Founded in 1867, Duncansville Pharmacy has a tradition of providing modern medicines as well as products and services not often found in today’s scientific world.
Ron Dick, owner of Duncansville Pharmacy for the past two decades, became interested in natural remedies in the 1980s while pursuing his Registered Pharmacist degree at the University of Toledo. He was introduced to studies on products created by Mother Nature and discovered how effective they can be. Their numerous uses have been passed down through generations, and many of these products are still available as remedies today.
Ron’s philosophy of blending the old with the new has kept Duncansville Pharmacy on the cutting edge of modern pharmaceutics. Toward this end, Duncansville Pharmacy offers many “old-time remedies” that are hard to find anywhere else.
Explore our store shelves or our online store to see what we offer. If you do not see the product you are looking for, please call us at 814-695-8065, fill out our Contact Us form, or email us your request at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ll do our best to fulfill your request.
Our entire staff thanks you for being a Duncansville Pharmacy customer and looks forward to keeping you in good health.
Swan Creek candles, Willow Tree figures, Lang Calendars, Jim Shore Collectibles, and other fine gifts
A wide variety of over-the-counter products and homeopathic remedies
A complete line of vitamins and herbal remedies
Diabetic supplies, including glucometers, strips, and lancets
Walkers, canes, toilet seat risers, shower seats, and other durable medical equipment
Gift, Greeting Cards, Sony PictureStation Photo Printer & Seasonal items
For even more convenience, everything we sell is available for local delivery. Our online refill service and drive-thru window also make picking up a breeze. Stop in today to see why we’ve been a Duncansville favorite for a century and a half, or visit our online catalog to place your secure order. We’re constantly innovating to ensure we’ll be Duncansville’s pharmacy of choice for at least another 150 years.