What insurance programs do you accept?
Bitterroot Drug accepts and bills all prescription insurance plans, including Medicare Part D Plans and Medicaid. Simply present your insurance or Medicare card at the pharmacy on your first visit; Bitterroot Drug will bill your prescription insurance for payment.
Prefer to pay cash, or have a co-pay? We offer competitive cash pricing on all prescription medications, and if your plan calls for a co-pay, most co-pays are the same amount at any pharmacy.
I’m feeling overwhelmed about choosing a Medicare Prescription Plan. Can you advise me?
Turning 65 and not sure which Medicare Prescription Plan is right for you? The Pharmacist Consultant at Bitterroot Drug uses your prescription history to explore all available options in order to find a plan that best meets your needs and your budget. Call to schedule an appointment.
How do I transfer my prescriptions to Bitterroot Drug?
Simply call us or bring your existing medications into the Pharmacy and we will handle the rest for you.
What should I do with outdated or unneeded medications?
Don’t ever flush medications down the drain, or risk leaving them in your medicine cabinet. Bitterroot Drug will safely dispose of unused or outdated medications, keeping these medications from harming another person or our environment. Bring your unwanted medications in any time for free disposal.
I don’t have any refills left on my prescription. What do I do?
Contact our pharmacy team and they will be happy to contact your physician or prescriber on your behalf to ensure you get the medications you need.
I can’t afford all of my medications. Can you help?
We have several options for patients who cannot afford their medications. First, we will review your prescriptions to learn if a less expensive alternative or generic formula may be available. We can also connect you to the 340B Discount Program, a Federal program offered in conjunction with Marcus Daly Hospital and Sapphire Community Health to provide discounted brand name prescriptions regardless of patient’s income level. Ask about it at your next visit.
I still have a few questions. Who should I talk to?
Stop by the Pharmacy at any time, or simply email your questions to email@example.com.