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Our Services

  • Do you have a discount card, or do you accept Good RX?
    Yes, we have a Prairie Hills Loyalty discount program. We do not accept Good RX, but our loyalty program has shown to be competitive or cheaper.
  • Is it OK to take medications that have expired?
    No, it is not recommended to take any medication, prescription or over the counter, that has expired. Once expired, it can affect the potency of the medication. It is recommended to take your expired medications to the bright green disposal drop box at Prairie Hills Pharmacy where it will be disposed of properly.
  • Does the pharmacist give vaccinations?
    Yes. Prairie Hills Pharmacy can administer Influenza, Shingles, Pneumonia and Covd-19 vaccinations. No appointment is necessary.
  • Does it matter what time of day I take my medications?
    Yes. Take your medication as prescribed by your doctor. This allows the medication to be the most effective and beneficial.
  • Do you mail prescriptions?
    Yes, we will mail out prescriptions if you live out of town and cannot get to the pharmacy. There is a $4.00 delivery fee.
  • How do I transfer my prescriptions to Prairie Hills Pharmacy?
    This is extremely easy! Call the Pharmacist at Prairie Hills Pharmacy and ask them to transfer your prescriptions. The Pharmacist does the work for you! They will call your existing pharmacy and ask for all of your prescriptions to be transferred over. If you need refills, the pharmacist at Prairie Hills Pharmacy will contact your medical provider for you.
  • If I am out of refills, can I still fill my prescription?
    No, you cannot. But, at Prairie Hills Pharmacy, we contact your provider for you, or if you are a returning patient, our automatic system will do this automatically.
  • Can I get all of my medications due at the same time?
    Yes. Prairie Hills Pharmacy has a system where we can generate all of your medications to be due on the same day.
  • Immunizations
    Whether you need an annual flu shot or a series of vaccines for an upcoming adventure, stop by Prairie Hills Pharmacy for a convenient way to protect yourself against various diseases. Certified pharmacists are here to administer immunizations in our private counseling area. We offer CDC-recommended immunizations that may include influenza, shingles, pneumonia, and vaccines for international travel. We make it easy for you to keep up with routine immunizations because we want you, your family, and everyone in the community to be at their best. Stop by to see our complete list of offerings
  • Long Term Care
    As a long-term care pharmacy (LTCP), we provide medications and consultant pharmacy services to long-term care facilities such as nursing homes and assisted living facilities. As a LTCP, we provide continuous access to a pharmacist as well as offer emergency delivery of medication. Our main focus is to ensure that patients have access to their medication therapies in a timely manner. We provide medication packaging in various types. Weekly and monthly disposable packaging, or weekly cassettes. Stop by and visit with our staff to set up a program that best suits you and your medical staff.
  • Medication Packaging
    If you take multiple medications throughout the day, you know how much effort goes into keeping your pills and your schedule organized. Let us organize your medicine for you. We offer various types of packaging to help you organize your medication. Packaging allows for less errors in taking medications, and also acts as a reminder to take medications consistently. We can package medications weekly or monthly. Come in and ask one of our staff about the advantages of having your medications packaged for you, or for your loved one.
  • Medicare Open Enrollment
    For Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage, Open Enrollment happens each year from October 15 to December 7. Open Enrollment is an opportunity for you to switch insurance coverage to a plan that best suits your needs. Understanding Medicare prescription plans can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services publishes online tools to help you understand plan changes and provides a 24/7 Medicare hotline (800-633- 4227 and 877-486- 2048 for TTY) to answer your questions. A third option is to talk to a trusted advisor who cares about your family’s health. We handle insurance paperwork every day. Let us share what we know to help you make an informed decision about your prescription drug coverage. Stop by our pharmacy to talk through your Medicare options. While we can’t recommend a specific plan, our pharmacist can define insurance terms using language that makes sense and discuss how a plan could affect your costs, coverage, and preferred pharmacy.
  • Medication Synchronization
    If you have multiple prescriptions to fill each month, that can mean multiple trips to the pharmacy. Ask our pharmacists or technicians about medication synchronization. We will synch your medications to allow for them to all come due at the same time, eliminating several trips to the pharmacy each month. Instead, pick up all of your medications at one convenient time.

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