MEDICATION PACKAGING

No more pill bottles cluttering the cabinet. No more filling pill boxes each week. With our specialized medication packaging, we can sort it all for you! We organize your prescriptions by date and time they are to be taken, so you have one less thing to worry about.

  • All pills will be grouped together in personalized pouches or packs

  • Easy-to-follow labels identify medications and include dosage instructions

  • Easy-to-manage medication regimens get even smoother with our included review

  • FREE delivery to your home or place of work

READY PACKS

How it Works

Our pharmacy staff will reach out to your healthcare provider to review your current medications and arrange for any new prescriptions to be sent over. We will then group your medications into personalized pouches, organized by date and time of day. Choose to either pick up your medications at our pharmacy or have them delivered to your home or place of work for FREE.

 

 

Get Started With Ready Packs

  • Fill Out Our New Patient Enrollment Form

  • Provide Your Current Prescription List

  • Provide Your Current Doctor & Insurance Information

  • Provide Payment Information

Contact Us Today to Get Signed Up!

BLISTER PACKAGING

Randolph Medical Pharmacy also offers blister packaging. This is a safe, easy way to make sure you stay on track with taking your medications on the right day, at the right time.

Benefits

  • Eliminate the need to create your own pill box

  • Each pack has your name, medication, dose, and time of day

  • Packaging for morning, noon, evening, and bedtime

  • Tear-off packs allow for taking your medications on-the-go

3541 Randolph Rd.

Charlotte, NC 28211

P: 704-365-0707

F: 704-442-9870

info@rmprx.com

Hours:

M-F: 9am-6pm

Sat: 9am-1pm

Sun: Closed

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