Horst PharmacyCo-payments are the same, no matter where prescriptions are filled. 

Average waiting time for prescriptions is 5 to 10 minutes.

Toll Free Number
800.640.5940

Telephone
573.243.8173

Fax Number
573.243.8174

Address
2705 East Jackson Blvd.
Jackson, MO 63755

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Mission Statement:

Horst Pharmacy is dedicated to providing the very best care to its customers through exemplary, efficient services and the highest quality, most effective products.
Store Hours


Monday – Friday

9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Saturday
9 a.m. - 1 p.m


         
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Staff
   
Staff

Steve Horst
Owner and chief pharmacist, is a member of many professional organizations, including: National Association of Community Pharmacy, past president of Missouri Pharmacy Association, Cape Girardeau County Pharmaceutical Association, Professional Compounding Centers of America, and International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists. These organizations provide information on ways to improve pharmaceutical care, which ultimately translates to better care for you and your family. He is also a member of the Jackson Chamber of Commerce, Southeast Missouri Medical Board and Jackson Rotary Club.

 



   

Mark Horst
Mark Horst graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1977 with a bachelor of science in pharmacy. He then practiced pharmacy at Brockett's in Jackson, Missouri for two years. Mark decided to go back to graduate school at the University of Oklahoma where he earned a Doctorate in Pharmaceutical Sciences. Upon graduation from the OUHSC, Dr. Horst went on to research pharmacology at Vanderbilt University Medical School for two-and-a-half years. Mark moved to Farmington, Missouri and began working at Southeast Missouri Mental Health Center for 22 years where he was a staff pharmacist. He worked closely with psychiatric patients determining appropriate pharmaceutical therapies, Mark also taught nursing students actions and side affects of psychiatric medications.

Steve Horst was glad to invite his brother, Mark to work with him in 2009. Mark is now in charge of compounding medications to meet the unique needs of our patients!



   
Staff Kristen Sanders
Kristen serves as a pharmacy technician. She graduated from Metro Business College in 2006, with an associates of applied science degree, as a business and computer specialist. She has worked at Horst Pharmacy for three years. She is currently in charge of the Quality Assurance program.

   
Jessica Drum
Jessica Drum is a compounding technician. Jessica has completed the pharmacy technician training program, where she learned background information regarding prescription medications, and processing. She assists Steve in compounding medications tailored to meet the individual needs of specific patients! She is also in charge of the entering, and extracting drug information in 'The Compounder' data software. Jessica is also a certified nurse's assistant, in her free time she enjoys spending time outdoors.

   
Ashley Humphrey
Ashley is a pharmacy technician here at Horst. She is currently enrolled at SE Health College of Nursing and Applied Sciences. In her downtime, you will find Ashley on the ball field or volleyball court.

   
Brandi Meyr
Brandi is the pharmacy educator here and hopes to inform the community of the new and exciting things going on in the compounding lab. Brandi graduated from Arizona State University with a BS in Family & Human Development, but went on a different track and joined her husband in a business called Relax The Back. They learned the ins and outs of running a retail franchise before finally settling in Jackson.

 

Frequently Asked Questions
When an individual is unable to take or use a commercial medicine, costly problems may occur - such as avoidable physician and emergency room visits, hospital admissions, and lost time from school or work. We reduce this waste and improve our patients' quality of life by compounding prescriptions - making medicines into forms that people can use. We help doctors solve these problems:

  • Dose Unavailable
    A powerful medicine may be available only in 25 mg and 50 mg capsules. Yet, a doctor may find that the best dose is 40 mg. We can prepare a dosage form that will contain exactly this amount. The patient doesn't have to take too much medicine, which is wasteful and could cause adverse effects, or too little medicine, which could be ineffective.

  • Dosage Form Unavailable
    Medicines often are available only in tablets or capsules. But infants and individuals who have difficulty swallowing may need a liquid, suppository, or other dosage form. We can compound these dosage forms to contain the medicines people need.

  • Medicine Unavailable
    Pharmaceutical companies may stop making products for which there is limited demand. A limited demand is likely to occur when a newer medicine comes into the market. However, some patients may respond better to the discontinued medicine than to its newer counterpart. If we can obtain the medicine in its chemical form, we can compound the discontinued medication.

Why shop at Horst Pharmacy?

  • Best customer service in the area (ask any of our customers)
  • No long waiting (5 to 10 minutes average)
  • Medicare billing
  • Freedom Prescription Plan®
  • Workmen's Compensation
  • Full line of Diabetic supplies (medications and skin care products)
  • Virtually all health plans accepted
  • Telephones are always answered personally, never by a recording

Our full-service drug store is locally owned and operated, and has successfully served our community for 27 years. Following are just a few of the services we provide:

  • Experienced pharmacists available for personal consultations
  • Computerized prescription records
  • Home health equipment and supplies
  • Convenient location and hours

We are now able to bill Medicare on-line for your diabetic supplies and inhalation therapy, including Albuterol and AtroventTM

We Accept Virtually All Insurance Plans


Co-payments are the same, no matter where prescriptions are filled.

Average waiting time for prescriptions is 5 to 10 minutes.


 

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A pharmacy that can meet all the medical needs of our patrons
Horst Pharmacy services include...

  • Prescription deliveries to homes, nursing homes and offices
  • Competitive prices
  • Computerized tax and insurance records
  • Major medical claims filed for prescriptions dispensed by our pharmacy
  • Workers' compensation accepted
  • Top quality generics available
  • Private patient counseling
  • Computerized screening for allergies and drug interaction
  • Accept VISA, MasterCard, and Discover
  • Compounding services
  • Medicare/Medicaid billing
  • Wide selection of wound care products: tape, bandages, antibiotics, etc.
  • Medical equipment: walkers, wheelchairs, canes, and commodes

 

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