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<p>Every pharmacy is unique, and this is particularly true at Lopez Island Pharmacy, located on Lopez Island, the third largest of the San Juan Islands west of Bellingham, Wash. Pharmacy owner Rick McCoy and his wife Marge moved to Lopez Island from Denver in 1994 and have shaped the clinical offerings to fill the void of the island’s small medical clinic. When a full-time nurse practitioner scaled back her hours, Island Hospital in Anacortes, Wash., had trouble replacing her because of the limitations of island life. With a solo full-time&nbsp;physician&nbsp;trying to cover all the office visits, McCoy said minor ailments were falling through the cracks. <a href=”http://www.lopezislandpharmacy.com/minor-emergencies-that-we-can-help-with/”>It was the right time to develop a collaborative drug&nbsp;therapy agreement (CDTA).</a></p>
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