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Pharmacy Services

Medication requests, refills, and consultation to make sure our patients get everything they need

Lee Health Pharmacy: Hospital & Retail

Did you know that you have access to a full-service retail pharmacy on the first floor of each of our hospitals?

Lee Memorial Hospital, HealthPark Medical Center, Gulf Coast Medical Center, and Cape Coral Hospital provide a full range of generic and brand-name medications, specialty supplies, and pediatric prep. We also have pharmacy locations at Page Field and Lee Health Coconut Point.

Our pharmacists and technicians are here to make sure patients get everything they need. Stop by on your way out of the facility to fill your prescription, or to ask questions about new or changed medications. 

Prescription Refills

  • MyChart: If you have an active MyChart account, please log in to request refills.
  • New to MyChart? Click here to learn more and activate an account.
  • Telephone: You may also call the pharmacy number where your prescription was initially filled.

Prescription Transfers

If you would like to transfer your prescription to another Lee Pharmacy location, please contact your pharmacy to begin the transfer.

  • See below for Lee Pharmacy locations and phone numbers.

HealthPlan Employee Pharmacy Contact Information

  • Phone: 239-424-3197
  • Fax: 239-424-4087
  • Hours: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday - Friday 
  • Have feedback for the Healthplan Mail Order Pharmacy? Click here to complete our brief survey
  • Registration Form (First Time Users)

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Know your meds, know your allergies, know you

It’s advice health experts recommend all patients follow. “Know your meds, know your allergies, know you. It’s important because we want to help guide the patients and the community in knowing more about themselves to keep themselves protected,” said Susan Mitchelson, an ambulatory pharmacist with Lee Health. Many patients don’t know what their medication is or how it affects them. “They know it’s the yellow tablet, the pink tablet, the blue tablet, but they don’t know what it is, how it reacts in their body, what over the counter medications will interfere with those, and how it can help and impact their stays in the hospital,” said Mitchelson. She encourages patients to keep a list of their medications on them at all times—whether it’s in your wallet, purse, or car, it’s important to be able to tell medical professionals what you’re taking and the side effects. “It’s very important to know what over-the-counter medications or homeopathic medications they are taking because that can impact the types of treatment that they are going to receive on our campuses,” she explained. It’s also important for loved ones to be educated on what kind of medication, and how much medication you’re taking. “The more people know, the better they can help out,” Mitchelson said. Knowing the name, amount, and side effects to your medication are all important to maintaining your health.

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