To “flatten the curve,” it is important for everyone, regardless of their health, to stay home and only go out when absolutely necessary. If you take maintenance medications to manage your health, it is not necessary to go to the pharmacy.
Receive Your Prescriptions in the Mail
As part of Carilion Clinic’s thorough and ongoing efforts to protect patients, staff and our communities, Carilion’s Pharmacy offers a mail-order service to have maintenance medications mailed directly to your home.
Carilion Clinic Pharmacy is waiving the fee for this service for the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This offer is open to everyone who use maintenance medications to manage their health—even if you currently use another pharmacy. Carilion Clinic Pharmacy will take care of transferring your prescriptions for you.
To enroll in this service, call 540-853-0905.
Refill Your Prescriptions 30 Days Early
Also in response to current events, the Pharmacy can refill your prescriptions 30 days earlier.
If you are caring for a loved one and want to arrange for their prescriptions for them, you must know their name and date of birth.
If you are caring for a loved one and want to arrange for their prescriptions for them, you must know their name and date of birth. If your loved one uses another pharmacy, we can transfer their prescriptions for you. You must know which pharmacy and which medications your loved one wants filled.
To refill your prescriptions 30 days early, call 540-853-0905.
And please call Carilion Clinic Pharmacy with any questions you may have. The entire Pharmacy team remains here to help throughout this crisis.
This article was reviewed by Chad Alvarez, Pharm.D., M.B.A., senior director of the retail pharmacies at Carilion Clinic.
Visit CarilionClinic.org/coronavirus for up-to-date information about our response to COVID-19. Call our Community Hotline for general questions about symptoms, resources, guidelines and more,
COVID-19 Community Hotline
Monday - Friday, 8 a.m - 5 p.m.
Do not call the Community Hotline to make appointments, or to request testing or test results. For information about COVID-19 and your personal health, talk with your primary care provider.