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Meet Your Pharmacist

Anthony “Tony” Ratti started his career with Askler’s Augusta Pharmacy N’ More in 1991 as a stock boy. He worked through college as he went through the Ferris State University Pharmacy School program holding positions as a delivery driver, pharmacy tech, and then a pharmacy intern.

He graduated FSU School of Pharmacy in 1996 and began his professional career with the Askler family. He has special certification in diabetic orthotics, immunizations, herbal supplements, travel vaccinations and point-of-care testing (flu/strep). He has managed the Augusta pharmacy since 2000 and co-owned the store since 2006. Tony makes his home in Augusta with his wife, Elizabeth and two children Max and Jillian.

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