A Patient-Focused Pharmacy
Started by Louis Gatti in 1936, Gatti Pharmacy has a proud history in downtown Indiana as a long-standing business that is deeply involved in the Indiana community. In the late 1990’s, long-time Gatti Pharmacist David Smith became a partner of Louis’ son William Gatti’s prior to his daughter, Stephanie Smith Cooney purchasing the final Gatti family ownership stake to become David’s partner in 2005.
In 2010, she became president and sole owner of Gatti Pharmacy, and the first female executive in the history of the company. She is grateful to continue the tradition and reputation of Gatti Pharmacy while also innovating into new models and ways to serve the people of Indiana, PA and the surrounding areas.
Taking Care of You Like Family
All of our Gatti pharmacists are medication experts devoted to optimal patient outcomes.They are able to work with you one-on-one and can also help solve insurance and cost problems.
Have questions? We have answers.
Do you have parking? Do you deliver?
Yes, we have six free dedicated parking spaces along with street parking. We also have two handicap spots and a handicap-accessible rear entrance. Access our parking by turning into the alley to the right of our building. Spots are directly behind the building, closest to our back entrance. We also have a drive-thru and free delivery service for your convenience.
How can I order refills?
Refills can be ordered 24 hours a day by calling 724-349-4200 or right here on our site. You can also order refills through the free RxLocal App, which gives you the capability to text our pharmacists when you're unable to call.
How is Gatti different? Why should I choose your pharmacy?
We genuinely enjoy the daily interactions we have with our patients. Your health is our top priority, and if there is a problem you need to be solved, we go out of our way to find a solution. From questions about your insurance, cost concerns, special needs, or even needing to transfer your prescriptions, we are always here for you. Not to mention, Gatti Pharmacy patients were found to be 38% more likely to take their medications as prescribed than the national average. You will never be a number at our pharmacy, and we take knowing you by name seriously.
What vaccines do you have?
A better question might be what vaccines don't we have? As part of our effort to keep you healthy year-round, all our pharmacists are certified immunizing pharmacists and able to administer a variety of vaccines such as seasonal (flu, shingles, and pneumonia) and all travel vaccinations, including yellow fever vaccine. Furthermore, we offer on-site flu clinics to businesses throughout Indiana County.
Can you help me (or a loved one) organize medications?
Along with your health, education on medications is extremely important to us. We not only can and will help you keep your medications organized, but we will work with you as much as possible to ensure they are being taken properly. This is important in preventing issues that can sometimes arise with prescriptions. As part of this, we do offer free special packaging, where we organize your medications weekly and by daily dose in one simple package. No more vials, no more confusion.
Do you do consultations?
Absolutely. We are available for in-depth medication concerns, meeting with you to make sure you understand the side effects and how to take them. Additionally, we offer travel health consultations, which are one-on-one meetings with one of our pharmacists to determine vaccine and medication needs prior to travel out of the country in consult with your physician. We are also available to discuss cost concerns pertaining to medications.
Do you have any special services not related to medications?
In addition to over-the-counter medications and supplements, we also provide durable medical equipment options, diabetic shoes, free special packaging to organize your medications, convenience items and more. Plus, we stock local honey, maple syrup, chocolates, convenience items, and a small gift and card selection in our storefront. Ask us how we can help you today. You an see a full list of our special services here.
What insurances does Gatti Pharmacy accept?
Most insurances plans are accepted, including most Medicare Part D plans, UPMC, CVS/Caremark, Medco, Express Scripts, Security Blue, and many more. Make sure to ask us about our competitive cash pricing too. Transferring your prescriptions to us is easy. Just let us know, and we take care of everything!
Do you have any discounts?
Yes. We offer a 15% discount to IUP students with a valid iCard, veterans, and volunteer firefighters. In addition we do also have a senior citizen discount. Be sure to ask about this next time you are in. Not to mention, we have a membership service that helps you save money on your medications. Learn more about our Medication Savings Program here.
MEET THE OWNER:
Stephanie Smith Cooney, Owner, President, Pharm D
With a nearly lifelong interest in pharmacy, Stephanie knew since she was a child that she wanted to be a pharmacist. It is her distinct pleasure to have the opportunity to own and operate Gatti Pharmacy and to continue the legacy of excellent patient care that has been a hallmark of Gatti Pharmacy since its inception in the 1930’s. With an emphasis on innovation and evolving models of pharmacy practice, Stephanie leads her team to achieving her vision for a pharmacy that is focused on taking better care of our patients.
As a recognized thought leader and change agent in community pharmacy practice, Stephanie Smith Cooney, Pharm.D., is a pharmacist, entrepreneur, president of Gatti Pharmacy in Indiana, PA, and Co-Founder and CEO of Meraki Health in Danville, PA. Stephanie received her Doctor of Pharmacy from Wilkes University.
