The right medicine for the right person taken at the right time in the right dose is critical.
Your doctor has tried very hard to make the correct diagnosis for your condition and thought long and hard about the right medicine to use. The pharmacist is very diligent to accurately fill the prescription and to answer any questions that you may have and to work with your insurance company to get the best value for your dollar. Now you have to do your part: Know your medicines (what they look like and what they’re for), how and when to take them (empty stomach, full stomach, bedtime or breakfast), who to call if there is a problem (side effects or something just doesn’t feel right or I can’t afford it). We’re here to help with all of these questions.