UPMC acquires community pharmacy in Pittsburgh

UPMC has acquired Duquesne University's community pharmacy in Pittsburgh, according to the online news site Trib Live

The pharmacy will remain open at its current location and will be rebranded as UPMC Community Pharmacy.  It was sold to Rx Partners, a fully owned subsidiary of UPMC.

The pharmacy will continue to serve area residents and will remain a teaching facility for Duquesne University students and pharmacy residents. It offers prescription fills, chronic disease management, medication reviews, diabetes consultations and health risk assessments.  

The financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. 

Both UPMC and Duquesne University are based in Pittsburgh. 

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