Don't get caught without your medication!

Grand Ronde Health and Wellness Center Pharmacy Hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday – 8:00a.m. to 5:30p.m., closed 12:30p.m. to 1:30p.m.

Thursdays – 9:30a.m. to 5:30p.m., closed 12:30p.m. to 1:30p.m.

REFILL LINE: 503-879-2342

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The Pharmacy can serve all patients regardless of where they are seen. We provide pharmaceutical services to Tribal Members, Native Americans of other tribes, Tribal employees, and community members. Mail order delivery is also available to all clients. Anyone receiving prescriptions from the pharmacy needs to be entered into the Patient Registration system. This is a one-time process which involves filling out a Patient Registration form.

The pharmacy program is committed to providing each individual patient with quality medication, quality medication counseling and quality medication review. By working cooperatively with medical providers our goal is to improve your quality of life with as little drug intervention as possible.

Usually the last stop in your visit to the Health and Wellness Center, we ask that you be patient with us as we give you and your prescriptions the necessary attention they deserve. You should expect a fifteen-minute wait for each prescription written. If there are clarifications needed from your provider, it may take longer. Why so long? For each and every prescription received a review is done to determine the safety and effectiveness of the treatment prescribed. Each prescription is reviewed for the following:

• Correct patient • Legality of orders • Completeness of order • Allergies • Appropriateness of drug therapy for diagnosis and patient • Interactions with other medications • Contraindications • Dosage appropriateness

If any problems arise from this screening the pharmacy staff will consult with the provider before dispensing the medication.

Before leaving the pharmacy our goal is to provide you with the necessary information about your medication(s) so that you will know what your expected outcome should be. You should report any variation from what is expected to either the pharmacy or the medical provider. Before leaving you should know:

• Why you are taking this particular medication • The administration route of the medication • How often to take your medication and for how long • Storage requirements • Drug/drug and drug/food interactions • Desired outcome • Potential side effects

Each time you visit the pharmacy for medication (refills included) the pharmacy will consult with you on the effectiveness of your treatment. The pharmacy shares your thoughts and concerns with your provider and if necessary your provider or pharmacy staff may ask that you return to the clinic for further evaluation. As a provider/ pharmacist/patient team we can achieve quality health care.

Prescriptions received from this facility for any Grand Ronde Tribal Member are free of charge, unless the medication is one that is not covered by the Tribal health plan. Non-Native American patients incur a charge for services. Under certain circumstances there will be a charge for services to Native Americans; this can be further clarified by calling our staff at 503-879-2342.

The Notice of Privacy Practices for the Grand Ronde Health & Wellness Center is available to you by following this link: Click Here