Refill your prescriptions online
Use your smartphone to get refills, as well.
Other benefits of using King's Daughters Family Pharmacy:
King's Daughters Family Pharmacy, located on the first floor of Medical
Plaza B, 613 23rd St., Ashland, offers a convenient way to get your prescriptions
filled - and you don't have to be a patient or team member to take
advantage of the service.
- Quick service: Most prescriptions are ready for pick up in 15 minutes
- 90-day fills
- Free delivery within our service area
- Discharge prescriptions delivered directly to your patient room
Hospitalized patients at KDMC Ashland can have their discharge prescriptions
filled and delivered directly to their room before going home. Or you
may have a friend/family member pick them up if you prefer. Just let your
nurse know that you want to have your discharge prescriptions filled by
the Family Pharmacy.
Safe disposal of narcotics
Our Family Pharmacy offers two ways to safely dispose of unused narcotic
prescriptions. We have a secure container to drop the unwanted medication
for safe disposal. The other method, Dispose-RX, is a compound that anyone
can use at home, mixing DisposeRX, some water and the unwanted medication
to render the narcotics completely unusable and safe for home disposal.
All narcotic prescriptions from our Family Pharmacy come with a dose of
Dispose-RX. It's also available for purchase.
Narcan grant helps get the life-saving prescription to families who may need it
A dose of Narcan to take home is available without charge from our Pharmacy
through a grant from the Kentucky Opioid Response Effort (KORE), part
of Kentucky’s Cabinet for Health and Family Services. The program
in Ashland began in early September 2019 and runs through the end of 2020.
Patients who come to our Emergency Department may be identified as appropriate
for a take-home naloxone prescription. Naloxone (also known as Narcan)
can reverse the effects of an opioid overdose. Pharmacists are able to
dispense the Narcan without a prescription through a collaborative agreement
with a physician. The pharmacy team also will provide brief education.
Prescriptions can be given to a patient, or a patient’s family member
with the family member’s name on the prescription.
The Narcan will be distributed by a pharmacist during regular hours. A
meds-to-beds pharmacist may be able to visit the Emergency Department
to complete this. Those referred to the program can also visit the Family
Pharmacy (in Medical Plaza B) during regular business hours. Patients
or families referred to the program outside of these hours can visit the
Family Pharmacy later to receive the medication and required education.
Medical Plaza B, 613 23rd St., Ashland
Open 7 a.m. - 8 p.m. Monday - Friday; Saturday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.