Stephanie serves Pennsylvania Pharmacy through her deep involvement in the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Care Network as a board member, luminary, and early adopter. She was als appointed to the CPESN Board of Managers as PPCN’s representative. Additionally, she is active in the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association in a variety of capacities and participates in the National Community Pharmacists Association as a member of the Committee on Emerging Models.
Stephanie believes strongly in the importance of changing the practice of pharmacy to ensure our future. To that end, in addition to the innovations she executes in her businesses, she mentors and precepts students and young pharmacists in a variety of capacities. She also serves on the Dean’s Advisory Council at the Nesbitt School of Pharmacy at Wilkes University.
She has been recognized by her peers as a finalist for the CPESN Luminary of the Year in 2018, the Next Generation Pharmacist 2017 Entrepreneur of the Year, Pennsylvania Pharmacist Association’s 2015 Pauline Montgomery Leadership Award winner, and as a Pennsylvania Pharmacist Association 2014 Ten Under Ten Award recipient.
Stephanie loves traveling and exploring the great outdoors with her husband Rob and three children.
Kyle McCormick, Pharm D, Patient Care Director
As our patient care director and clinical pharmacist, Kyle McCormick, Pharm.D., provides all of our in-depth clinical services, including our medication management services, Diabetes Prevention Program, and much more. Kyle is also co-founder and Chief Innovation Officer of Meraki Health, a healthcare startup company working to improve how patients interact with their medication.
After his graduation from the University of Pittsburgh in 2014 with his doctorate of pharmacy degree, Kyle completed a one-year community pharmacy practice residency program with Gatti Pharmacy and the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy to further develop his clinical, teaching and research skills. In addition to his clinical services, Kyle precepts pharmacy students on advanced practice rotations with us. For his outstanding precepting efforts, he was awarded the 2018 Preceptor of the Year award from the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association (PPA). He was also a 2017 Recipient of the PPA Ten Under Ten Award. He serves on the Education Foundation within PPA and is the Past President of the Allegheny County Pharmacists Association. Kyle loves caring for our Gatti Pharmacy patients and finding new ways to improve their medication use.
Originally from Somerset, PA, Kyle appreciates the small town feel of Indiana and the vibrancy that the local businesses bring to the area. In his free time, he enjoys visiting National Parks with his wife and son, cooking/baking, photography, and sports.
Cory Hartman, Pharm D
As a mainstay of our pharmacist team, a typical interaction with the Gatti team involves an interaction with Cory Hartman, Pharm.D. He has been an integral part of our team here at Gatti Pharmacy since his graduation from the University of Pittsburgh in 2011.
Cory is a lifelong native of western Pennsylvania, and enjoys the opportunities he has to connect with our patients and help them. With a widespread knowledge of our programs and resources, you’ll find Cory available to answer your prescription or over-the-counter medication questions, contact your physician, provide a vaccine, answer questions about interactions or pricing concerns, and much more. He’s a common visitor to our travel flu clinics, and is often requested by name for his usually painless flu shots. He’s also likely to chat with you about Pittsburgh sports, in particular anything involving his beloved Pitt Panthers.
Be sure to say hi to Cory the next time you’re in!
Luke Berenbok, Pharm D
Luke graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2013 with his Doctor of Pharmacy degree.
Upon graduation, Luke completed a 1-year pharmacy residency with Kerr Drug/Walgreens and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Luke is an Assistant Professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy where he teaches first and second year student pharmacists patient care, communication, and interprofessional skills. He is an immunizing pharmacist and looks forward to contributing to the exceptional patient care provided by the team at Gatti Pharmacy.
Luke is originally from Economy, PA and is passionate about community pharmacy practice.
If you're in on a Saturday, be sure to say hello to Luke!
Lisa Fisanich, Pharm D
Lisa is a native of Indiana and received her doctorate of pharmacy degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1998.
After graduation, she served the veteran community at the VA Pittsburgh Medical Center where she specialized in diabetes management and anticoagulation. Following her 5 years at the VA, Lisa and her husband decided to return to the Indiana area to raise their family and be closer to loved ones. She then transitioned into retail pharmacy following their return to Indiana and joined the Gatti Pharmacy family in 2014.
Lisa is a certified immunizing pharmacist and looks forward to enhancing the health of her patients through medication therapy management. She enjoys interacting with the patients at Gatti and is always eager to help answer any medication questions.
MEET THE PHARMACISTS:
"I just wanted to say thanks to you and everyone else I spoke with there. I by far had the best experience I have ever had with a pharmacy. Everyone was polite, helpful, professional, and quick. I will most certainly recommend you guys in the future. Keep up the great work. :)"