At Southern Village Pharmacy, our goal is to completely exceed your expectations around both customer service and pharmacy care.  We provide old fashioned customer service, while also using technology and innovation to provide outstanding education and counseling on medication use. 

Owner and Pharmacist, David Smithwick, and the pharmacy staff are committed to making your pharmacy experience a positive one.  The pharmacy is designed to be inviting with a family friendly waiting area (although we promise to do everything possible to minimize wait times!).  We have a state of the art counseling room, utilizing technology to help provide you and your family with information and education on your medications (and you can talk to David too!).



Our “stamper” logo highlights our key attributes:













Southern Village Pharmacy brings back the concept of old fashioned customer service where the pharmacist knows your name.



Southern Village Pharmacy is located on Market Street in the heart of Southern Village (next door to Village Pediatrics).  We accept virtually all insurance cards which means you pay your usual copay at Southern Village Pharmacy.  We carry prescription medications, over the counter medications, and other products based on feedback from the community.



David Smithwick, the owner and pharmacist, has lived in Chapel Hill since 1985.  He is a graduate of both the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy and Kenan-Flagler Business School.  Our corporate headquarters is the back right corner of the pharmacy and our commerce benefits the local community. 

300 Market Street, #114
Chapel Hill, NC 27516


Mon - Fri: 8:30am - 6:30pm

Sat: 8:30am - 12:30pm

Sun: Closed

CALL or FAX or
Phone: 919-240-4084

Fax: 919-724-4568



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