Convenient specialty pharmacy program that offers our patients the benefit of having medications mailed directly to their home address.
We are pleased to offer comprehensive pharmaceutical services to our patients, physicians, and healthcare professionals through our Curant Health 340B partnership which allows the RHMPI health center network direct access to contract pharmacies through the mail order pharmacy program. Licensed pharmacists and certified pharmacy technicians provide exceptional pharmaceutical services. The pharmacy department works closely with your provider to ensure the accuracy and availability of your prescription.
You can have confidence in knowing that patients pay the same copay that is normally paid at a retail pharmacy without the added expense of driving to the local pharmacy. Visit a RHMPI Health Center to determine your eligibility and enroll in the program. Once enrolled, each patient will be assigned a care coordinator to support patients on their personalized medication pathway.
Our staff strives to improve patients’ health outcomes by providing education, hands-on training and affordable medications that are necessary for treatment and prevention. Services include filling prescriptions, providing information about medication, offering refill reminders and patient medication counseling.
Our open lines of communication enable doctors to depend on our care coordinators to aid patients’ understanding of their medications, and our care coordinators depend on our doctors to provide timely services to patients and quick responses should questions arise. Simply put, our coordinators and providers work well together to ensure excellent care to you – our patients.
RHMPI also participates in the 340B drug discount program which allows us to provide a more affordable prescription. We welcome our patients to engage with our pharmacy services coordinators about any medication and/or concern.
Available Benefits for RHMPI patients:
- Short wait times
- Affordable pricing
- $4 Prescriptions
- Medicare, most private insurance plans accepted
- No Medicaid patients are allowed