Our job as specialty pharmacists is to make your life easier as you begin new medication therapy. We can help with more complicated meds and treatments, including HIV and cancer medications, so you get dedicated support. What does that mean exactly? We’ll work directly with your insurance provider to keep costs low, we’ll deliver meds right to your door, and you’ll even get a patient care coordinator to help you navigate your treatment.
Learning the ropes.
You can consider us your treatment experts and cheering squad all rolled into one. We’ll make sure you have everything you need—starter kits, sharps containers, educational materials—we cover it all. Check out these guides for a closer look.
- Welcome Letter
- Rights and Responsibilities
- Service Agreement
- Privacy Practices
- Patient Feedback Form
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Important Information
Please do not include any confidential or sensitive information such as medical information, refill requests, Social Security numbers, or credit cards in your email to us.
We can help with specialty medications, such as therapies for hepatitis C, cancer, and inflammatory/autoimmune diseases.
What comes next?
Once your doctor sends in a prescription, we’ll contact you to begin our patient onboarding program. We’ll make sure you have everything you need to begin treatment, and we’ll explain our process and how it all works.
We want you to take advantage of the many great services we provide, so we’ll also help manage all your other meds. We can align everything to refill at the same time with our Sync Your Refills® program, not to mention the many other perks of calling us your home pharmacy.
Transfer Additional Medications
Tracking your package.
Expecting a delivery from us? See where it is and when you can expect it via UPS. You’ll just need the shipping confirmation number provided to you.
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Tell us what you think!
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We love talking to prescribers, manufacturers, and payors about how we can work together to help patients with their treatment. Check out our business site to learn more about us.
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