Medicap is Scott City's locally owned and operated pharmacy. We make a commitment to our customers to ensure you receive prescriptions as your healthcare provider prescribes; your prescriptions are ready in a timely manner, usually fifteen minutes or less if you choose to wait; and you are welcomed and treated with a smile you would expect from a friend. Our experienced pharmacist and staff welcome all questions, as our goal is to provide the support and advise so that your overall health and wellbeing is optimized in your daily life and actions. Expect more from a pharmacy when you choose Medicap Pharmacy, a part of the MediCenter Pharmacy.
Eric Daume, Pharm.D, Pharmacist
My name is Eric Daume and Southeast Missouri has always been my home. After graduating from Cape Central, I moved to Kansas City where I completed my Doctor of Pharmacy education in 2008. I honestly never thought I would call Southeast Missouri home again, but something pulled me back here. That's a decision I will never regret.
I started my pharmacy career locally at Walgreens and Target where I had the opportunity to meet many great people. For about 8 years, I worked in sterile compounding and specialty pharmacy. There I developed a special interest in compounding customized and targeted medication, and worked with the latest developments in the pharmaceutical industry. Medicap/MediCenter is now my home where I plan to continue my interest and dedication to serving the communities in Southeast Missouri. I believe your trip to the pharmacy is not just a stop on your way home, but rather a healthcare experience and destination that is designed and customized just for you by the pharmacists and staff inside.
I live in Cape with my wife Rachael, who is a nurse as Saint Francis Medical Center, son Bennett and daughter Eliana. I enjoy running with my dogs, and doing anything outside. This is my home and my community. I'm blessed and proud to serve the people in Southeast Missouri. I'm here to help be a part of your healthcare team, and navigate its complexities with you. Just ask me how I can help.