phase Change Material) and high thermal conductivity materials (moves heat rapidly) which creates a fast acting smart body coolant that recharges. Exert gets sprayed once on the body and activates only when there is a skin temperature spike. Exert doesn't feel cold when applied but instead works by drawing heat away from the body only when the body needs it. When skin temperature rises, Exert activates and cools the skin by 2 to 6 degrees. When body temperature drops to normal, Exert recharges and is ready to cool again without the need to reapply.
Whether it's menopause, hot flashes, stress, medication, anxiety environment, excessive sweating, or physical exertion, Exert helps regulate skin temperature.