Pharmacy services are available only to CHC patients. We provide:

  • Convenient on-site pharmacies.
  • Prescriptions provided at reduced prices, ranging from $6 to $10 or more, depending upon the medication. 
  • Various programs available to help patients obtain prescription medications. 

This service is provided at these locations:

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Does CHC have a Pharmacy?

CHC operates a pharmacy in each of our medical clinics. Our pharmacies accept Basic Health, Healthy Options, Medicaid, and Medicare Part D. We offer discount prescription prices (based on family size and income) for patients with no insurance. Pharmacy staff will find the lowest price for your prescriptions.

How do I get my prescription filled?

Your CHC doctor can send the prescription directly to the pharmacy, or give you a written document to turn in at the pharmacy. Assuming your medication is in stock, your prescription will be filled while you wait. Wait times can vary depending on how many other people are ahead of you. If you do not have insurance, and would like to apply for a discount, please bring proof of income with you.

How do I get my prescription refilled?
Please call the CHC pharmacy nearest you for prescription refills. They will contact your provider if any information is necessary. Please allow 72 hours for refills to be ready in case your medication needs to be ordered or your provider needs to be contacted.
Can I get a prescription from a non-CHC doctor filled at a CHC pharmacy?

As long as you have been seen at a CHC clinic within the past 18 months and are found in our computer systems, we can fill your prescription. Please call ahead to double check. See each site's pharmacy phone number in the column to the left. 

I'm worried about my privacy, who will see my health information?

At the offices of Community Health Center of Snohomish County, we are committed to treating and using your protected health information responsibly. The Notice of Privacy Policies describes the personal information we collect, and how and when we use or disclose that information. It also describes your rights as they relate to your protected health information. Learn more about our Privacy Policy.