1-Price Generic Prescription program
Wellspring Pharmacy is pleased to offer a drug discount program for generic versions of popular medications as a way to pass on prescription drug cost-savings to our customers. More than 100 different medications for all major health conditions can be purchased in quantities of 100, 200, 300 and 400 tablets at a time.
Prices range from $18 for 100 tablets up to $60 for 400 tablets (see below for more on pricing). Our pharmacy staff will be happy to work with you and your physician to find safe and affordable alternatives to higher-cost drugs.
Save time and money
In addition to saving you time and money, you can also save time. Participants in the 1-Price Generic Prescription Program are not restricted to a month's supply. Medications can be purchased in much larger quantities than a typical 30-day supply. That means fewer trips to the pharmacy for you! New medications are continually added to the qualified list, but if you don't see your particular medication—ask us!
Eligibility and enrollment
Eligibility and enrollment are easy. Anyone who has a prescription for a generic medication on the list or a medication that can be switched to one of these generic medications can participate in the program.
There is a nominal, annual enrollment fee of $5. But, by signing up for the program, you will receive a $5 credit, which may be used on any non-prescription items at any Wellspring Pharmacy.
Medication costs are the same for every medication on the list:
Quantity of tabs/caps
If you have questions about your medications at a time when a Wellspring pharmacist is not available, please check our online Medication Guide. Just search for the name of a medication or view them in alphabetical order. Find a medication >>
Medications available as of October 2010. This list may change based on market pricing. So please check back if you do not see your medication. If you have questions, please call any Wellspring Pharmacy and one of our staff will gladly help you!
Download and print medication lists below. (Adobe Reader required. Click here for free download.)