• 340B Prescription Program

Are you tired of paying too much for your prescriptions?

The Primary Health Network can help. We have teamed up with pharmacies throughout our service area to offer discounted pricing on all prescription medications. Through the federally-funded 340B Drug Pricing Program, we can purchase nearly every drug at a reduced cost, which means we can pass the savings on to you!

Prices may vary, but 90-day supplies of many medications are available for a considerably lower cost! There are no income requirements to qualify.


How do I get started?

First, you must be a patient at any Primary Health Network location. Your provider can send the prescription directly to your pharmacy electronically. Electronic prescriptions are quicker and safer than handwritten prescriptions. Or, you can bring a handwritten prescription from your provider to any participating pharmacy.


Are all drugs included?

Virtually all medications are included and qualify for cost savings. You can even purchase discounted over-the-counter items at the pharmacy with a written prescription from your doctor.


Can I transfer existing prescriptions?

Yes! You can choose to transfer any existing prescriptions. However, the prescription must be written by a Primary Health Network provider in order to qualify for the 340B Drug Pricing Program. All other prescriptions will be filled at your local participating pharmacy.

To transfer your prescriptions, contact your nearest participating pharmacy, and provide the staff with your prescription number(s) and the name of the pharmacy where the prescription was previously filled. Their staff can easily arrange a transfer for you.


What are my payment options?

If your insurance includes pharmacy coverage, your co-pay will be the same. If your medication is not covered by your insurance or you do not have insurance, you can qualify for Sliding Fee Scale discounts.

To enroll, complete a Sliding Fee Scale application at any PHN location, or visit our Sliding Fee Scale page for more details.


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