Here at Care New England, we offer our patients easy access to an on-site pharmacy. Through our Meds to Beds program, patients who have been admitted to Butler, Kent, or Women & Infants hospitals, are able to have their prescriptions filled by their clinical care team and delivered to their room before they are discharged.
Need a refill after you go home? No problem. Your medications can be refilled and picked up at our main pharmacy location at Kent Hospital, or delivered to your home.
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Just as you develop a strong, lasting relationship with your physicians, nurses, and other care-delivery team members in your clinic, we believe you should have an equally trusting relationship with your specialty pharmacy team, which includes your personal specialty pharmacy liaison, a clinical pharmacist, each with a specialization in different disease states, an insurance expert and a financial assistance expert.
With this principle in mind, the Care New England Pharmacy is fully capable of integrating with the care team in your clinic.
Our pharmacy is located within the hospital and our pharmacy team is always available to serve you. Our team of clinical pharmacists and expert service representatives will educate you and support your ongoing treatment over time. They will advocate on your behalf, by helping you with insurance claims-assistance and financial assistance with your out-of-pocket expenses.
Our goal is to provide fully integrated clinic-pharmacy services in order to deliver the best possible care to you.
As part of an integrated team, our specialty pharmacy experts work together with the entire care team in your clinic to develop your personalized care plan to help manage complex, rare, and chronic medical conditions that require specialized medication therapy.
These conditions include the following:
We work with all Federal and Managed Medicare, State Medicaid, private insurance plans such as Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Health Care, and employer-managed health plans Care New England. If you do not have health insurance at this time you will not be denied clinical care or pharmacy services from the Care New England Pharmacy. Our specialty pharmacy has dedicated liaisons to help identify and obtain patient financial assistance services and programs. Please speak with one of our specialty pharmacy liaisons and request confidential help if you require it. For more information or for questions, please call (855) 981-1908.
We will work with you one-on-one, every month, to ensure you are able to take your medication as your physician prescribed. Our specialty pharmacists and patient liaisons are available to talk with you anytime you have a question or concern. When you call, a person will answer your call, not an automated system.
You will receive a reminder call before your refills are due so your specialty medication is ready when you need it. We can also fill your other prescription(s) and over-the-counter medications, and have them all conveniently delivered to your home.
No matter where you live, we'll make sure you get your medications when you need them. We can also deliver to your work or travel destination at no extra charge.
Packages are delivered in unmarked, temperature-controlled packaging to your home or other location of your choice. Packages are environmentally friendly as they do not contain Styrofoam. For refills please call (855) 981-1908.
One of our specialty pharmacy representatives may need to speak with you before we can ship a refill of specialty medication.
The Care New England Pharmacy is accredited by Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) and URAC for compliance with a comprehensive set of national standards. By choosing a healthcare provider that has achieved ACHC accreditation, you can take comfort in knowing that you will receive the highest quality of care. If you have any concerns about the product or service that you receive from the Care New England Pharmacy, you may contact ACHC directly at (855) 937-2242.
Across Care New England patients have access to a Telecommunications Device for the Deaf (TDD). Also, telephones with volume control are available if you are hearing impaired or deaf. Please request assistance from an on-site nurse if needed. Learn More about Rhode Island Relay