About Stan’s Compounding Pharmacy

A Rhea County Tradition since 1975, Stan’s Compounding Pharmacy became part of the Wolfenden Family Pharmacies in 2011. For more than three decades, our highly trained and knowledgeable pharmacists and technicians have provided customers with the hometown service they deserve.

Stan’s Compounding Pharmacy offers custom compounded medications, in addition to other traditional pharmaceutical and medical equipment needs and services, including:

  • Free Delivery
  • Small Gifts
  • Cards
  • $1 specials
  • Free Coffee
  • Lounge Area
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • Cholesterol Testing
  • Vaccinations
  • Consultations, where our knowledgeable staff can help educate you so you understand your health care diagnosis
  • Drive-Thru
  • Diabetic Shoes
  • Medication Management Packaging Available
  • More!

All major insurances accepted.

We know your time is valuable, so we strive to get you in and out quickly, whether you are in our store or utilize our drive thru. We notify customers by phone of upcoming renewals so that you’re never without your prescription, and we keep up with insurance changes and compliance issues, so you never have to worry.

Meet Our Pharmacists


Kent McWherter, R.Ph.
Pharmacist in Charge

From Trenton, Tn., I graduated pharmacy school at UT Memphis in 1983. Before coming to Stan’s Compounding Pharmacy in July 2013, I previously worked in pharmaceutical positions for Methodist hospital (Memphis), St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (Memphis), MediLife Pharmacy (Cleveland), and Bi-Lo (Dayton). My wife, Leslie Rogers (who is a 3rd generation pharmacist), and I have two children, Nick and Mallory. Outside of work, my hobbies include fishing and racquetball.


Cayci Pittman, PharmD

Raised in McMinn County, I attended Riceville Elementary and am a graduate of McMinn County High School. I attended Samford University in Birmingham, Al., where I graduated with my PharmD degree. My husband, Christopher (who is also a pharmacist), and I have one daughter, Lily.