Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Free & Low Cost Medications

$4.00 Generic Prescriptions are available at Walmart and Target stores.

To get the list of Medications, go
Click on Healthy Values Visit our Pharmacy
Click on $4.00 Prescriptions
The list will show all $4.00 medications covered
Go to the bottom of the page to Target Services
Click on Pharmacy
Click on Generic Drugs are $4.00 each
The list will show all $4.00 medications covered
Publix Pharmacies Launch Free Prescription Drug Program in All Operating Areas
LAKELAND, Fla., Aug. 6, 2007 — Beginning today, Publix Super Markets chainwide is offering a free prescription drug program at its 684 Publix Pharmacies for the following oral antibiotics
Sulfamethoxazole/Trimethoprim (SMZ-TMP)
Ciprofloxacin (excluding ciprofloxacin XR)Penicillin
VKAmpicillin and
Erythromycin (excluding Ery-Tab).

These antibiotics account for almost 50 percent of the generic, pediatric prescriptions filled at Publix. New or current customers simply need to provide their Publix pharmacist with their prescription, up to a 14-day supply, and it will be filled at no charge. Publix is not limiting the number of prescriptions customers may fill for free.

"Health and wellness is crucial to every Floridian's quality of life and paramount to the vitality of our state," said Florida Governor Charlie Crist. "We appreciate great partners like Publix Super Markets working to further provide affordability and accessibility to quality prescription drugs for working families and seniors."

"We are always striving to provide our customers with service and value," said Dwaine Stevens, Publix media and community relations manager. "With health care and prescription costs on the rise, our free prescription drug program will reinforce our commitment to the total health and wellness of our customers and their families."

The free antibiotics are offered to customers regardless of their prescription insurance provider.

Publix History
Founded in 1930, Publix Super Markets has developed into a Fortune 500 company spread across the Southeast.

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