A Lewis Drug location in Sioux Falls, SD, on Monday, May 7, 2018, made possible the screening of approximately 170 patients for skin cancer.
As part of a far-reaching partnership, a Lewis Drug location in Sioux Falls will host free skin cancer screenings. The program coincides with May’s designation as Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month
A new report on the community engagement activities of NACDS chain member companies aims to advance discussions on ways chains and suppliers can collaborate to help address society’s needs.
NACDS Advances Community Engagement Conversation New report quantifies 2017 NACDS chain-member giving of $630 million and 1.5 million volunteer hours -- Top three focus areas in 2017: access to affordable medicines and vaccines; preventing diabetes and promoting healthy meals; preventing opioid abuse
A new report quantifies 2017 NACDS chain-member giving of $630 million and 1.5 million volunteer hours. The top three focus areas in 2017 were: access to affordable medicines and vaccines; preventing diabetes and promoting healthy meals; and preventing opioid abuse.
Proactive Approach to Change on Display at NACDS Annual Meeting NACDS leadership describes continuous transformation of NACDS’ value to members, customers and society; Community engagement report launched
Change – confronting it and creating it – has emerged as a powerful theme of the 2018 NACDS Annual Meeting. That fact was on display throughout Business Program remarks today by members of the NACDS leadership.
NACDS Foundation Sponsors March of Dimes Gourmet Gala Partnership extends year-round on priority public health issues
The Gourmet Gala makes possible research, education, advocacy and programs that “help more moms have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies.”
NACDS Honored for Proactive Workplace Initiatives Two sustainability awards recognize NACDS’ commitment to addressing commuter issues for the staff team and for the community
Two sustainability awards recognize NACDS’ commitment to addressing commuter issues for the staff team and for the community.
At the 2018 NACDS Regional Chain Conference, the NACDS Board member and president and chairman of the Board of Fruth Pharmacy presented on "What can one company do to make an impact on the drug epidemic in the local community?"
Positive Response to Community Drug Rehab Initiative NACDS Board Member Lynne Fruth Engaged in Collaborative Effort
West Virginia's U.S. Senators and community leaders joined Lynne Fruth - Fruth Pharmacy president and NACDS Board member - in launching the Bridge of Hope Fund, which which has generated a highly positive response for its work to empower those recovering from addiction.
NACDS staff members volunteered this week for local nonprofit, the Arlington Food Assistance Center, helping to harvest more than 3,000 pounds of vegetables for grocery distribution to people in the community who are in need.