Hartzell's Pharmacy is a family owned and operated pharmacy that takes your health seriously. Our pharmacy department has state of the art technology that allows us to focus on the most important thing - you, our patient. Our pharmacists are available to talk to you and help you answer questions, not just count your pills. Even though we have grown since our beginning in 1968, we still hold true to our president and founders slogan, "You can talk to us!"
In addition to the typical services you expect to find in a community pharmacy, the pharmacy department offers a variety of services and programs that focus on keeping you healthy. Hartzell's Pharmacy Vaccine Clinic, MyMedSync, HealthMinder, health and wellness screenings, weight management, Long-Term Care Department, and Catasauqua Compounding Pharmacy are services we offer that make us unique.
- Complimentary delivery service 6 days a week
- Accept most third party insurance payers
- Professional, courteous, and highly trained staff
- Experienced in billing medical insurance for prescription medications
- Knowledgeable on hard to find and uncommon medications
- Programs designed to save you time (HealthMinder and PatientFirst) and money (GNP Prescription Savings Club and Hartzell's Preferred Shopper Club)
- Ability to mail prescription directly to our patients*
- Health and wellness screenings
*Some limitations may apply due to federal, state, and/or local regulations. Contact the pharmacy directly for more information.
HealthMinder is an automatic refill program. Your prescription is automatically filled by our staff and waiting for you on the day you need it. A courtesy phone call will also be made to remind you your prescription is ready. Contact our pharmacy for more information by calling (610) 264-5471 or (800) 325-6856.
Advantages of participating in the program include:
- Increased convenience - no longer having to call in or wait for your medication refills
- Enables the pharmacist to take care of any issues prior to picking up your prescriptions
- Allows the pharmacy to partner with you in improving compliance to your maintenance medication regimens
GNP Prescription Savings Club | Are you in the club?
Good Neighbor Pharmacy now offers an exclusive Prescription Savings Club to you and your family. Experience significant savings on your prescriptions by becoming a member today!
How do I become a member?
Becoming a member of the Prescription Savings Club is easy. All you have to do is simply visit Hartzell's Pharmacy and fill out the enrollment form for immediate savings on your prescriptions.
What prescriptions will this apply to?
The Good Neighbor Pharmacy Prescription Savings Club provides its members with significant savings on all prescription medications. In addition to savings on all prescription medications, there are over 300 generic prescription medications available to club members for as little as $4.99 per month or $10.99 for a 3 month supply.
- 30-day supplies at $4.99
- 90-day supplies at $10.99
- Annual membership fee $9.99
*Please visit www.gnppsc.com or contact the pharmacy department for a list of medications eligible for the 30-day and 90-day price.
It is recommended that you share our list of medications with your physician. Specifically, ask your physician or pharmacist if a generic alternative is available and clinically appropriate for you.
*For detailed information on your prescriptions savings, please visit Hartzell's Pharmacy and consult with one of our pharmacists.
**This program does not constitute insurance. Persons receiving prescription benefits from a publicly-funded health care program are ineligible.
Medicare Part D Information Center
Turning 65 and eligible for Medicare? Need help understanding the Medicare Prescription Drug or Part D benefit? We can help you understand Medicare Part D Prescription Plans and find your lowest cost options.
You can feel confident you are getting the right Prescription Drug Plan with Hartzell's Pharmacy resources at your command. We've made it easier than ever to find the right plan quickly and easily. Choose from the comfort of your home or come in and talk with one of our pharmacy staff members.
January 1 - November 14: New Medicare Part D Customers - You need to compare Prescription Drug Plans and sign up for one this year if you are Medicare-eligible and did not sign up before (Penalties may apply for late sign-up).
October 15 - December 7: Annual Enrollment Period - Existing and new Medicare Part D customers can compare plans and choose the coverage that best fits their needs. Beginning this year (2011 for enrollment in the 2012 plan year), the Annual Enrollment Period will run from October 15 through December 7. This is a change from previous years. If a beneficiary makes a change to their coverage, the new coverage will take effect on January 1.
Bring your prescriptions to Hartzell's Pharmacy and get your Personalized Medicare Part D Report. It identifies the three lowest cost plans, based on your current medications.
You can also use Medicare's Online Medicare Advisor at home anytime. This is a FREE, confidential and secure 24/7 tool. Just answer a few simple questions online from the comfort of your home and in minutes, you'll have a complete list of plans in your area covering your medications, along with costs. (This site is for comparison purposes only, you must contact the plan issuer to sign up)
Prescription Drug Coverage Costs
Each plan can vary in cost and drugs covered. Medicare's Online Medicare Advisor can help you find and compare plans in your area. Your Part D monthly premium could be higher based on your income. This includes Part D coverage you get from a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan, or a Medicare Advantage Plan or Medicare Cost Plan that includes Medicare prescription drug coverage. If your modified adjusted gross income as reported on your IRS tax return from 2 years ago (the most recent tax return information provided to Social Security by the IRS) is above a certain amount, you will pay a higher monthly premium. For more information, visit Social Security's website.
Many people qualify to get Extra Help paying their Medicare prescription drug costs but don't know it. Most who qualify and join a Medicare drug plan will get 95% of their costs covered. Don't miss out on a chance to save. Extra Help and other programs (like Medicare Savings Programs) may help make your health care and prescription drug costs more affordable.
More information on the Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Benefit can be found at:
Medicare www.medicare.gov 1-800-633-4227 (TDD/TTY: 1-800-325-0778)
Social Security www.ssa.gov 1-800-772-1213 (TDD/TTY: 1-800-325-0778)
Prescription Assistance (PACE)
PACE - Who is eligible:
To be eligible for PACE, you must be 65 years of age or older, a Pennsylvania resident for at least 90 days prior to the date of application, and you cannot be enrolled in the Department of Public Welfare's Medicaid prescription benefit.
For a single person, your total income must be $14,500 or less. For a married couple, your combined total income must be $17,700 or less.
PACENET - Who is eligible:
To be eligible for PACENET, you must be 65 years of age or older, a Pennsylvania resident for at least 90 days prior to the date of application, and you cannot be enrolled in the Department of Public Welfare's Medicaid prescription benefit. A single person's total income can be between $14,500 and $23,500.
A couple's combined total income can be between $17,700 and $31,500.
PACE Plus Medicare
PACE Plus Medicare offers eligible older Pennsylvanians one of the most generous prescription assistance plans in the United States.
Under PACE Plus Medicare, PACE/PACENET coverage is supplemented by federal Medicare Part D prescription coverage - offering older Pennsylvanians the best benefits of both programs. Older adults continue to receive the same prescription benefits while, in many cases, saving more money.
To find out more information about the PACE program, please visit the Pennsylvania Department of Aging . The PACE Application can be filled out online or printed out and mailed/faxed to the Department of Aging.
If you need assistance paying for your prescription medications, please contact one of our pharmacists or visit one of the following sites patient advocacy sites.
Partnership for Prescription Assistance 1-888-4-PPA-NO