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Bi-Mart Pharmacy News

Bi-Mart is in the process of closing all of its pharmacies in Oregon. There are 46 Bi-Mart pharmacies. Nine of them were purchased by Walgreens. The other 37 are not being acquired. The current information is that Bi-Mart is NOT transferring prescriptions to other pharmacies and new prescriptions will need to be written by providers. You may get phone calls or questions about this.

If you’ve been affected by a pharmacy closure or expect to be, here are some actions you can take to make sure your needs are met:

  • Contact your health insurance provider. They will be able to help you find a new pharmacy or may have a home delivery service available to you.
  • Find a new pharmacy in your insurance network and call them. The new pharmacy may be able to transfer your prescriptions.
  • Call your prescribing provider. They can send your prescriptions to your new pharmacy.
  • Ask if your prescribing provider can write a prescription for a longer duration than you normally receive.
  • If you do not have insurance, please contact 211info for options in your area.

If you do not have insurance, please contact 211info for options in your area.

  • CALL: 211 or 1-866-698-6155 (language interpreters available by phone)
  • TTY: dial 711 and call 1-866-698-6155
  • WEBSITE: www.211info.org
  • TEXT: keyword ORVAX to 898211 (TXT211)
  • EMAIL: orcovid@211info.org.

You can also access the Oregon Prescription Drug Program Discount Card by enrolling online at www.opdp.org or calling 1-800-913-4146.

Please don’t go to an emergency room to fill your prescriptions.

For up to date information, please see and/or refer patients to: https://covidblog.oregon.gov/what-to-do-if-your-pharmacy-has-closed/


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