Lopez Island Pharmacy


Click here for our new and improved online refill ordering  rev: 01/24/2018

A really nice story in the “Island Weekly” about women in business and the pharmacy

Current information on what type of vaccines we offer (As of 01/24/2018) ** Important information about a limited program for a special program for under-insured or no insured patients.

We bill 99% of all the vaccinations we give.  Medicare pays 100% for all flu shots as well as Pneumonia Shots. 

This year we have put all the vaccination questionnaires on this site, so if you fill it out online your wait time will be less.  All Vaccination Questionnaires can be found by clicking this link. 

If you’ve never been vaccinated at Lopez Island Pharmacy or had a prescription filled by us you will also need to fill out a New Patient Form at this link.

Check this site often for updates.  We will check your vaccination record when doing your flu shot and may recommended that you also get the new Pneumonia Vaccine at the same time.  Medicare covers both these vaccines at no cost to the patient.

NEW* On line and printable forms for new patients or animals 08/29/2015

The “Dark Side ” of health care, news that will affect your health and your wallet

Minor emergencies that we can help with

How do I reorder a prescription that I’ve filled before at Lopez Island Pharmacy?

Never been to our pharmacy, but need a prescription.  Click here for some helpful information, yes we also fill prescriptions for animals.

I need a prescription transferred from another pharmacy to Lopez Island Pharmacy, what do I do?

Healthcare “Catch of the Day” or what we do behind the scenes! ** New Post 06/14/2016 **

Medicare Part D Drug Plan Information  revised for 2016/2017

Things your mother never told you about insurance, prescriptions in particular

Those we may have forgotten – A work in progress of Lopezians who are no longer with us. * NEW FEATURE-Scanned Programs from Memorial Services


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