About Us

"... a true blessing to me! They always make time to talk to me about my personal medical questions! They deliver and that is a big plus for me!! I’m trying to do somethings and Paul emailed me with everything I needed and cares about how I’m doing with it! I don’t think I’ve ever had that caring and informative attention anywhere including my doctors! Thank you... ! I give them a ***** I highly recommend them !!" - Carol Ellis

Your Asheville Pharmacist

Paul F. Wolfe, Pharm D

Paul F. Wolfe graduated from Cumberland College in December 1990 with a Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. Paul then worked at Oak Ridge National Laboratory as a Radioactive Chemist for 12 years before going to Mercer University in Atlanta Georgia for his PharmD. He has worked as a Retail Pharmacist for 14 years with 8 years of experience as a Pharmacy Manager.  Paul enjoys hiking taking in all the beautiful scenery the area has to offer and practicing piano or organ.

Certified Pharmacy Technician

Ashley Rhymer, CPHT

Ashley went to North Buncombe High School and graduated in 2003.  Her first job was in a pharmacy and she has loved that type of work ever since.  She went on to obtain national certification and now holds 15 years of experience.   She is a mother to two handsome boys and enjoys her weekends at home with them.  Ashley is a laid back person who loves the simple things in life.

We measure our success by the direct impact we have on you.  Patient care is our number one priority as we strive to help you meet your health and wellness goals.

Our Mission Statement

Here at Asheville Mountain Pharmacy, we believe that your experience should be personalized and unique.  Our caring staff is dedicated to providing you with a service that is unmatched by others.  Our expert pharmacists will take the time to answer all of your questions and our friendly, professional staff will make you feel right at home.  Being a customer-centered pharmacy means that your happiness and well-being is our top priority.  Stop by today and experience the difference a community pharmacy can make.