Trusted by Industry Leaders Including:
CAN-SPAM Compliant, Updated Monthly & Permission Passed Regularly
Reach over 70,000 pharmacies and 45,000 pharmacists with iMD’s pharmacist email list. This database is updated monthly, phone verified, and permission-passed regularly in accordance with CAN-SPAM law. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you with your pharmacy marketing.
Our pharmacist email list is built using proven methods for validating provider credentials’ contact information, practice & facility demographics, provider & practice affiliations, EHR usage, and more. Contact iMD today for your pharmacist email list or physician email list for a turnkey solution for all of your healthcare data needs.
Select by Pharmacy Types
- Department Store
- Home Health
- Department Store
- Mail Order
- Nursing Home
For ongoing marketing campaigns, we offer an annual license giving marketers control over the data. This is an effective strategy for marketers that want to leverage the data for multiple broadcasts, drip campaigns and multi-channel efforts. The economy of scale achieved with a license can significantly reduce customer acquisition costs.
An iMD managed broadcast is a great solution for organizations that email on a less frequent basis. Simply provide us with your creative and selection criteria and we’ll handle the rest; everything from set up and testing to transmission and campaign tracking. Whether you are looking to license this pharmacist email list annually or prefer to have iMD manage the deployments for you, we have a solution.
Pharmacists are medical specialists whose field of study focuses on the safe and effective use of medication to treat disease and injury. Pharmacists study biochemistry and how it relates to anatomy and physiology. They’re responsible for educating patients on the correct use of drugs, their roles, side effects and interactions. In the US, all pharmacists must now obtain a Doctor of Pharmacy degree to become a licensed pharmacist.
As in-home healthcare continues to expand, a pilot program for in-home pharmacists shows promise. Focused on elderly patients who take multiple medications and cannot leave their homes, the program has shown encouraging results.