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We’ve been serving the community of Ketchikan for over 50 years. Our pharmacy staff has multiple years of experience and our friendly staff will treat you like family. At Island Pharmacy, we believe that being a local, independent pharmacy means providing top notch health care services to our patients and our community in an environment that is warm and inviting. We strive to make a difference in our patients and in our community. We are dedicated to providing a wide range of high-quality services that meet all of your health care needs. Call, click, or stop by today and find out how we can help you!

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Meet the Christensen Family Pharmacists

Bruce Christensen, RPh, graduated from Idaho State University of Pharmacy and went on to co-found Island pharmacy in 1974.

Barry Christensen, RPh, graduated from the University of Washington and joined Island Pharmacy as a pharmacist in 1988.

Inga Christensen, PharmD, graduated from University of Washington in 2020.

Sonja Christensen, began her PharmD education at Washington State University in 2020 and is expected to graduate in 2024.

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