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Meet Your Pharmacists

Oana received her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from St. John’s University in Queens, New York, and has devoted her career to continuously learn and grow as a healthcare provider in the service of the community. Oana is always there for her patients with in-depth advice and counseling, always eager to help her patients achieve a better quality of life through the use of traditional and complimentary medicines. In her role as supervising pharmacist, Oana ensures that all our customers and patients are treated with the kindness, support and respect they deserve as individuals, and creates a welcoming and warm environment for everyone who visits our pharmacy.

Victor grew up in Port Chester, NY and graduated from Port Chester High School in 1993. He attained his Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. Victor worked for the beloved Finch’s Pharmacy in Rye Brook, first as a pharmacy intern and then a pharmacist after receiving his degree. Victor went to work for CVS right after Finch’s closed. Victor is certified to administer vaccinations. As a pharmacist for Rye Ridge Pharmacy Victor will be able to go out of his way to meet the needs of our patients. Victor is eager to be able to serve the community again helping them to better understand their medications.

Both pharmacists are also fluent in Spanish.

Testimonials

"Oana and her team at Rye Ridge Pharmacy made it so easy to transfer my prescriptions. They did all the work, I didn’t have to lift a finger or worry about anything."

"You are so much more than just a pharmacy!"

"Oana, the Supervising Pharmacist, went out of her way to locate a hard-to-get medication for my son!"

"I recently moved to the area and found this wonderful place! The staff is friendly and helpful. Victor, the pharmacist that took care of me was professional, fast and courteous. Rye Ridge Pharmacy will be my pharmacy from now on."

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