Gene Polk’s Pharmacy in downtown Magee is committed to serving the health needs of Simpson County. Opened in 1963 by the late Eugene Polk, the pharmacy is now owned and operated by Eugene’s son, Brinson Polk, and his mom, Edith Polk, visits the pharmacy often to keep everyone on their toes. Brinson Polk and Tina Roberts are our dedicated pharmacists.
But Gene Polk’s is much more than a pharmacy. It’s a diabetes clinic and gift shop as well. The diabetic clinic offers diabetic supplies and classes in diabetes education taught by our certified diabetes manager. Gene Polk’s is known statewide for a wide selection of gifts for all occasions and home decor including Peter’s Pottery and Tab Boren Pottery. Brides-to-be can create gift registries to outfit their homes with the help of our thoughtful and capable staff.
“People should shop at Gene Polk’s because we care about our customers,” said Polk.
“We don’t just fill prescriptions; we want customers to know that if they have any questions, they can call us at home. We understand that kids don’t get sick during normal working hours.”
And when a prescription isn’t called, choose a thoughtful or uplifting card for your sick loved one from our wide selection located right in the pharmacy.
Gene Polk’s Pharmacy is located at 406 Simpson Highway 149. We’re open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday and from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.