• Durable Medical Equipment

    Durable Medical Equipment

    Our pharmacy offers an extensive variety of medical equipment and supplies

  • Delivery

    Delivery

    Our pharmacy is proud to offer delivery service for your convenience

A steward of the health of Worthington

  • Pharmacy is both a science and a service.
  • As a science, pharmacy is a vital part of caring for our overall health. Its practitioners take a lifetime vow of service to others.
  • As a service, a pharmacy is a community hub, a place where medicine, and knowledge, and care are dispensed.
  • At O’Reilly Family Pharmacy, it is our desire to live out both definitions to their fullest. And we believe these three words make us who we are.
  • O’Reilly
  • As a doctor of pharmacy, owner Aimee O’Reilly, Pharm.D., received her medical training at Ohio Northern. But her belief in helping those in her community has been shaped by a lifetime of serving others.
  • Family
  • As an independent pharmacy, we believe we can better meet the needs of the families we serve by being a part of the fabric of Worthington, the community we have made our family home.
  • Pharmacy
  • We aspire to be a place of healing that is built on relationships, where we know you and your needs, and where you know us, and trust us with your family’s health.
  • We are O’Reilly Family Pharmacy. And we exist to help care for the health of Worthington and her families.
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Meet Your Pharmacist

Aimee O'Reilly received her doctorate in pharmacy from Ohio Northern University. She is dedicated to serving patients in the Worthington, OH. Her favorite part about being a pharmacist is helping patients understand their medications.

A Few Reviews From Our Valued Customers:

  • "Very friendly and fast service. I always try to support local if I can, and O'Reilly Family Pharmacy is definitely worth it. I can't say for certain, but the prices don't seem to vary much from larger chains."
  • "The pharmacist, Aimee, is so kind! She goes out of her way to ensure that your needs are met."
  • "Best setting for an extremely valuable pharmacist-patient relationship!"

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