Columbia Main Street Renovation with Joe Pinner

This first installment of ?Did You Know? with host Joe Pinner, takes a look at the history of 1626 Main Street in downtown Columbia. The history includes the original organization that built the building in 1907 and some of the well-known tenants that called 1626 Main Street home for the last 108 years.


The most recent renovation by Agapé Senior has transformed the space into a retail pharmacy and high-tech internal pharmacy on the ground and mezzanine level. The balance of the building has been turned into office space for about 100 management personnel.


The new pharmacy serves the needs of senior clients throughout South Carolina as a distribution center and also functions as a retail pharmacy for downtown residents and workers.


Daniel Bundrick, Vice President of Pharmacy Services at Agapé Senior talks about how technology has transformed pharmacy services within Agapé Senior. The new technology called the Talyst Central Fill System is revolutionizing the way medications are dispensed and distributed and Agapé is pioneering the implementation in the state. The Auto-Fill System eliminates waste, improves efficiency, improves accuracy and allows nursing staff and caregivers to spend more time caring for patients by streamlining medication management

Posted by Joe B. Nester on February 11, 2015 at 11:09 AM 876 Views

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