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Drug Information Center

Department of Pharmacy and Health Professions

ECSU Drung Information Center

Drug Information Center

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ECSU Drug Information Center
122 Pharmacy Complex
1704 Weeksville Road
Elizabeth City, NC 27909
Phone: 252-335-2449
Fax: 252-335-4268
druginfocenter@ecsu.edu

North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation

Elizabeth City State University’s Drug Information Center is a resource center which provides relevant, accurate, and unbiased drug information to healthcare professionals and the communities of northeastern North Carolina and southeastern Virginia to optimize patient care.

Information about prescription and non-prescription medications including vitamins, minerals, dietary supplements and alternative therapies used to treat different disease states is available. In addition, the DIC has a strong outreach and patient education component. 

The Drug Information Center is made possible by generous funding from the North Carolina GlaxoSmithKline Foundation. It is also sponsored by the ECSU Foundation and the UNC-Chapel Hill/ECSU Pharmacy Partnership Program.

Questions may be submitted to the Center by printing off the Information Request Form online and faxing it to the Drug Information Center at (252) 335-4268. There is no charge for any service offered by the Center.

Our Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
(The DIC observes ECSU’s holiday schedule)

FREE drug information and general health consultation are available with a pharmacist by appointment. Call our 24-Hour Appointment Line: (252) 335-2449.

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Please visit our website and contact us with any inquiries you may have, we look forward to the opportunity to serve you!

Mission Statement

To improve the standard of patient-centered care and health outcomes of individuals in clinical and community settings through innovative, collaborative pharmacy practice and education.