Quick, convenient Rx pick-up
Save time and avoid an extra trip when you use ProHealth Pharmacy. We’re conveniently located in:
- ProHealth Oconomowoc Memorial Hospital
- ProHealth's Pewaukee clinical campus
- ProHealth Waukesha Memorial Hospital
- ProHealth Waukesha Memorial Hospital-Mukwonago
Ask your doctor to send your prescriptions to the on-site pharmacy or the location nearest you. Your prescription will be ready soon after your doctor’s visit, so you can begin treatment right away.
Skilled, helpful pharmacists
Count on your ProHealth pharmacist to get to know you and your unique health needs. Expect us to:
- Explain all new prescription drugs.
- Check for comparable generic drugs and tell you about potential cost-savings.
- Review your medications and check for possible drug interactions.
- Advise you on safe medication use.
- Answer your questions.
If you are a ProHealth Care patient with a MyChart account, you can request prescription refills online at any time. You'll receive an alert when your refill is ready to pick up at the ProHealth Pharmacy you selected. You can also call ProHealth Pharmacy to request a refill a few days before you run out of medication.
Enjoy the safety and convenience of having all your prescriptions handled by one pharmacy. Ask your pharmacist how to transfer other prescriptions to your ProHealth Pharmacy. Rely on us to make transferring prescriptions quick and easy.
Paying for prescription drugs
We’ll check for comparable generic drugs and inform you of potential cost savings. We will also work with your doctor to coordinate any preauthorizations required by your insurance plan so you can get your medications as quickly as possible.
Safe medication disposal
Protect the environment, your health and the health of those around you. Bring expired or unused prescription drugs to any ProHealth Pharmacy. You’ll find blue medication collection boxes where you can safely and anonymously get rid of old medications.
Use our medication collection boxes to dispose of:
- Pills, tablets and capsules in their original containers or a zip-top plastic bag
- Ointments, creams and lotions
- Liquid medicines (four ounces or less) in their original containers wrapped in a paper towel and sealed in a zip-top plastic bag
We do not accept needles, illegal drugs or household chemicals. Contact your community’s household hazardous waste department to learn how to throw away these items.