- Refill Fast
- Wait times less than 10 minutes
- Personalized Care
- When you call, you speak to a person.
When David Nation opened his first pharmacy in 1972, he made a decision not to stock items that would take away from our main focus -- medicines. A large inventory increases the cost of doing business, and that cost is always passed on to customers.
There are other benefits, too. Since our pharmacists aren't tied up showing customers where the greeting cards are, they're able to spend quality time with you
David Nation, RPh, Owner
University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Class of '65
David has been a pharmacist for over 50 years. His experience includes over 3 years in the military as Chief, Pharmacy Service, U.S. Army Hospital, Fort Polk, LA. David opened the first Nation's Medicines location in 1972.
Renee Reyes, RPh
University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Class of '86
Renee has been a pharmacist at Nation's Medicines for 17 years. Renee serves patients primarily at our Carter Road location in Owensboro.
Gabe Hardy, PharmD
University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy Class of '09
Gabe has been a pharmacist at Nation's Medicines for 7 years. As a student, Gabe worked at Nation's Medicines prior to attending the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy. Now, as a PharmD, Dr. Hardy directs the Nation's Medicines Medication Therapy Management initiative. He is the manager of the Burlew Blvd location.
David Smith, RPh
Samford University (McWorter School of Pharmacy), Class of '85
David has been a pharmacist with Nation's Medicines for 8 years and serves patients at our First Avenue location in Evansville.
Kevin Bennett, RPh
Purdue University College of Pharmacy, Class of '94
Kevin has been a pharmacist with Nation's Medicines for 5 years and serves patients at our First Avenue location in Evansville.
Mark Haywood, RPh/Owner
St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Class of '01.
Mark has been a pharmacist for 18 years. In 2003, when Nation's Medicines first opened the Pollack Avenue location, Mark was the pharmacist/manager. In 2019, he returned and assumed ownership of this Evansville location. He now enjoys his reunion with former patients.
Beth Paker, RPh
Butler University College of Pharmacy, Class of '92
Beth has been a pharmacist with Nation's Medicines since October 2019. Beth serves patients at our Pollack Avenue location in Evansville.