How Gateway Pharmacy closed its doors and laid off its employees

The Gateway Pharmaceutica, a small pharmacy chain that operates in California, is shutting its doors.

The chain was founded in 1996 and has been expanding since.

But its expansion has come with some challenges, according to the company’s website.

It is still one of the oldest pharmacies in the country, with approximately 100 employees, and the company is still in the process of raising money.

The company said it would be closing its doors in the coming months, which will affect about 250 employees.

“We are sad to announce that Gateway Pharmacare, LLC, is closing its Doors.

Gateway Pharmacist’s staff will be leaving our doors this spring.

They have been here for the last 11 years, and they have been part of our family,” the company said in a statement.

“We have been fortunate to work with many of the same leaders who helped to start Gateway Pharmacies, but it’s time to move on.”

It’s not the first time Gateway has faced challenges.

Last year, the company laid off employees at its San Diego location, citing the state’s high number of medical marijuana patients.

And last year, Gateway was hit with a $2 million lawsuit from California, which alleged that Gateway’s employees stole patient records and improperly billed the state for those records.