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UK's Chandler Retail Pharmacy begins 24/7 service

Chandler Retail Pharmacy

/ by UK HealthCare

In an effort to better serve our patients and our community, UK HealthCare's Chandler Retail Pharmacy is moving to 24-hour service seven days a week. The new hours begin the evening of Jan. 22.

The pharmacy, located in Chandler Hospital Pavilion A behind the gift shop, offers:

  • Convenient mail-order service.
  • $4 drug program, offering 30-day supplies of many medications for just $4. (See for a list of eligible medications.)
  • Online prescription refills.
  • Medication therapy management.
  • Flu shots and other vaccines administered on site.
  • Tobacco-cessation support.
  • Half off most prescription copays for UK-HMO members.
  • Expert pharmacists who can answer questions about medications.

Now, those who need a prescription filled after hours, including those who visit our Twilight Children's Clinic or our emergency departments, will have a safe, convenient option right here at UK HealthCare. No more late-night runs across town with a sick child or family member to find an all-night pharmacy. Chandler Hospital is always open – and security is always present, so our customers can have peace of mind.

The pharmacy accepts prescriptions written by any provider – not just those at UK HealthCare – and accepts most insurance plans.

Chandler Retail Pharmacy staff will also be able to refill prescriptions previously filled at any of our other UK HealthCare Retail Pharmacy locations: Kentucky Clinic, University Health Service, Good Samaritan and Turfland.

We are pleased to be able to offer this service. For more information about our retail pharmacies, call 859-218-3340 or visit

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