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    (Flu, Pneumonia, Shingles, Tetanus, Hepatitis B)



    (refilling multiple medications at same time eliminating unnecessary trips to  pharmacy)






Our pharmacists are here for you and we want to make sure you completely understand how to properly take and store your medication. If you have any questions about the proper way to take or store your prescription, please do not hesitate to ask. Our friendly pharmacy staff is always available to answer your questions and assist you in any way possible. Our pharmacists and staff care about you and your family’s health care needs.

Jay Watts

Pharmacist - Owner

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Jay Watts is a 1985 graduate of the University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy.

Jay has owned and operated Aiken Compounding Pharmacy founded in 2003, Family Pharmacy in South Aiken founded in 2009, and Family Pharmacy on Newberry Street founded in 1986.

He has been voted Aiken Standard’s Best of the Best Pharmacist several years in a row. His areas of cognizance and passion include traditional pharmacy as well as Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement Therapy, Iontophoresis & Phonophoresis compounding, Veterinary Compounding, Pain Management, and Hospice Care. He is certified in general and advanced prescription compounding as well as general and advanced veterinary compounding. Jay has been a Fellow of the American College of Apothecaries since 1999 and served as the President from 2012 to 2013. He is also a Fellow of the American College of Veterinary Pharmacists and serves on the board of directors. Jay is a lifetime member of the National Community Pharmacists Association, a member of the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists, and a member of the South Carolina Pharmacists Association. Jay and his wife, Sherrie, are proud parents of 4 adult children and 2 precious granddaughters, Alex and Charley Rose. In his free time, Jay enjoys traveling, photography, and working in his yard. He attends Cedar Creek Church in Aiken.

Brandi Johnson


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Brandi Johnson graduated from the University of South Carolina with her doctorate in pharmacy in May of 2009.

She has worked in the family owned pharmacy since she was in high school and opened the Price Avenue location with her Father in 2009. Brandi specializes in traditional pharmacy as well as compounding. She has a particular interest in helping patients with smoking cessation and maintaining healthy lifestyles. Brandi enjoys running and cooking in her time away from the pharmacy. She is married and has two beautiful daughters, Alexandria and Charlie Rose.

Tracie Mims


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Tracie Mims graduated from University of South Carolina College of Pharmacy in 1998 with a PharmD and in 1997 with a BS in Pharmacy.

Tracie has worked the past 13+ years as a Pharmacist at Family Pharmacy and Aiken Compounding Pharmacy. She is Certified in Immunization Delivery and also attended an Advanced Compounding Certification Class at University of Florida.

Bridget Sullivan


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Bridget Loudermilk Sullivan graduated from South University School of Pharmacy with her doctorate in pharmacy in 2014. She is certified in the delivery of immunizations and has also attended an advanced compounding course in Texas. Bridget has been a resident of Aiken her whole life and in her free time she enjoys spending time with her 2 small boys and husband.

Our Price Avenue Staff:

Our Newberry Street Staff:


Compounding is the magic that happens behind the counter at Family Pharmacy. This is where the creativity and expertise of your Family Pharmacists, Family Pharmacy staff and physicians really shines. No two patients are the same and no two people react exactly the same way to the same medication. At Family Pharmacy you and your prescription are treated according to your unique needs.

As an independent pharmacy, we have the flexibility to fill compound prescription needs quickly with next-day shipping, quick service, and excellent products. All our medications compounded by DexRx are prepared at the direction of a physician – some are commonly prescribed and others are designed to treat particular disease states.

Click the button below to visit Aiken’s Compounding Pharmacy for more information on specific compounded medications and their use.

We Do the Following Kinds of Compounding:

  • Female bio-identical hormone replacement  (estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, DHEA)

  • Male bio-identical hormone replacement  (testosterone)

  • pediatric compounding

  • dental compounding

  • podiatry compounding

  • topical pain management compounding

  • dermatology compounding

  • hospice compounding

  • veterinary compounding

  • gastroenterology compounding

  • sports medicine compounding

  • iontophoresis solutions

Benefits of Compounded Prescriptions

The benefits of compounded prescription medications are wide and varied:

  • Compounded medications are ideally suited to sports medicine and physical therapy scenarios where musculoskeletal pain due to inflammation is a problem, but injections are difficult.
  • Compounded pain medications can often prevent the problems of drowsiness, dizziness, and stomach discomfort, which are just a few of the side effects associated with standard pain medications.
  • Custom-compounded medications are vital to a successful veterinary practice where hard-to-find medications or uniquely formulated compounds are needed to ensure easier delivery and patient’s compliance with drug regimens.
  • Compounded customized hormone therapies are a viable alternative for patients who would prefer to avoid conventional hormone replacement medications.
  • Compounded medications can be formulated into alternative delivery forms, such as topical gels, creams, or nasal sprays, giving the health care professional and the patient a wider range of delivery options.
  • Compounded prescriptions are a unique way to deliver medications to patients who are otherwise resistant to traditional forms of medications, such as a lollipop for oral sedation for children.
  • Patient allergies and sensitivities that occur with commercially available drugs can be overcome with compounded prescriptions that are preservative, dye, and lactose-free for example.
  • Discontinued medications or those that big pharmaceutical companies have stopped making for lack of profit, can be recreated to match the chemical form – especially when a patient experiences better response to a particular medication.