A pharmacy that has you in mind.
Gatti Pharmacy has been serving the Indiana, Pennsylvania area since 1936. The store was started by Louis Gatti at a location between the 6th and 7th blocks of Philadelphia Street. During the early 1940's, the pharmacy moved to a new location in the 800 block of Philadelphia Street before a new store was built in 1955 at 832 Philadelphia Street. Louis Gatti passed away in 1970, leaving his son William Gatti to take over the business. Bill then built a new pharmacy at 840 Philadelphia Street in 1974. A Wayne Avenue location of Gatti Pharmacy was opened in the 119 Professional Center. In 1999, Bill sold the pharmacy to David M. Smith.
In 2005, Dave's daughter Stephanie Smith Cooney became a partner in the business. In December 2010, Smith Cooney became the president and sole owner of Gatti Pharmacy and Gift Shop. She is the first female executive and owner in the history of the company.
Stephanie Smith Cooney, Pharm.D., owner and managing pharmacist, is a native of Indiana and a 2004 doctorate of pharmacy graduate of Wilkes University. She has special interests in improving her patient's health through medication therapy management and adult immunizations. Stephanie was the first pharmacist in Indiana to begin providing adult vaccines and continues to enjoy this area of her practice.
She is an active member of the Pennsylvania Pharmacists Association, the National Community Pharmacists Association. By her association involvement, she aims to stay current in the practice of pharmacy so she can continue to bring cutting-edge products and services to Gatti Pharmacy. She also serves as management preceptor for the community pharmacy residency program in conjunction with the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy. She enjoys working with pharmacy fellows, residents, and students in many capacities to impact the future of pharmacy. Stephanie was honored to be selected as one of the Pennsylvania Pharmacist Association’s Ten Under Ten top pharmacists in 2014 and the inaugural recipient of the Pauline Montgomery Leadership Award in 2015.
Growing up in a pharmacist family, Stephanie always wanted to be a pharmacist. During pharmacy school, she developed an interest in the business aspects of community pharmacy in addition to her love of patient interaction. She is proud to be part of a family-owned community business that has been committed to downtown Indiana since it's inception. As the owner, she is dedicated to ensuring Gatti Pharmacy remains a vital part of Indiana for many years to come!
Cory Hartman, Pharm.D.
Cory Hartman, Pharm.D, graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2011 with his doctorate of pharmacy degree.
Prior to becoming a licensed pharmacist at Gatti Pharmacy, Cory worked for 3 years as a pharmacy intern in an independent community pharmacy in Pittsburgh. As a lifelong native of western Pennsylvania, Cory couldn’t imagine a better area to be working in than Indiana. He is excited about getting to know the community and Gatti’s patients. He’s eager to answer questions to help optimize the health of our patients.
Cory is also a certified immunizing pharmacist and enjoys giving over-the-counter recommendations for patients. He is an avid Pittsburgh sports fan and can be found cheering on his favorite teams in his spare time. If you need an update on the game scores, Cory is your go-to guy!
Lisa R Fisanich, Pharm.D.
Lisa is a native of Indiana, 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 looks forward to meeting the patients at Gatti and is eager to help answer any medication questions.
Kyle McCormick, Pharm.D., Pharmacist Patient Care Director
Kyle McCormick, graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in 2014 with his doctorate of pharmacy degree.
Upon graduation, Kyle completed a 1-year residency program with Gatti Pharmacy and the University of Pittsburgh to further develop his clinical, teaching and research skills. His other pharmacy experience includes three years as an intern with independent pharmacy in Somerset and three years at the University of Pittsburgh’s Student Health Pharmacy. Kyle is an immunizing pharmacist and the lead clinical pharmacist at Gatti Pharmacy. He looks forward to helping Gatti’s patients manage their health and medications.
Originally from Somerset, PA, Kyle appreciates the small town feel of Indiana and the vibrancy that IUP and other local businesses bring to the area. In his free time, he enjoys cooking/baking, photography, and sports.
Terri started her pharmacy career in 1987.
She became licensed as a pharmacy technician by the state of Washington in 1989 and Nationally certified in 2009. With retail and clinical pharmacy experience, she enjoys assisting the pharmacists in meeting the needs of their patients. Born in Indiana, PA, she relocated here in the summer of 2011. Terri was attracted to the hometown, family feeling she felt when she walked into Gatti Pharmacy and she is happy to be a member of the team.
In her spare time, Terri enjoys traveling.
Make sure to say, "Hello!" when you see her around!
Partnership with the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy
Gatti Pharmacy serves as a practice site for post graduate pharmacy residents at the University of Pittsburgh. Our pharmacy resident each year spends 2-3 days a week with Gatti Pharmacy. Their focus is helping to advance patient care, learn how to effectively manage a pharmacy, initiate community outreach, grow in leadership, and grow in communication skills. The resident spends the other days of the week teaching at the University of Pittsburgh, providing direct patient care in physician offices, and working on a research project.
More information can be found here.
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