We provide inpatient pharmacy services at each of our three hospitals. As a result, we can meet the needs of our patients during their stay. We match patients with their correct medication using bar code scanning technology. This enhances patient safety. In addition, we have automated dispensing cabinets integrated with our medical information system for drug distribution to our patients. Our electronic medical information system uses technology that supports our prescribers and pharmacists in checking for allergies, drug interactions, and contraindications when entering prescription orders.
Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center offers an Outpatient Pharmacy. This is a convenient option for handling all of your medication and medical support needs. Services are available to all Ephraim McDowell Health Associates and their dependents. In addition, the services are available to our patients, visitors, and the community. The Outpatient Pharmacy is located inside the Third Street entrance. We have reserved 15-minute parking at the entrance for our customers’ convenience.
Besides filling your prescriptions, our Outpatient Pharmacy also offers:
- Over-the-counter medications
- Health and beauty aids
- Bandages and other medical supplies
- Nutritional products and vitamins
- Naloxone rescue kits
- Rapid flu and strep testing
You may request a refill of a current prescription by calling (859) 239-1706.
Monday – Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
*Please allow 48 hours for refill prescriptions to be complete. Please allow 24 hours for new prescriptions that are not acute medications. Acute medications will still be a priority for same day pick-up.
Special Pharmacy Services
Discharge Services. Before your discharge from Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center, you can have your prescriptions filled at our Outpatient Pharmacy by asking your provider to prescribe the discharge prescriptions to the EMRMC Pharmacy electronically, ask your nurse to fax the prescription or ask your family to bring the prescription to us.
Concierge “Meds to Beds” Pharmacy Service. You may also use the concierge pharmacy service if you are being discharged from Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center by notifying your nurse that you would like this service. Ask your provider to electronically prescribe the discharge prescriptions to EMRMC Pharmacy or ask your nurse to turn in your discharge medications to the pharmacy. Once the prescriptions are filled, a pharmacy team member will deliver them to you right in your room.
Home Infusion Services. If your health care provider has prescribed home infusion medications for you, we can assist with providing those medications. Home infusion medications will be delivered to your home by a home care delivery driver or a home care delivery representative. Our Home Infusion Pharmacy is located inside Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center, located at 217 South Third Street in Danville. Patients can contact us by calling (859) 239-1765. To learn more about the services we can provide, please see our Home Infusion Pharmacy Patient Guide below.
Patients may also provide feedback about the home infusion pharmacy services provided to them by completing our Patient Satisfaction Survey.
Providers who want to provide a referral for home infusion pharmacy services may complete our Patient Referral Form and fax it to (859) 239-1766.
Anticoagulation Clinic. If you are taking an anticoagulation medication (such as warfarin or Coumadin®), your doctor may refer you to our Anticoagulation Clinic. We offer a point of care testing (INR) during the visit and adjust the dose to reach the targeted INR.
340B Prescription Program. Through the 340B Prescription Program, Ephraim McDowell Outpatient Pharmacy offers a reduced cash price on medications and subsequent refills for eligible patients who do not have prescription insurance benefits. You are eligible if you are seen at an Ephraim McDowell Health hospital or eligible clinic and are uninsured, have a high deductible insurance plan, have a gap in coverage for Medicare Part D (also known as the “donut hole”), or are prescribed a drug not covered by your insurance. No fees or enrollment is required.
The following Ephraim McDowell Health facilities participate in the 340B Prescription Program.
- Ephraim McDowell Central Kentucky Surgeons
- Ephraim McDowell Urology
- Danville Family Physicians
- Ephraim McDowell Specialty Center (Pulmonology, Gastroenterology, Infectious Disease, Podiatry, Endocrinology, Sleep Medicine, Thoracic Surgery)
- Ephraim McDowell Heart & Vascular Institute
- North Garrard Family Medical Center
- Ephraim McDowell Behavioral Health
- Ephraim McDowell Ear, Nose & Throat
- Fort Logan Walk-in & Primary Care
- Ephraim McDowell Cancer Support Clinic
- Ephraim McDowell Liberty Family Medical Center
- Harrodsburg Family Medical Center
- Ephraim McDowell Garrard Clinic
- Ephraim McDowell Walk-In & Primary Care
- Ephraim McDowell Family & Internal Medicine
- Ephraim McDowell Springfield Family Medical Center
- Ephraim McDowell Dedman Primary Care
- Ephraim McDowell Mercer Pediatrics
- Ephraim McDowell Wound Healing Center
- Ephraim McDowell Home Infusion Pharmacy
- Ephraim McDowell Bariatric Center
- Ephraim McDowell Eye & Vision Center
- Hope Clinic
Are you eligible?
Patients who have prescription insurance and opt to use our Ephraim McDowell Outpatient Pharmacy or contracted 340B pharmacies pay their normal copays according to their insurance provider. Please contact us at (859) 239-1706 if you have any questions regarding your eligibility.
To learn more about the Pharmacy Department at EMH, please check out our 2021 Annual Report.