- Q: How long will you hold my prescriptions?
A: Outpatient pharmacy will hold your prescription for 14 days.
- Q: What type of identification is needed for prescription pick-up?
A: When picking up a prescription we ask that you bring a form of identification; one (1) item from list A, OR two (2) items from list B.
|List A||List B|
|Valid Illinois photo ID from the Secretary of State Office
Valid domestic or foreign driver’s license
Student picture ID
Employee picture identification card
Worker’s permit identification with picture
|Discharge papers (emergency department or Cermak Correctional Facility)
Social Security card
SSI/RSDI award letter
Voter registration card
Referral letters from state or local agencies on agency letterhead. (Examples: Any local entity such as a church, hospital, shelter, a court or government agency.)
The Core Center – If someone else is going to pick up your medication, we ask that you give them a signed letter indicating that you are allowing them to pick up your medication.
- Q: What should I do if I am picking up my last refill?
A: Patients are encouraged to see physician if they have one (1) refill left or are picking up their last refill.
- Q: If I can’t afford my medication, will I still get it?
A: You will be directed to the CareLink office to speak to a financial counselor.