MEDICATION ASSISTANCE

We are happy to navigate through the process of finding programs to help with the cost of your prescriptions. Our office has relationships with many different companies to try and support every financial situation with getting your medication. Before coming in to meet with our medication assistance specialist, you will need the following:

 

  • Last two pay stubs with dates for yourself and spouse (if applicable)

  • Award letter of Social Security Income (if applicable)

  • Insurance Card (if applicable)

  • Must have been seen in our office in the last 6 months to a year, or I can meet with you the day of your first appointment.

 

Depending on the medication you are prescribed, and what program we enroll you in, there are different ways to receive your prescription. Some programs will give you approval code to take to the pharmacy, and you will pick your medication up each month there.

 

Other programs ship the medication directly to you. If you do not have a safe place to have medication mailed to, or you are not comfortable getting medications mailed to you, we can have them delivered here and we will contact you when it has arrived. There are a couple of programs that will only ship to our office for you to pick up. All of that will be explained to you when you come in to complete the application.

 

Below is additional information for you about a selective few programs we use.

 

https://www.gileadadvancingaccess.com/ - help with medication assistance for patients who are uninsured, and also copay assistance for patients with private insurance for Biktarvy, Genvoya, Odefsey, Descovy, Stribild, Complera, Atripla, Truvada, Emtriva, and Tybost. You are welcome to print the application and begin filling it out before you come in to our office, or we will have them here when you visit.

 

https://www.copays.org/how-we-help - medication help for people who have insurance, including Medicare

 

https://www.goodrx.com/ - Good Rx is a copay card to help with cost of prescriptions. You can search for your medication and see the cost at different locations in your area to make sure you get the lowest price. This does not require an application and can be used on any number of medications for any ailment.

For some medications, our specialist will be able to utilize Harbor Path, a non-profit organization that provides access to life-saving medications for uninsured people living with chronic illnesses free of charge. Through development of an online portal program, healthcare professionals can apply for multiple medications on behalf of their uninsured patients living with HIV/AIDS through one single application. Eligibility status is determined immediately, and the HarborPath's contracted mail order pharmacy ships medications within 48 hours of program approval. By providing uninsured individuals with access to the full regimen of medications used to treat HIV/AIDS all in one place and at no cost, HarborPath is eliminating many barriers to care. 

Call our Medication Assistance Specialist at 336-832-3264 with questions or for more information.

Our specialist will help you complete all the required applications and determine eligibility. 

AVAILABLE RESOURCES

DOCUMENTATION NEEDED

Please bring the following with you:

  • Last two pay stubs with dates for yourself and spouse (if applicable)

  • Award letter of Social Security Income (if applicable)

  • Insurance Card (if applicable)

  • Must have been seen in our office in the last 6 months to a year, or I can meet with you the day of your first appointment.

APPLICATIONS

301 East Wendover Avenue

Suite 111

Greensboro, NC 27401-1209

Phone: (336) 832-7840

Fax: (336) 832-3285

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Monday - Thursday  8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Friday 9 a.m. -  noon

Closed daily for lunch 12:30 - 1:30 p.m.