The UK HealthCare Specialty Pharmacy offers a friendly and knowledgeable staff dedicated to improving the lives of our patients. As a customer of our specialty pharmacy, you will obtain the highest degree of customer service and clinical oversight to assure that your specialty medication needs are addressed.
Our services will help you navigate any insurance hurdles, research for financial assistance, and provide the education and clinical monitoring needed to help you succeed with your therapy. Please contact us if you would like support for managing your specialty medications.
We will accept any prescription for a specialty medication. They may be provided via e-prescribing, fax, telephone or hard copy.
We will work with your insurance company to cover the cost of your medications. This is often called a “prior authorization,” “pre-approval” or “pre-certification.”
Even with insurance coverage, your out-of-pocket costs may be high, depending on your insurance plan. We will work with manufacturers, advocacy programs and charities to see whether you are eligible for any financial assistance.
Our pharmacists will ensure that all clinical components of your therapy are addressed, including:
Medications can be delivered to you during a visit to your UK clinic, mailed free to your home or picked up at the Kentucky Clinic Pharmacy.
Our program offers monthly refill reminders, ongoing clinical monitoring and general pharmacy support to help you succeed with your medications.
HealthCare Specialty Pharmacy is proud to contract with the following insurance
companies to provide specialty pharmacy services:
UK Albert B. Chandler Hospital - Pavilion HRoom HC201800 Rose St.Lexington KY 40536-0293
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