Honesdale, PA:  570-253-7700


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Sue Lavin
Heather Stephens
Wayne Stephens
George Turturiello
Wayne Stephens Sr.
Todd Kinzinger
Ed Lavin
Tom Osbourne
Todd Stephens

Our Certified Professionals

Todd Kinzinger
George Turturiello
Todd Stephens


Certified Respiratory Therapist; Certified Environmental Access Consultant
Mobility Specialist; Assistive Technology Professional
Certified Environmental Access Consultant


Stephens Pharmacy Pharmacist Staff

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Services & Service Area

Trusted Resource Stephens Pharmacy is an independent community pharmacy and a local resource that you and your family can trust.  As part of the Good Neighbor Pharmacy network, we provide competitive pricing without sacrificing the highly personalized care that has become the hallmark of our family-run business.  Your health is our only business. 

Services

  • Accept most insurances
  • Free delivery to homebound customers
  • Medication packaging
  • Compounding customized medications

Service Area Stephens Pharmacy provides complete coverage in Wayne and Pike Counties in addition to parts of Lackawanna, Susquehanna, Monroe and Sullivan County in NY.

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Our Pharmacists

History

In 1992 a local businessman saw a need for a medical equipment company in our community. It was then the late Wayne W. Stephens and his wife Judy established Northeast Med-Equip. The small company began with only three employees and operated from the Hippensteel building, formerly on Eighth St. in Honesdale. Through the years the business has grown but the commitment to quality care remains the same. Today two of the original three employees, Tina Smith Augello and Todd Kinzinger, help to lead the team of 42 associates. In 2001 the business relocated to its present location, 1101 Main St. with the addition of Stephens Pharmacy, a full service retail pharmacy along with Northeast Med-Equip Long Term Care Pharmacy. In 2006 Stephens Pharmacy opened a second location in Hawley, inside the Hawley Market IGA on Main Ave.  The move was not only an expansion of the business but an opportunity to meet the needs of the local community.