With over 50 years of experience as a pharmacist, there are not many questions about medications, or anything else for that matter, that Gerald can't answer. Gerald is a Moultrie native but has called Calhoun home for the past 36 years. Gerald is a graduate of Mercer College of Pharmacy.
When he is not running our city as the Mayor, Jimmy is here to share his expertise and experience with our customers. Jimmy is a hometown native and second generation pharmacist; his beloved father being Farrell Palmer, founder of Palmer Drug. Jimmy graduated from the University of Georgia College of Pharmacy.
Born and raised in Calhoun, Will is happy to be serving the Gordon County community. He received his Doctorate in Pharmacy from the Medical University of South Carolina.
Debbie is a customer service and pharmacy systems expert. She has been an active member of our community for many years and has a passion for improving the happiness of those around her.
Dana has been a fixture among the local pharmacy scene for many years, despite her young age. Come see why this graduate of Gordon Central High School is a customer favorite.
Connie is responsible for making the highly specialized custom medications that you see being processed in our state of the art laboratory. She has received training in both sterile and non-sterile compounding techniques.
There aren't many problems that are too big for Jacob. He handles everything from delivering medications and supplies to putting up the Christmas tree. Jacob graduated from Calhoun High School and is now enrolled at Dalton State College.
Valeria was voted the most photogenic woman in Georgia by the judges at the Miss Georgia Pageant. However, she is more than just a pretty face and serves as an integral member of the CDC pharmacy team.
Cody is a recent valedictorian and current college student at Dalton State College. He is an expert on all things technological and is a burgeoning medication specialist.
Aracely serves as her class president at Gordon Central high school. She is a fixture on the GC homecoming court and a welcome addition to the CDC pharmacy team.
Ingrid is a student at Gordon Central High School and possesses exceptional customer service abilities. Her omnipresent smile and great attitude make picking up your prescriptions a real pleasure.