American Service and Product, ASAP Pharmacy is a fully licensed pharmacy, specializing in helping people with expensive medication therapy for their chronic conditions. Our Pharmacy supplies a comprehensive spectrum of specialty pharmacy medication and ancillary products to treat those dealing with the following conditions: Breast Cancer, Colorectal Cancer, Crohn’s Disease, Diabetes, Hemophilia, Hepatitis C, HIV/AIDS, Multiple Sclerosis, Psoriasis, Rheumatoid Arthritis and vonWillebrand Disease.
WHO IS ASAP?
Marquita has been a Pharmacist for more than 8 years and has worked in the pharmacy profession for 18 years. She is a caring, motivated and hardworking, person who believes in going the “extra mile for patients.” Marquita loves spending time with her husband, her two children and Shih Tzu. She also enjoys mentoring and uplifting the youth from the inner city of Chicago. Marquita is excited and is looking forward to providing patients with high touch care and support at ASAP Pharmacy.
Pharm.D., Clinical Pharmacist
Cheryl is a recent graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Pharmacy. Pharmacy is a second career for Cheryl, and she is grateful for how her husband, Derek, and their three children supported her during Pharmacy school and continue to support her as she serves patients at ASAP Pharmacy. Great days for Cheryl include walking with friends, dinner with family, and quality stories. Cheryl is grateful for the opportunity to work at a pharmacy that strives to treat patients like family members instead of customers.
Vice-President of Business Development
Gilbert is a testament to the grace and love that the Lord bestows upon His children. He is a kind and generous man who lives his life in faith. Gilbert possesses the courage of his convictions. He is devoted to his family. He and his exceptional Marie have been married for more than 35 years. They have a set of twins, a beautiful and talented daughter, and a charmingly gregarious son. Gilbert is a serious sports enthusiast and finds considerable enjoyment in the gentleman’s sport of golf. He joyfully connects with people and, through faith, love and compassion, he altruistically works to improve lives. He has been a gift to ASAP since 2003.
Director of Patient Care
Debi was born to be an advocate. Before joining ASAP in March of 2008, Debi had spent most of her career in the dental field. She is a nurturing, positive and loving force in every aspect of her life. Her compassion knows no bounds. She has been married to her best friend, Jim, for more than 36 years. They have three wonderful children, two cherished daughters-in-laws, a son-in-law, six precious granddaughters and one grandson. Debi is extremely passionate about helping those with Lyme Disease because her son also suffers from the disease.
Scott Jarmula, CPhT
Senior Pharmacy Technician
Scott is a graduate of Purdue University with a degree in education. Scott was a teacher for 17 years before joining ASAP. He is passionate about helping people and has enjoyed the transition from helping people learn to helping people take care of their health. Scott has been married to his wife Marty for 17 years and has two children. An avid cyclist, late-night rides with his friends and family is one of Scott’s favorite things to do.
Chelsea Kuhn, CPhT
Chelsey studied Kinesiology at Azusa Pacific University in California and came to work for ASAP in 2016. She became a Certified Pharmacy Technician in 2016. She has spent many years coaching young girls in tumbling, gymnastics, and cheerleading. Chelsey is now a sponsored cliff diver and has a passion for adventure and the outdoors. She has been a support for several family members with chronic illness.
Accounts Receivable Coordinator
Dawn works behind the scenes so to speak, doing daily bookkeeping for the company alongside her sister Nancy Kuhn, one of the Pharmacy owners. Every day is a new learning experience for her but one she enjoys immensely. Dawn and her husband Len have three adult children and four grandchildren that are the love of her life.
Director of Accreditation
Lindsey has worked with ASAP, on and off, since its inception in 2001. She attended the Committee of Ten Thousand meetings and hearings with her father in the 90s and has been an advocate for patients with chronic illness her whole life. Lindsey has a degree in Business Administration from Trinity Christian College. Lindsey lives in Indiana with her husband and daughter.
Business Development Coordinator and Patient Advocate
Shawn comes to ASAP with years of business experience, but his real passion stems from his family’s intersection with catastrophic illnesses. His family has three generations of hemophilia, though it was only discovered in his two brothers in their late teens. He has lost an older brother to Hep C complications and has another brother who lives with hemophilia HIV. Shawn has embraced our company’s motto, “going beyond the prescription.”
Dana Kuhn, PhD
Dana was born with a chronic illness, acquired two other chronic illnesses through blood transfusions, and lost his first wife to a blood infusion disease. Dana had two children with his first wife before she passed. He is now happily remarried to his wife Jan and has two more children with her. Dana has dedicated his life to help people in the throes of health challenges. He created Patient Services Inc. (PSI) in 1989, which is now serving over 30,000 patients annually with premium and copay assistant. He recently retired from PSI and is excited to be a part of the ASAP family as he continues to do amazing things for the chronic illness community.
ASAP Pharmacy Awarded Accreditation From The Joint Commission
American Service and Product, ASAP Pharmacy, has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for accreditation by demonstrating compliance with The Joint Commission’s national standards for health care quality and safety in home care. The accreditation award recognizes American Service and Product, Inc., ASAP Pharmacy’s dedication to continuous compliance with The Joint Commission’s state of the art standards.
Established in 1988, The Joint Commission’s Home Care Accreditation Program accredits more than 5,600 organizations. The Joint Commission’s standards address the home care organization’s performance in specific areas, and specify requirements to ensure that patient care and services are provided in a safe manner. The Joint Commission develops its standards in consultation with health care experts, providers and researchers, as well as measurement experts, purchasers and consumers.
“In achieving Joint Commission accreditation, American Service and Product, ASAP Pharmacy, has demonstrated its commitment to the highest level of care for its patients,” says Margherita Labson, R.N., executive director, Home Care Accreditation, The Joint Commission. “Accreditation is a voluntary process and I commend American Service and Product, Inc., ASAP Pharmacy, for successfully undertaking this challenge to elevate its standard of care and instill confidence in the community it serves.”
“At ASAP Pharmacy, we strive to improve the personalized care we offer to each individual that chooses to use our pharmacy. Joint Commission accreditation provides us with a framework to help maintain a culture of excellence,” says Hans Kuhn, Corporate President.
At ASAP Pharmacy, we value our call to be servants. We recognize the value of every person and promise to give them excellent and personalized care: to educate, empower, and equip each one to experience a fuller quality of life beyond the prescription.
When we opened our pharmacy doors, we were fulfilling a decades-long
dream of changing the way healthcare works. Our family has been personally affected by many chronic illnesses, including Hemophilia, Cancer, Diabetes, and Crohn’s Disease. We believe a pharmacy has the responsibility and the resources to go beyond dispensing medication. At ASAP Pharmacy, we are trying to be an example of what healthcare can really mean.
We are a fully licensed pharmacy, specializing in expensive therapies for chronic illnesses. Our goal is to make your life easier…this means less time worrying about your illness and more time getting on with your life.
Hans & Nancy Kuhn