Full Service Dispensing Pharmacy
New Carlisle Community Health Center Pharmacy offers full service pharmacies at many of our sites for patients of our health centers. We accept private insurance, Medicaid, and Medicare Part-D plans. Through the Federal 340B Drug Pricing Program, eligible uninsured patients can save an average of 50% off regular drug store prescription prices. Discounts are calculated according to household size and income.
- Accept most insurance plans
- A $4 generic medication program
- Sliding fees for eligible uninsured patients
- Automatic refill programs
- Medication synchronization
- Med box/adherence packaging
- Free delivery is offered at some locations
As part of each patient’s health care team, a clinical pharmacist is available to meet one-on-one with the patient in a private setting. This service is covered by most insurance companies and is available on a sliding fee scale for those without insurance. Clinical pharmacists work with each patient and his/her providers to develop an individualized medication plan. Clinical pharmacists help patients manage their medications by addressing things like cost issues, total number of pills prescribed, side effects, drug interactions, and monitoring and dealing with multiple medical providers. Pharmacists are part of the patient’s medical team and help manage many chronic diseases, including: Diabetes, Hypertension, High Cholesterol, Asthma, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and Hepatitis C, as well as other conditions such as Anxiety and Depression. Any action items or issues are immediately addressed by the patient’s medical team. Everyone is eligible for Clinical Pharmacy services. Appointments are available with the pharmacist by calling the health center’s scheduling department.
Pharmacy Residency Program
The Post Graduate Year 1 (PGY1) pharmacy residency program at Health Partners is dedicated to developing clinical practitioners capable of offering advanced patient care services within an integrated team of health care providers, with an emphasis on services for underserved populations. As a Community Pharmacy Residency, the program is dually accredited by The American Pharmacists Association and The American Society of Health System Pharmacists. Health Partners currently offers one pharmacy residency position at the Dr. Gene Wright Community Health Center.
Required Resident Learning Experiences: 12 month program (July 1 – June 30)
This program offers a 2 month orientation program encompassing policy & procedure, pharmacy software, electronic health records, and teaching affiliations. Orientation is followed by five concurrent longitudinal experiences for residency project development, medication distribution, ambulatory care, administration, and teaching in affiliation with the University of Findlay College of Pharmacy.
Health Partners uses Pharmacy Online Residency Centralized Application (PhORCAS) for the complete application process. The program code for Health Partners is: 193715
Jennifer Clark, RPh.
Director of Pharmacy Services
(419) 221-3072 ext. 1600
Kyle Glasgow, PharmD, BCACP
Clinical Pharmacy Manager
(419) 221-3072 ext. 1523
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can use the pharmacy services at our health centers?
You must be an active patient of the health center to use pharmacy services.
Can Health Partners Pharmacies fill my prescriptions from specialty providers?
Yes, as long as our health center referred you to that specialist,we coordinates your care, and you have been seen us within the past 12 months.
How can I qualify for discounted medication in the pharmacy?
Patients who are uninsured or underinsured must apply for discounted services and medications by meeting with a financial counselor to determine discount level. You will be required to bring in documentation regarding income, household size and if you have applied for insurance or medical assistance. You will be given an expiration date for your discount. This process may need to be repeated throughout the year to continue to receive medications at a discounted price.
Is the Pharmacy sliding fee the same as other departments?
The pharmacy sliding scale is different than the medical sliding scale. Pharmacy has three levels that patients fall into according to income and household size. Each medication has its own price within those discount plans. Some medications have set pricing for everyone.