Brad Ashby, pharmacist at Hospital Street Pharmacy, said they’ve wanted to move for a while, as they’re running out of room and parking space. But he said there will be no personnel changes, no changes to the level of service and no changes the prescriptions offered, although some of the merchandise may change.
“We’ll have more room in our parking lot, with spaces for golf carts,” said Ashby. “There’ll even be space for the PACS [Pennyrile Area Community Services] bus.”
The drug store has been on Hospital Street, next to Trigg County Hospital, for more than three decades. Ashby said they’re shooting for a move date in mid-April.