Pharmacy

Pharmacy Services

The Center for Family Health’s Pharmacy is located on the first floor of the downtown Jackson facility, 505 N. Jackson St. Anyone can have a prescription filled at the Pharmacy. You do not have to be a Center patient. The Pharmacy accepts most insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid. Through the Center’s HealthPay, a sliding discount plan, prescription cost can be reduced for Center patients who are income eligible. Unfortunately, the cost of medicine cannot be reduced to zero.Pharmacy

Phone: (517) 748-5400 
Fax: (517) 748-5410

Hours: 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday • 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

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Sign up for Text Alerts

Through RxReady, the Center for Family Health will text you on your cell phone to let you know that your prescription is ready to be picked up.  Once you activate this service by talking to the Pharmacy, you will receive a text reminder if you forget to pick up a prescription. RxReady works with major cell carriers.

PharmacyPrescription Refills

To refill your prescription from the Center for Family Health’s Pharmacy, call (517) 748-5400. Choose option 1 to request a refill on your current prescription, and punch in your prescription number on your telephone keypad, or choose option 3 to speak with a pharmacy staff member.

If you are a medical patient at the Center and your prescription no longer has any refills, there are two ways to request a new prescription. You can request a refill online through MyChart. Click here to learn more about MyChart. You can also make a request by phone. Call the Center’s number at (517) 748-5500 and ask for the medication refill line.  If it is after business hours, push option 2.  You will need to give the following information:  patient name (please spell), date of birth, provider’s name, medication name/strength/directions, phone number where you can be reached, and which pharmacy (and location) you would like to use.

Prescription Assistance

The Center can help if you have no prescription coverage or if you simply cannot afford your medications. Cost reductions, through the Center’s HealthPay plan, are available Pharmacyfor patients who are income eligible. Even if the cost is reduced, all patients still pay something.

Disposal of Unwanted Medications

Do you have expired or unwanted medications in your home? The Center for Family Health Pharmacy has a drop box in its lobby to provide safe and convenient disposal of prescription and over-the-counter medications through the MedDrop program. Cliereck h to learn more.

Our People Make the Difference

Without the Center for Family Health, I’d still be self-medicating and I wouldn’t be getting better. Thanks to them, the door to health care opened again for me. Anyone who does not have a doctor should definitely check them out.

Karen Barrett - Jerome, MI
Karen Barrett