The Cullman Regional Pharmacy is your immediate one-stop source to have your prescription medications filled quickly and easily. We’ve made it simple for you to pick up your medications after leaving the hospital or your doctor’s office, avoiding another stop on the way home.
About the Cullman Regional Pharmacy
Cullman Regional benefits from having the Cullman Regional Pharmacy conveniently located on its campus. Cullman Regional’s Pharmacy is a full-service retail pharmacy that serves Cullman Regional discharge patients, employees and anyone in the community. Our pharmacy has the ability to fill outpatient prescriptions as well as provide prescription drug counseling, comprehensive medication reviews and immunization services. Our prices are comparable to other pharmacies in the area and we accept most major insurance plans.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the Cullman Regional Pharmacy accept all major insurance plans?
Yes, all major insurance plans, including Aetna and Medco, are accepted.
Where is the Cullman Regional Pharmacy located?
The pharmacy is located in the Cullman Regional Urgent Care Center. (1958 AL Hwy 157 Cullman, AL 35058)
How do I order refills?
Refills can be ordered in person or by phone. Call 256.737.2633 and you can speak directly to someone during business hours. Off-hours, you can leave a voice message and we will get back with you as soon as possible.
How early should I order refills?
While we strive to refill orders the same day, we recommend that you order refills when you have a 5-7 day supply of medication left so that there will be no interruption in your medication regimen. This allows our staff to process refill authorization requests and address other possible issues with insurance and/or medication supply.
How do I transfer my prescriptions from another pharmacy to the Cullman Regional Pharmacy?
During your first visit to the pharmacy, we will get the required information to request a transfer of existing, transferable prescriptions from your current pharmacy or medical provider. In addition, we will need to see your insurance cards and gather some basic information.
Does the Cullman Regional Pharmacy offer competitive pricing?
Yes, Cullman Regional’s pharmacy prices are comparable to or lower than other retail pharmacies.
Can Cullman Regional employees use the pharmacy?
Yes, all Cullman Regional employees can get prescriptions filled at the pharmacy for themselves and their family members.
Is the pharmacy at Cullman Regional only available for Cullman Regional patients and employees?
No, the Cullman Regional Pharmacy is available to everyone in the community, including visitors, patients, employees and physicians.
What if the pharmacy is unable to fill my medication?
There are a couple of reasons why we may not be able to fill your medication. The pharmacy has access to most specialty medications; however if we do not carry a specific medication, we will direct your prescription to the appropriate pharmacy that can fill your order.
While we are able to dispense medications for most insurance companies, sometimes an insurance company will require us to transfer the prescription to another pharmacy. If you are required to fill your prescription at another pharmacy, we will transfer the prescription to the other pharmacy and contact you about this change.
Who do I call if I think I’m having a reaction to a new prescription?
Side effects from medications are varied. If you are experiencing general discomfort such as nausea, a rash or a headache, contact your doctor’s office. If you are experiencing chest pain, hives, a rash all over your body, or severe shortness of breath, call 911.
Does the pharmacy stock injectable medications?
Yes, the pharmacy stocks common injectable medications and will accommodate special requests as well.
Does the outpatient pharmacy stock medical supplies?
Yes, the pharmacy stocks some commonly used medical supplies and is able to special-order supplies not in stock.
Does the pharmacy provide basic vaccinations?
Yes, we are able to administer common vaccinations including flu, shingles and pneumonia.