Insurance Changes at Ray’s Pharmacy
We have recently had to make some changes to a few of the insurance providers that are accepted at Ray’s Pharmacy which include both Tricare
Mastectomy at Ray’s Pharmacy
I’m passionate about being a mastectomy fitter, because I know through my journey how I was, and how I was lost.
COVID-19 Info and Resources
cOVID-19 Vaccine Sign-Up Ray’s Pharmacy is currently administering Pfizer and Moderna Covid 19 vaccines and boosters on Wednesdays and Thursdays AT NO COST. We encourage scheduling
Immunizations at Ray’s Pharmacy
We do lots of flu shots during cold and flu season, of course. We do immunizations for 7 and older, which we’re allowed to do in Louisiana without a prescription.
Prescription Compounding – Cream
Strattera is a pill that can’t be cut or crushed, so with Anna’s diagnosis of Lissencephaly, that affects her mental and physical capabilities. She can’t swallow so the only alternative was to see if we could compound her prescription.
Compounded Medication for Disabled Children
My name is Donna Gayle Rogers, and I have a daughter named Anna Rogers who has special needs. She was diagnosed with Lissencephaly at birth, which presents a lot of physical and mental challenges.
Helping Our Patients
My name is Glynda Fuselier, and I am a pharmacist at Ray’s Pharmacy on Versailles in Alexandria, Louisiana. I love the people that I work with, and also our customers.
Support a Local Pharmacy
My name is Rachel LaCroix, and I am the manager and vice president of the company. My dad, in 1982, decided he wanted to buy a local pharmacy.
What are Nebulizers?
If you have Asthma or Bronchitis, nebulizers will help you breathe more easily. Nebulizers are used mostly by infants and children but by the elderly as well.
What is Compounding?
Compounding is like cooking from scratch. You take individual chemicals and make a product for the patient that is not commercially available.
Compounding used when a medication in a particular form is not commercially available. We provide an option for certain patients, whether it is cancer, or a small child who has problems such as Down’s syndrome or the inability to swallow tablets.
Protect Yourself This Flu Season
The CDC recommends that you get a flu vaccine by the end of October. Flu season usually starts in October and can sometimes last until May. A flu shot is recommended for all people aged 6 months and older. Getting an annual flu vaccine is the best way to prevent the flu.