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Welcome to McCortney's Family Pharmacy & Compounding Center - Ada's Family Pharmacy since 1973!

We at McCortney’s are more than just a place to drop-off and pick-up your prescriptions. You are treated like a member of our family with friendly, fast and reliable service. We continuously offer our knowledge, our time, and a shoulder to lean on when you are in need. We are committed to delivering professional care that you can only find at your local family owned pharmacy.

We accept most major insurance plans, have low cash prices that we can match with other large competitors, and have a drive-thru window for your convenience!

We offer a host of amenities to ensure that any time you spend waiting for your prescription is made as pleasant as possible (even if it's just, hopefully, for a few minutes). So enjoy our selection of hilarious greeting cards and a soda from our Coca-Cola refrigerator in front of the warm glow from the fireplace on cold winter days. Let your kids go play in our kid's play room and not worry about them running around the pharmacy. Look through the observation window into our compounding lab and see what we're making. We also offer a private consultation/immunization room equipped with a diaper changing table and a seating area for nursing mothers.

We know you have many choices when selecting a pharmacy and we're glad you choose or are considering us!

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Meet Your Pharmacist

Zack Broderick, Owner/PharmD graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University and has dedicated the majority of his career to serving patients in Ada, OK.

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