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Getting Your Prescription

Your pharmacy benefit
You have the choice to get your prescription medication where you need it from any of our in-network pharmacies. Closures and staff shortages have recently made getting prescriptions more difficult but there are options available that can help you avoid the long lines to pick up your prescriptions.

Pharmacies that deliver
Delivery of your prescriptions is an option with some pharmacies. Checking the pharmacies website to see if they deliver is one option. The other option is calling your local pharmacy to see if they deliver. Reaching your pharmacy by phone is difficult right now. Please call in off times and continue to try. Your retail pharmacy team is doing the best they can to fill prescriptions and administer vaccines.

How to get 90-day supplies of your medication
If you are on a maintenance medication (a medication that is used to treat a condition that is considered long term), you can ask your prescriber to write your next prescription for a 90-day supply. This means you will have to go into the pharmacy less often.

You also have the option of filling maintenance medications at a mail order pharmacy. Trillium has two mail order pharmacies to choose from: Postal Prescription Service and CVS Caremark. You can get forms for mail order pharmacies here. You can also ask for assistance from your Case Manager or Member Services.

How to transfer your prescription to a different pharmacy
If you would like to fill your prescription at a new or different pharmacy:

  • Take your insurance card and a list of your medications to the pharmacy where you would like to fill your prescriptions.
  • Your new pharmacy will contact your previous pharmacy to transfer your prescriptions.
  • For this process to work smoothly, you will need to have refills left on your prescription. The medication you are filling must not need a new hard copy prescription.
  • If you filled your prescriptions at Bi-Mart and your specific store closed, view the chart below to see where your prescription refills were transferred. You will want to share this information with your new pharmacy.

Note: Pharmacies are very busy with the COVID booster, the pediatric COVID vaccine, and the closure of Bi-Mart. Please reach out to your pharmacy earlier than normal so they have plenty of time to get your medication ready.

Bi-Mart Pharmacy

 

Transferred to

 

 

100 Gateway Blvd

Cottage Grove

Walgreens

1704 E Main St

Cottage Grove

5744 Main St

Springfield

Walgreens

5807 Main St

Springfield

150 Melton Rd

Creswell

Walgreens

1704 E Main St

Cottage Grove

4310 Highway 101

Florence

Safeway (Albertsons)

700 US 101

Florence

2030 River Rd

Eugene

Walgreens

2788 River Rd

Eugene

1521 Mohawk Blvd

Springfield

Walgreens

1210 Mohawk Blvd

Springfield

2510 Willakenzie Rd

Eugene

Walgreens

1675 Coburg Rd

Eugene

4780 Royal

Eugene

Walgreens

2788 River Rd

Eugene

1680 W 18th Ave

Eugene

Pharmacy remaining on site (per the latest update)

1680 W 18th Ave

Eugene

25126 Jeans Rd

Veneta

Walgreens

2788 River Rd

Eugene

110 E 6th Ave

Junction City

Safeway (Albertsons)

1755 Ivy St

Junction City

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