We are the preferred pharmacy for the student health insurance administered by United Healthcare. Prescription copays are generally $10 higher at a non-preferred pharmacy. Our other location, The Drugstore at O’Bleness, is also a preferred pharmacy and is located in the Castrop Center of OhioHealth O’Bleness Hospital.
We also accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express, as well as cash and personal checks. Health Savings or Flexible Spending Account Cards can be used to pay for prescriptions.
We understand the challenges to managing a tight budget and we will work hard to make certain your prescription is the lowest possible price. We will work with your insurance plan and physicians to offer lower priced generic drugs whenever possible. Please contact us directly at (740) 593-4738 if you have any questions or would like to discuss your options. We are here for you!
With Prescription Synchronization, you can now refill all your prescriptions at once. Our pharmacist will contact you one week prior to your prescription refill date to see if there are any changes that need to be made or discuss any questions you have regarding your medications. All prescriptions will then be conveniently refilled, packaged, and available for pickup on the same date every month.
Advantages of Prescription Synchronization:
• Only one monthly visit to the pharmacy in which all prescriptions are conveniently refilled, packaged, and available for pickup.
• Reduced phone calls to the pharmacy
• Personal contact with your pharmacist
• Increased adherence to medications
• Free local delivery
Sign up for Prescription Synchronization!
Prescription Synchronization is FREE for all The Drugstore at OU patients. Contact us at (740) 593-4738 to register today. Not a patient? Simply bring in all prescriptions, supplements, and vitamins or call us directly. We will take care of the rest!
When you doctor gives you a prescription for compounding, call or stop in, we will talk with you to find the best form for your drug incorporating the medication prescribed and ingredients needed to properly prepare the medication.
The art of compounding allows us to create formulations for you that are not commercially available. Turning tablets into a bubble-gum flavored liquid for a sick child, creating a customized bio-identical hormone cream for an elderly patient, incorporating pain and anti-inflammatory medication into a transdermal gel that can be applied directly to an arthritic knee, or working with man’s best friend to transform his antibiotic into a tasty treat are all part of what we do everyday.
We are problem solvers. When others quit, we look for answers and solutions to your health problems by thinking outside the box. Contact to us today for a free consultation and to see if prescription compounding is right for you.
We are the only compounding pharmacy in Southeastern Ohio and a leader in the state. Our dedicated lab is outfitted with cutting edge technology such as Electronic Mortar and Pestles (EMPs), Ohaus Balances, Flow Science Hoods, electric ointment mills, PH meters, and homogenizers to insure that our products are both pharmaceutically elegant and precise.
Because some of our patients have complicated health issues we offer complete specialized care, with a full range of services, medications and therapies to make managing manage your condition easier. Click here to refill or transfer your prescription.
Our custom packaging or “compliance” packaging service is provided to you for free and can make managing your medication more convenient while helping you stay on track with all your medications and supplements.
Give us a call or stop into our pharmacy. After some paperwork we will establish a monthly system so you can receive all your medications, once a month, all packaged with your pills organized. We will organize and package all your medications are into individual packets that are labeled with the medication, day, date and time to be taken.
By taking your medications correctly with you are more likely to stay well, make fewer clinic visits and require fewer hospitalizations.