LMH Health System Pharmacy
Meds to Beds Brings Medication to Your Bedside
What is this service?
LMH Health System Pharmacy offers a great service to patients going home from the hospital. We will fill your prescriptions at our pharmacy and deliver them directly to your room. We know it can be hard to make it by the pharmacy and want you to have your new medications when you leave the hospital. We want to make sure you have the best transition as you leave the hospital.
We also want to make sure you understand any changes to your medication. We communicate your medication information to your local pharmacist and primary care provider. This service is optional, but we enjoy serving your pharmacy needs while you're at LMH Health.
What are the benefits?
When your doctor has cleared you to head home, LMH Health pharmacy personnel will bring your medication to your room before you leave. One of our pharmacists will come to your room and have a conversation with you about your medications. We have over-the-counter medication you may need as well.
How much does it cost?
The delivery service costs nothing! The only thing you are required to pay for is your medication. You can pay with cash, check or credit card upon delivery. We provide you with a 30-day supply of your prescribed medicine. We transfer remaining refills to your preferred pharmacy and communicate any and all medication changes with your pharmacist. Additionally, we will send your primary care provider and updated medication list.
Each pharmacy has varying prices on medicine. We are able to bill most prescription insurances and will call you with prices before we come to your room. The cost of your prescription will not be added to your overall hospital bill. Most often, we will charge what your insurance has set for you. You will be responsible for any co-payment when your prescriptions are delivered to you.
What if I have prescription insurance?
To access your prescription insurance, please provide your prescription insurance card to the LMH Health admissions clerk. If, however, you do not have your insurance card, pharmacy personnel will assist you to get the necessary information. If you do not have prescription insurance, you are still welcome to use this service.
To sign up for this service, simply inform admissions, nursing or pharmacy staff that you are interested and they will provide you with any and all assistance needed.