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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. My mom was 6 months pregnant with me when he came home and said, “Hey, I’m going to quit my job and open this pharmacy.”

I love the possibility of helping people everyday and what I can do for them. We’ll take our time and call the doctor for prescription refills and prior authorization. If their co-pay is high, they will know about it before they come to the store. If they are out of refills, need a new prescription, or even if we’re out of the medication, we’re going to call them and let them know before they make it to the store. You’re not going to wait days for your prescription. You’re going to get it that day. If there is any kind of issue, you’re going to know about it before you get to the store. Anytime you can shop local and buy from the small guy rather than the Big Box, you’re putting it back into this community, not sending it out to wherever their headquarters are. Our headquarters are here in Central Louisiana.

I like working in a small town and having a small business, because you get to know your customers. You know what’s happening in their lives, know what they like to do, and know all about their kids; we had a customer in Ball who came in and even showed us her prom dress before she left. You really get ingrained in their day to day lives. You just take one customer and patient at a time and do what you can to make their lives better and easier.

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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 Compounded Cream

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

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.