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Meet Your Pharmacist

Kim Wright received her Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy from Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia in 1997. Her career in community pharmacy began at the age of sixteen as a clerk at Powhatan Pharmacy where she later worked as a staff pharmacist for ten years before opening Cumberland Pharmacy with Scott Gregg. Kim is married to Allan Wright and they have two daughters who are very active in sports and music. It has been her greatest joy to serve the wonderful people of Cumberland and surrounding counties and she looks forward to many years serving this community.

Specialized Services:

  • Medication Therapy Management
  • Immunizations
  • Medication Synchronization

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