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Get treated for Strep and Flu without leaving your couch!

We are excited to announce that we now carry Physician 360 test kits, which can test you for Strep, Flu, urinary tract infections (UTI) and Anemia!

All you do is swab your nose or throat depending on which test you take (Strep or Flu), wait 5 minutes for the results, video chat with an on-call Physician 360 doctor and Ulmer Family Pharmacy will fill the prescription medications immediately. Check out the video here.

Don’t wait for an appointment with your family doctor and risk catching a worse illness waiting in the office during cold and flu season, and don’t spend a lot of money at urgent care! Come to Ulmer Family Pharmacy to pick up a kit today!

The test kits are only $49.95, physician consult included!

We look forward to taking great care of you!

  • Best,
  • The Ulmer Family Pharmacy Team
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Meet Your Pharmacist

Dr. Cathy Ulmer received her doctorate in pharmacy from MUSC College of Pharmacy. She has dedicated the majority of her career to serving patients in Sun City, Bluffton, Okatie, Hospice, and Long Term Care Facilities.

Specialized Services:

  • Compounding
  • Vaccinations
  • Medication Adherence
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