Providing low-cost prescriptions and immunizations for our patients through the 340B Program.
Community Health Alliance has on-site pharmacies at our Wells Ave. and Sparks locations. As a non-profit health center, Community Health Alliance receives special pricing from pharmaceutical companies for our patients through the 340B program.
What does being a part of the 340B program mean for our patients? Highly discounted medication, sometimes as much as 90 percent + off of regular retail pricing. This makes paying for prescription drugs manageable for uninsured patients. We also have agreements with local pharmacies – CVS, Walgreens and Walmart – to provide low-cost prescriptions for our patients.
In addition, we provide low-cost or no-cost immunizations. Community Health Alliance is a Vaccines For Children (VFC) registered provider through its pharmacy. The VFC program is a federally-funded program that provides vaccines at no cost to children who might not otherwise be vaccinated because of inability to pay. CDC buys vaccines at a discount and distributes them to grantees – such as Community Health Alliance – which in turn distribute them at no charge.
Community Health Alliance’s pharmacy accepts Medicaid and Medicare, most private insurances, and has a sliding scale fee for those without insurance.
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