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Low- to No-Cost Medication Available in Memphis


Memphis pharmacist Phil Baker believes that people, with or without insurance, often pay too much for prescription medication. So, Baker’s good deed is opening a nonprofit pharmacy, the Good Shepherd, focused on making medicine affordable.

Here’s how it works: Baker’s pharmacy provides a free check of your medications to see if he can cut your costs by enrolling you in his program, which includes more than 350 medications. The best part? If he can’t help, he’ll direct you to someone who can.

For Baker, Good Shepherd is more than a pharmacy; It’s a mission. Learn more at www.goodshephealth.com.

Renee Malone, Publisher

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