Bennie Bostick

Bennie Bostick is the founder of NuMedRx Pharmacy Solutions. He received his Bachelor of Science degree in Pharmacy from the University of Mississippi and completed his authorized nuclear pharmacist training at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences School of Pharmacy.

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is to provide Mississippi solutions to Mississippi customers. Because NuMedRx is a locally owned and operated business, the money you spend with us stays in Mississippi. Money spent with NuMedRx is cycled back into our communities and back into the pockets of Mississippians over and over again. NuMedRx creates jobs, pays local taxes, supports other local businesses, and sponsors educational events and social functions for the benefit of our community.

At NuMedRx, we know nuclear medicine and we know nuclear pharmacy. We also know what drives wedges between the two.

We may be a small company but we have big goals. Our primary goal is to service you at a level you don’t expect. In other words, we want to exceed your expectations, not just today but every day. We accomplish that by providing you with the products and services you need when you need them. We respond promptly, courteously, and flawlessly.

Our founder, Bennie Bostick, has a vision for nuclear medicine in Mississippi. That vision is about a local pharmacy partnering with hospitals and clinics throughout Mississippi to enhance the quality of healthcare for the people of Mississippi.

Bennie has a passion for diagnosing and preventing heart disease in Mississippi, a passion ignited by his own family’s struggles with heart disease. Bennie’s father, brother, and sister all suffered heart attacks before the age of 50. His younger sister, Gaye, passed away at age 51 from complications resulting from a previous heart attack.