Visit Our Retail Store

Lakeside Pharmacy has been located on the Northside Forsyth Hospital campus since 2001. With easy access off of GA Hwy 400 and exit 14 (Hwy 20), please stop by to visit our Pharmacy Showroom. We have a complete line of over the counter medications including many hard to find items. We also carry a full line of durable medical equipment and compression hose.

Our normal business hours are:

8:00 AM to 6:00 PM Monday thru Friday (Closed for lunch from 12:15-1:00)
9:00AM to 1:00 PM Saturday
Closed Sunday

We are located on the ground floor of the 1505 medical office building. Whether seeing a physician on our campus or coming from another area, Lakeside Pharmacy guarantees prescriptions to be filled in 15 Minutes or Less. We promise excellent, personal service while getting you on your way quickly. If you are unable to make it by our Pharmacy, we offer FREE Delivery to your home or office. Please call the Pharmacy to get more information and set up your delivery service.

In addition to our FREE Delivery service, we also offer Curbside pick up for those who may not be able to exit their vehicle to come into the Pharmacy. Please call a Pharmacy associate for details.

M-F 8am - 6pm
SAT 9am -1pm
Closed for Lunch
12:15-1pm Weekdays

Phone: (770) 205-0290
Fax: (770) 205-7386

Quality Service You Can Count On

I believe

“I believe in upholding my commitment of being the most trusted Professional, a Pharmacist. I will accomplish this by offering very personal service as well as accessibility and always at the best value. I am honored to serve the patients and staff of not only Northside Hospital – Forsyth but all of Forsyth County and the surrounding areas.”

– Apollon A. Constantinides, Jr., Pharm D., R.Ph.

When I was a kid

“When I was a kid, I “jerked sodas” at the soda fountain in my father’s Pharmacy. There was a delivery man who had worked there almost all of his life. He used to tell me stories of how he delivered prescriptions on his bicycle when he was younger. It’s services like these that are missing in today’s society. I plan on bringing those traditions back to life. ”

– Apollon A. Constantinides, Jr., Pharm D., R.Ph.