The Lower Lights Christian Health Center Pharmacy is located inside the Health Center (N. Yale Entrance).
Lower Lights Pharmacy
1160 W. Broad Street
Columbus, Ohio 43222
We fill prescriptions written by LLCHC providers, provide excellent counseling and drug information services, and answer questions. Prescriptions are available at a reduced cost, as low as $10 or less per prescription.
LLCHC Pharmacy Hours
Monday through Friday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Saturday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Phone: (614) 947 – 7615
To request a refill from your provider, call (614) 274-1455 option 2 or request via the patient portal.
To speak with a pharmacy staff member, call (614) 274-1455 option 4.
(This fall) Flu Shots – no appointment necessary!
Walk-in flu shots will be available this fall through the LLCHC Pharmacy weekdays from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm and Saturday 8:00 am – 12:00 pm.
To receive a flu shot through the pharmacy:
Must be a patient of Lower Lights Christian Health Center
Age 7 or older (18 or older if have CareSource insurance) *
Not on Medicare Part B *
* Call (614) 274-1455 option 1 to make an appointment to receive your flu shot during a regular appointment if you do not meet the criteria.
Most insurance plans cover the cost of the flu shot. If you do not have insurance, the fee is $10.
New! Expansion of the Pharmacy Discount Program
Patients who qualify for a sliding fee through the Pharmacy Discount Program may now fill their prescriptions at select retail pharmacies for as low as $10 a prescription.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
LLCHC Discount Pharmacy Program
Q: How does the Pharmacy Discount Program Work?
A: Patients with incomes at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level are able to get their medications for as low as $10 when they apply for a Sliding Fee Discount. They may then fill their prescriptions written by an LLCHC provider using their LLCHC Pharmacy Discount Card at the Lower Lights Pharmacy or select retail pharmacies including nine Kroger stores and Dave’s Pharmacy in Marysville. The program allows patients to obtain many prescription medications at pharmacy locations closest and most convenient to them.
Q: How can I apply for the Pharmacy Discount Program?
A: Patients of LLCHC may apply for the Pharmacy Discount Program when they check in for an appointment or by meeting with a front desk receptionist at one of the Lower Lights sites. Income verification and ID is required. Your most recent income tax return is the best proof of income, but you may also bring in pay stubs (representing one month), W-2’s, Social Security documents and 1099’s. Please provide income for the whole household as well as how many people live in your household.
Q: Which retail pharmacies accept the LLCHC Pharmacy Discount Card?
A: The retail network presently consists of nine Kroger Pharmacy locations in Columbus (listed here) and Dave’s Pharmacy in Marysville. Patients can also use the Pharmacy Discount Card at the Lower Lights Pharmacy located at 1160 W Broad Street in Columbus.
Q: Can I fill all of my prescriptions using my LLCHC Pharmacy Discount Card?
A: There is a limited list of medications available at participating retail pharmacies. The medications on the list include the most difficult to obtain, and typically the most expensive medications. Some examples of covered medications are insulin and inhalers. Some medications outside of this formulary, such as common antibiotics, are often already available at discounted rates at retail pharmacies. If in doubt, ask your provider if your prescription is covered on the list available at participating retail pharmacies.
*Please note: Lower Lights Pharmacy always has the most medication options available at the lowest cost. Also, any medication substitutions are always easier at the LLCHC pharmacy.
Q: How will the retail pharmacy know about the LLCHC Pharmacy Discount Program?
A: When a Pharmacy Discount Card is issued to a patient, it includes a group number that corresponds to the appropriate sliding fee. The card will bear a BIN and PCN number that will identify Lower Lights Christian Health Center. It is the responsibility of the patient to present the card to the contracted pharmacy each time they visit the location.
Q: How will the contracted pharmacy know about LLCHC and the sliding scale?
A: When a sliding fee card is issued to a patient, it includes a group number that corresponds to the appropriate sliding fee. The card will bear a BIN and PCN number that will identify Lower Lights Christian Health Center.
Q: What happens if I lose my Pharmacy Discount Card?
A: It is the responsibility of the patient to present the card at the participating pharmacy each time they visit. The pharmacy does not keep patient information on file. To obtain a replacement for your Pharmacy Discount Card, speak to a receptionist at a Lower Lights site. No appointment is necessary.
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