When a child’s health is improved, everyone in the house is happier. That’s why Lea Wolsoncroft and KidsMeds Pharmacy are there to help.
“Kids are not little adults, they have very unique needs,” Wolsoncroft said. “Medication is not a one size fits all when it comes to children.”
She opened her pediatric pharmacy, which specializes in family health, on Aug. 13, 2002. KidsMeds can compound medication into a liquid form or a suppository for patients who cannot take commercial medications. They can also compound medications for reflux and other tummy disorders and numbing lollipops for tonsils, mouth ulcers or hand/foot/mouth.
Wolsoncroft graduated from the McWhorter School of Pharmacy at Samford University. She and her husband, Tom, live in Hoover with their two children. She stays active at Riverchase United Methodist Church and currently serves as the second vice president of the National Community Pharmacists Association.
824-0775 • kidsmedspharmacy.com
1936 Old Orchard Road
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