Lassiter Drug is a specialty compounding pharmacy; we prepare customized medications to meet unique physician and patient needs. Our doors opened in April, 1970 shortly after John Lassiter was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army. We remained in the same location until fall of 2004, when we moved to our current state-of-the-art facility at 3252 SE 29th Street. Even though the pharmacy started in the Gibson Discount Center which closed in 1988, John and his staff were able to move into an adjacent building and continue business as usual without interruption. Lassiter Drug was among the first Independent Pharmacies in Oklahoma to have an in-house, stand alone pharmacy computer and we have never looked back when adding newer technology to assist patient care. The pharmacy still answers the telephone with real people, unless all lines are in use, in which case there is voice mail. The pharmacists are always available to patrons in the store or by telephone to answer any and all questions. Your prescriptions will be ready in a maximum time of 15-20 minutes, but most are ready in 5 minutes or less. Our Pharmacy Department is our #1 priority. While we have much general merchandise for our customers, we do not delay your prescription needs to have you shop throughout our store. In these days of technology and impersonal service Lassiter Drug has kept the ultimate consumer first in our business.



John graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Pharmacy in 1963. John worked as a Pharmacist until he was drafted in Oct. 1967. He was assigned to Irwin Army Hospital at Fort Riley, Kansas, as a Pharmacist until discharge in Oct. 1969. Today, John helps teach senior pharmacy students the art and science of compounding.




Debra has been a Pharmacist and trusted friend for over 30 years. She graduated from Southwestern Oklahoma State University in 1975 and has been with Lassiter Drug since June, 1975. She is active in the State Pharmacy Association and helps mentor pharmacy students. Debra has extensive training in adult immunization, diabetes, osteoporosis, and asthma care.



Shonda has been a pharmacist since 1999. She is a graduate of Southwestern Oklahoma State University School of Pharmacy with a D.Ph. She took part in an internship with the National Community Pharmacists Association in Washington D.C. during the summer of 1998; out of that internship she has opened the OK Wellness Center. In 2001, Shonda was presented the Innovative Pharmacy Practice Award by DuPont Pharmaceuticals, an award which is presented to one pharmacist per state each year.



Joshua graduated from The University of Oklahoma School of Pharmacy with a Pharm.D. in 2005. He first joined the Lassiter pharmacy family in September 2001 as a pharmacy intern and has since become a Pharmacist. Joshua is a member of the National Community Pharmacist's Association, American Pharmacist's Association, and Oklahoma Pharmacist’s Association. With training in diabetes care, compounding, and adult and child immunizations, Joshua is a great asset to Lassiter Drug.