News and Events

Waltz Pharmacy Attends MHCA Fall Conference

This year's Maine Health Care Association fall conference and expo provided a great opportunity for learning and networking. Learn More »

New Customer Comment Form

Questions, comments or concerns? Let us know with our new customer comment form! Learn More »

Medication Update

Find out if this upcoming medication update impacts you or a loved one. Learn More »

Waltz Gives a Helping Hand

Our staff here at Waltz Pharmacy enjoy working with the University of New England pharmacy students and teaching them what a career in long-term care is like. Learn More »

Tramadol Medication Update

Find out about new medication updates. Learn More »

Waltz Reducing Its Carbon Footprint

Find out about the new ways we're becoming more environmentally friendly. Learn More »

Waltz Supports Relay For Life

Waltz Long Term Care Pharmacy was proud to participate in this year’s Relay For Life and celebrate its very own cancer survivors. Learn More »

Waltz LTC Featured in Long-Term Living

Courtney Oland Courtney Oland, director of pharmacy operations, discusses the increasing importance of the long-term care pharmacist. Learn More »

Merry Christmas from Waltz Pharmacy

“In keeping tradition, we have begun sending our valued customers truffles. Thank you all for your business in 2013! Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! From the staff at Waltz Long Term Care Pharmacy.” Learn More »

Reducing Waste with 3ml Insulin Vials

In an effort to reduce waste and lower our customers cost, Waltz Long Term Care Pharmacy will now be dispensing Humulin N, Humulin R, Humulin 70/30 and Humalog in 3 ml vials (300 units). We will continue to stock and dispense the larger 10 ml (1000 units) and will only dispense these smaller vials when appropriate. If you have skilled patients using less than 300 units of any of the insulins listed above we will dispense the 3 ml vial. If you have a non-skilled resident using less than 600 units per month we will dispense two of the 3 ml vials. For any residents that are on a sliding scale protocol, we will calculate the maximum units per day being administered per the sliding scale and will dispense the appropriate sized vial of insulin accordingly. If you have any Learn More »