Your Neighbor: Benefits of an Independent Pharmacist
Your local independent pharmacists are your most accessible health care professionals and take the time to truly connect and consult with each patient they serve. They work on the front lines as highly knowledgeable medication experts who are committed to and care about the local communities they serve.
If you haven't considered a local independent pharmacy in the past, now more than ever is the time to know that your pharmacist has your back, because we are all in this together.
Find your local independent pharmacy today!
Now, more than ever, your independent pharmacists are there for you, whether it is providing accessible health care support during the COVID-19 health crises or consulting customers on their medicine choices, they have your back.
Choosing a local independent pharmacy will provide added benefits to you and your family.
Cut Down Medication Costs
Supporting Your Neighborhood
Guide You to the Best Outcomes
Easier On You
Transferring Prescriptions is Easy
Transferring your prescriptions to a local independent pharmacy is easier than you think. It is 3 easy steps and an independent pharmacist will take care of most of it for you.
STEP 1: Find an Independent Pharmacy
If you don't have a favorite independent pharmacy yet, find one using our pharmacy locator. Check all the ways the pharmacy makes it easy for you to access medication when you need it - hand-delivery options, medication packaging, etc.
STEP 2: Transferring Existing Prescriptions - One Phone Call
Ask the new independent pharmacy to transfer your profile from your old pharmacy. It only takes one phone call to transfer refills from your old pharmacy to a new one.
Transferring your profile can take anywhere between 1 to 3 days before prescriptions will be moved and can be refilled when appropriate for pickup or delivery.
STEP 3: Tell Your Doctor
Tell all of your doctors and prescribers that you have transferred to a new pharmacy and update any current prescriptions.
Ideally, you should be filling all of your prescriptions at one pharmacy, so your pharmacist can have your complete medical profile. With this information a pharmacist can be of more help to you - they can alert you to potentially dangerous interactions, suggest consolidating medications, or find more cost-effective options.