Who We Are
Turenne PharMedCo is a quality-driven provider of long-term healthcare pharmacy services. With multiple locations, we proudly support facilities across the Southeast. For more than 28 years, it has been our mission to provide quality solutions and exceptional service to our customers and those they serve. We strive to be a partner that helps our customers successfully meet their challenges while improving outcomes. PharMedCo provides the agility and insight that helps facilities operate more efficiently and safer. Our customizable services and technology empower long-term healthcare providers with solutions for accurate and secure medication management, ensuring regulatory compliance, maximizing time spent with residents, and reducing costly waste.
Who We Serve
skilled nursing residents
Assisted living residents
community living residents
Custom Pharmacy Solutions
for Better Outcomes
Make informed care and business decisions with the support of financial reviews and clinical and compliance analytics.
Provide emergency/first dose medications with automated dispensing that is quick and secure.
Combine the latest dispensing technology and compliance packaging for improved efficiency and care.
Stay on top of regulations with compliance tools designed for skilled nursing providers. Get online access to government agency information, alerts, training tools, and template documents.
Service and expertise you can count on. From medication regimen reviews to onsite survey support, we are committed to helping facilities maintain and improve quality.
Get the insight you need for safer care. Our Triage 365 program will help you reduce rehospitalizations with early identification of medication irregularities.
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