Clinic Dispensing

McKesson and PSS World Medical

Please forgive me for a direct commercial!  We have received numerous calls from PSS World Medical customers who are not happy with the changes they are beginning to see from McKesson's acquisition of PSS.  Though I am not familiar with specific formulary or policy changes, I do know there are numerous clinics that are not happy with the changes.  So, if you are a dispensing physician or manage a clinic that offers medication dispensing and currently purchase your prepackaged pharmaceuticals from PSS World Medical, please feel free to call Northwind Pharmaceuticals at 800.722.0772 or email us at!  We are happy to talk to you about office medication dispensing, medication tracking software, injectable drugs, medical clinic supplies or any aspect of your current supplier relationship with which you are not satisfied.

Some aspects of Northwind's value proposition include:

  • Quick shipment of orders
  • Aggressive pricing
  • Responsiveness
  • RxTracker – clinic dispensing software
  • Broad formulary
  • No minimum orders
  • Personal service

Thank you for allowing me a moment of self-promotion!  We look forward to talking to everyone soon!

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