How can I transfer my prescriptions to Grand Pharmacy Llc?
We will need the pharmacy name and phone number to transfer your prescriptions. If you do not have any refills, we can contact your doctor directly to get new prescriptions. Call us at 630-422-3162 to begin the process or refill out the following form, and we will contact you.
I am homebound and only leave my home for a doctor’s appointment. How should I drop my prescription off at your Pharmacy?
You do not have to come to the Pharmacy to drop off or pick up your medications. Have your doctor simply send your prescriptions to Grand Pharmacy Llc. If you have already left the office, just contact us and provide us with your doctor’s name and phone number, and we will take care of the rest for you.
How can I refer a friend or family member?
We will need to have their name, their old pharmacy, and/or doctor’s information, and we will take care of the rest.
Is it free to use your delivery service?
Yes, it is free.
Will my copay be the same at your Pharmacy compared to my old Pharmacy?
Whether you have a copay or a zero copay, it will be the same amount at our Pharmacy. We also offer a wide range of copay assistance programs for eligible patients to bring their copay down as low as possible.
What if I don’t have insurance?
Even if you do not have insurance, we have plenty of available assistance programs for cash-paying patients to help them get their medications at the lowest price possible.
How can I get rid of my old medications?
The best way to dispose of your expired or no longer used medications is through a local drug take back program. Visit Controlled Substance Public Disposal Locations – Search Utility (usdoj.gov) to find a site near you.
If you are unable to go to a drug take back site, you can also dispose of your medications from home. You can flush certain medications down the sink or toilet only if it is on the FDA flush list: Drug Disposal: FDA’s Flush List for Certain Medicines | FDA. Another option is to mix your medications with dirt, cat litter or used coffee grounds. Place the mixture into a sealed bag and throw it in your household trash.
Can I stop my medication if it does not seem to be working or if I am experiencing side effects?
It is best to call your doctor or pharmacist before stopping any medication. Some side effects go away over time as your body gets used to it. Also, there are certain medications that you cannot stop abruptly since it can lead to withdrawal symptoms. Call 911 or go to your local emergency room if you are experiencing serious side effects from a medication that may cause immediate danger to your health.