GHC-SCW has pharmacies at Capitol, Hatchery Hill and Sauk Trails Clinics. Using GHC-SCW pharmacies mean you’ll get:
- Competitive pricing and lower costs overall because GHC-SCW is a not-for-profit organization.
- Access to our pharmacy staff who are part of your care team.
- Refills returned quickly because the pharmacy staff work closely with your Primary Care Provider.
- Someone to take the time to listen to your questions, flag when you might need a different medication and go the extra mile to take care of you.
GHC-SCW Pharmacy Benefits
Call the GHC-SCW pharmacy that you want to transfer your existing prescription to. They’ll reach out to your previous pharmacy to start the transfer process.
Unsure why you are taking medications or want to know more about your medications? Meet with a GHC-SCW Clinical Pharmacist!
- Review your medications in detail and answer any questions you may have.
- Look for lower cost alternatives medications.
- Help manage blood pressure, diabetes, and cholesterol.
- The anticoagulation pharmacists manage follow up for patients on blood thinners.
Clinical pharmacists are located at:
- GHC-SCW Capitol Clinic: 608-252-1415
- GHC-SCW East Clinic: 608-441-3980
- GHC-SCW Hatchery Hill Clinic: 608-661-7261
- GHC-SCW Sauk Clinic: 608-662-5081
- Anticoagulation Clinic: 608-663-2945
GHC-SCW pharmacies offer free mail delivery of your prescriptions.
- Conveniently order and pay online via your GHCMyChart account.
- Allow 3-5 days for delivery. Depending on current US Postal Service volume, your prescription may take up to one week to arrive.
- Certain medications cannot be shipped. This includes refrigerated items, Schedule II medications, injectable and some liquids.
Please call Sauk Trails Pharmacy at (608) 831-1773 with questions. Or request mailed prescriptions through your GHCMyChart account.
You’ll now see a QR code on your prescription bottles. Meds On Cue QR codes will take you to educational videos and more specific to your prescription medications. These resources explain your medications use, benefits and potential side effects. We want you to know how to take your medications safely and effectively.
You can learn more about Meds On Cue here.
Most health plans have a prescription drug benefit. Understanding how your plan benefits work can help you manage your costs for the medication you need.