• Medication Therapy Management

    Medication Therapy Management

    We're here to answer all your questions about medications

  • Compounding


    Custom medications to suit all of your unique needs

  • Immunizations


    Stay healthy with our full line of immunizations



  • Monday – Friday 10am-5pm
  • Saturday 10am-1pm
  • Patients may pick up prescriptions or drop off paper prescriptions at the drive thru.
  • Call ahead with your order and credit card information. We will continue to accept cash and check.
  • Pharmacy staff will call you when your order is ready to pick up.


  • Deliveries are reserved for our senior patients and high-risk populations.
  • Deliveries are made Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.
  • Pharmacy staff will call you to set up delivery. You must be home to receive delivery.


  • Access to the pharmacy is limited. We care for all our patients very much and we want you to be safe. You put yourself at risk by waiting for your prescription inside the pharmacy.
  • Immunizations by appointment only.


  • New prescriptions will be filled the same day.
  • We need extra time to call doctors, order medicines from our wholesalers before cut-off times, and sanitize the pharmacy between patient encounters. We appreciate your patience.
  • You will see new faces at the pharmacy or hear new voices on the phone. We have added more staff to meet the needs of our patients. Please be patient as they learn their new jobs. They look forward to getting to know all of you.
  • Pharmacy hours Monday – Friday 10am -5pm, Saturday 10am-1pm, & closed on Sundays & Holidays.

    Save time and order your refill on our app or online on our website www.endlessmtrx.com

  • We greatly appreciate your patience and understanding as we implement these changes to protect your health as well as the health of our staff.

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Meet Your Pharmacist

Dr. William Scott Wagner graduated from Temple University with a BS in Pharmacy, then went on to get his Doctorate in Pharmacy at Shenandoah University. After graduating he opened Endless Mountains Pharmacy in 2002 and has been serving the community ever since.

Specialized Services:

  • Compounding
  • Vaccinations
  • Medication Therapy Management

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