Pharmacists Working With Providers
All of CHAS Health medical clinics have their own pharmacies on site, offering the convenience of picking up prescriptions in the same location right after you see your provider! CHAS Health pharmacists and providers work hand in hand to offer efficient, quality medication services to you and your family. Your medical provider can consult with your pharmacist to provide the best medication options. Whether the concern is cost, effectiveness, or potential side effects or drug interactions, together they can personalize pharmacy care to meet your healthcare goals. CHAS Health dental and behavioral health providers and dietitians may also work with your pharmacist if medication concerns arise during non-medical healthcare appointments.
Easy Prescription Pickup | Curbside & Delivery
CHAS Health pharmacies can also arrange longer refill periods and synchronize refills allowing medications to be renewed and received at the same time. If transportation is an issue, we offer curbside pick-up, home delivery, and in some locations drive-thru pharmacy services. If you are a patient at one of our clinics, you can use any pharmacies, including our Urgent Cares which offer evening and weekend hours for even more convenience.
Our in-clinic pharmacies simplify the process for patients and provide personalized care. CHAS Health pharmacists can approve medication substitutions directly with your CHAS Health provider for more efficient service, and our clinical pharmacists are available to assist patients with medication optimization to maximize health and wellness.
CHAS Health is committed to quality care for our patients, regardless of their ability to pay. If you have trouble affording your prescriptions, talk to your pharmacist. We may be able to provide prescription assistance to those who qualify.
If you are a CHAS Health patient but get your medications elsewhere, please contact your clinic pharmacy staff to learn more about how we can make getting your prescriptions more efficient and affordable!
Comprehensive pharmacy services for our patients are available at many of our clinics:
- CHAS Behavioral Health Center – North
- Cheney Health Center
- Denny Murphy Clinic
- Latah Community Health
- Lewis & Clark Health Center
- Maple Street Clinic
- Market Street Clinic
- North Central Clinic
- North County Clinic
- Perry Street Clinic
- Southgate Clinic
- Spokane Urgent Care – North
- Spokane Urgent Care – Valley
- Valley Clinic
* The Maple Street Clinic, Valley Clinic, Market Street Clinic, and Denny Murphy Clinic are closed for 30 minutes between the hours of 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm for lunch on Saturdays
** The Spokane Urgent Care – North and Spokane Urgent Care – Valley locations are closed for 30 minutes between the hours of 12:00 pm and 1:00 pm for lunch on Saturdays and Sundays
About Our Pharmacists
CHAS Health pharmacists can approve medication substitutions directly with your CHAS Health provider for more efficient service. Our clinical pharmacists are available to assist patients with medication optimization to maximize health and wellness. Clinical pharmacists have special training allowing them, in some cases, to provide direct patient care. They offer specialized prescription expertise for:
- Behavioral Health
- Emergency Medicine
- Hepatitis C
- And More!
Partnerships & Training
Additionally, we partner with other great organizations where we facilitate teaching for pharmacy students. We currently partner with:
- Washington State University
In addition to fast, friendly, and helpful service, our pharmacies also offer:
- Prescription refills
- Free prescription home delivery*
- Anticoagulation services
- Diabetes learning sessions
- Curbside Medication Pick-up
*Check with your pharmacy for eligibility.
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