MedCheck Program

Managing multiple medications is no easy task. With all the different instructions and potential side effects it’s hard to know if the medications you take on a daily basis are working as well as they should. There is a way to make sure you´re getting the most from your medications. Leon pharmacy has a free Meds Check program that allows you to schedule a 20 to 30 minute one-to-one meeting with the pharmacist to ensure that you are safely and appropriately using all types of medication.


Blister Packaging

If you are taking multiple medications, we love to make your medications simple and convenient. Ask us about how can we help.

We can package your prescriptions and over-the-counter medications by day and time so that you know exactly what to take and when. This ensures you are taking the right medications EVERY TIME. Using blister packs has been shown to greatly reduce medication errors by eliminating the confusion that surrounds questions such as when, how many, and at what time to take your medications.


Diabetes Advice and Meter Training

Our professional pharmacists can help with advice on blood sugar optimization, provide medication reviews and work with you in the prevention of diabetes related complications. We coach you on your lifestyle goals. Our Pharmacists make sure you have the information to make the right choices. The health professional who keeps a watchful eye on your medication and numbers.

Free Counseling and Consultation

If you have any questions regarding your health, your pharmacist is often the first and most accessible health care professional you can visit in your community. Not only are pharmacists medication experts, but they are also knowledgeable in the areas of disease prevention, nutrition, fitness, and general health and wellness. Our pharmacists will work with you to make sure that you and your loved ones are at ease and have a complete understanding of their medications.

Medication Compounding

At our Pharmacy, we understand that not all patients can take commercially available medications. For that reason, our specialized compounding team can compound various medications to treat multiple conditions, including but not limited to; migraine headache, hemorrhoids, neuropathic pain, arthritic pain and many others. Pharmacy compounding is the art and science of preparing customized medications for patients. Within the last two decades, compounding has experienced a resurgence as modern technology and innovative techniques and research have allowed more pharmacists to customize medications to meet specific patient needs. With a physician’s consent, a compounding pharmacist can change the strength of a medication, alter its form to make it easier for the patient to ingest, or add flavor to make it more palatable. For those patients who are having a hard time swallowing a capsule, a compounding pharmacist can make a liquid suspension instead.

Free Prescriptions Delivery

Can’t Come To Us?  We’ll Come to You!

We would love to see you in our store but we understand access to transportation or getting to the pharmacy can be difficult. We want to make sure that you have access to your medications at the times where you can’t make it to the pharmacy and that is why we will deliver your medications to your front door.

Home HealthCare

Home Health Care When maintaining your independence is your top priority, let us help! Our specialists have the advice and products you need to keep you active, independent, and safe in the comfort of your own home!


Health Care

Ask us about health clinics to discuss your medication or clinical needs with us

  • Get your A1C Test done on the spot
  • Discuss your results and diabetes management plan with your Healthcare Professional
  • Discuss how blood glucose testing fits into your plan

Safe Medication Disposal Program

Have some unused or expired medication? We can safely dispose it for you.

Medications Return Program – Safe disposal of expired or unused medications, creams, and inhalers

Sharps Disposal Program – Safe disposal of syringes, pen needles, lancets, insulin pump infusion supplies, and test strips