Brandon J. Wiley, Pharm D.Hempfield Location
The Hempfield Wiley’s Pharmacy is our original pharmacy with Brandon J. Wiley, Pharm.D. as pharmacist manager and owner. He is a Lancaster county native and graduate of Philadelphia College of Pharmacy at University of the Sciences. Prior to serving as manager of our Lancaster location, Brandon was Staff Pharmacist throughout our four group practices.
Get to know Brandon
What do you love most about working at Wiley’s Pharmacy?
Helping customers in their time of need, whether it be picking out the right over the counter medication, explaining how and when to take their medications, or even just being someone they can talk to openly and freely.
What sets Wiley’s apart from other pharmacies?
At Wiley’s we care about our patients and their well being. The three ways that Wiley’s shows that are by having a pharmacist on call twenty four hours a day seven days a week, delivery service, and compliance packaging.
What do you like most about working in Lancaster County?
What I like most about working in Lancaster County is the community of people. Everyone that comes in the pharmacy is friendly and happy to see you.
What kind of relationship do you have with customers?
The type of relationships that we have with our customers is similar to that of a friend or family member. We treat our patients like friends or family and listen to everything they have to say (I have many patients that will just call to see how I am and to tell me about their family and how they are doing). We do so in a confidential manner as trust is a keystone of our principles at Wiley’s.
What is something you wish more people knew about Wiley’s?
I wish more people knew that when you go to Wiley’s Pharmacy it is not going to be the same as chain pharmacies. Wiley’s offers shorter wait times and a more personal experience.
What should more people know about properly taking and managing their medications?
The two most important things about taking your medication: The first thing is consistency, you have to remember to take your medication as the directions read on your label. The second is if you ever have any questions or concerns call your pharmacist, they are there to help.