When you need a customized form of medication, be it capsules, creams, ointments, or troches, our independent pharmacy can help. We create specialty formulations, flavors, and dosages to ensure you get the best results from your medication.


At Gibson Pharmacy we are always focused on helping you be as healthy as possible. That's why we offer our adherence packaging!

Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT)



890 W. Corsicana St

Athens, TX 75751

M - F 8:00 - 6:00

Sat  9:00 - 2:00



Our adherence packaging is designed to help you take the right medications at the right time - giving you one less thing to worry about. When you sign up for our program our pharmacist will personally evaluate all of your prescriptions and consult with your doctor to develop a personalized weekly dosage pack.


A rash from poison ivy, poison oak or poison sumac is caused by an oil found in these plants called urushiol (you-ROOshee-all). When this oil touches your skin, it often causes an itchy, blistering rash. If you do come into contact with a poisonous plant:

Remove clothing - place directly in washing machine, then shower. Urushiol can linger on unwashed items for years and continue to cause reactions if it’s touched.

Wash - skin, clothing and pets ASAP after exposure, ideally within 10 minutes. Don’t forget to scrub under fingernails to avoid spreading later.

Cleaning Products - (Tecnu, Zanfel, etc) are designed to help remove the oil (urushiol). Ask a pharmacist for more information.

Cool compresses - or showers may help. Be advised that hot showers may make the itching worse.
Oatmeal baths - or calamine lotion may help itching.
Topical steroids - (hydrocortisone cream or Cortaid) Do not cover the rash as this could lead to a bacterial infection.

Avoid Poisonous Plants This Summer



Healthy living Tip


Avoid illness with our high-quality immunization services. Our pharmacists provide this service by appointment every weekday. The types of vaccines we provide include influenza, hepatitis A and B, meningitis, pneumonia, and varicella.