DeliveryWe deliver within a 3 mile radius of the store.
Delivery is free with a minimum $20 purchase.
We make deliveries during the afternoon on Monday through Friday.
Deliveries are not available on weekends or holidays.
Requests for same day delivery must be made before 11 AM.
We will make one attempt to deliver per your request.
Some deliveries require your signature.
If you are not home to receive the delivery, we will bring the merchandise back to the store so that you may pick it up.
Please call with questions.
Ephrata, PA 17522
Phone - 717-733-1215
Fax - 717-733-9109
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|Mon.||9:00AM to 7:00PM|
|Tue.||9:00AM to 7:00PM|
|Wed.||9:00AM to 7:00PM|
|Thurs.||9:00AM to 7:00PM|
|Fri.||9:00AM to 7:00PM|
|Sat.||9:00AM to 2:00PM|
Cory graduated from Warwick High School and Temple University School of Pharmacy. He has worked in community pharmacy since he turned 14 starting out as a stock boy at the old Benner's Pharmacy in Lititz. He continued there throughout high school and college. A short time later he took a job with Weis Pharmacies where he moved up the ranks eventually serving as a regional pharmacy supervisor. After over 14 years with Weis, in 2002 Cory came to Royer Pharmacy to open the Sharp Avenue store. The move was a perfect fit as Cory's knowledge of pharmacy and philosophy of customer service meshed well with that of the Sherman Family. He enjoys assisting his patients in a timely and efficient manner and has a loyal customer following. There are quite a few patients that have been getting their prescriptions filled with Cory since his days at Benner's. Cory is also certified to administer all adult vaccinations. He is proud of his staff of technicians who are both friendly and knowledgeable. Stop in and say hello.
Regina Horning graduated from Ephrata High School. After attending PSU-Berks campus as an undergraduate, she went on to earn her PharmD degree from Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine. Regina started working at Royer Pharmacy as a technician in eleventh grade and continued to do so for seven years. When she became licensed as a pharmacist, she began practicing in North Carolina. Recently, Regina moved back to Pennsylvania and rejoined the Royer staff as a pharmacist. Regina loves working at Royer Pharmacy where she knows many of her patients, and has many opportunities to help them with their healthcare. Being a pharmacist is very rewarding for her, because she enjoys having a positive impact on her patients' lives. In her free time she likes to wakeboard, snowboard, and travel with her husband.