Northland Motorsports

Home | Classifieds | Place an Ad | Public Notices | Galleries | Milestones | Contact Us | Subscribe | e-newsletter | RSS |
Navajo-Hopi Observer | Flagstaff, Arizona

home : latest news : local August 19, 2014

5/7/2013 11:01:00 AM
Tuba City Regional Health Care opens new pharmacy in LeChee
Navajo-Hopi Observer

LECHEE, Ariz. - Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC) Pharmacy opened a third pharmacy, the LeChee Pharmacy, at the LeChee Health Facility in LeChee, Ariz. April 15.

The LeChee pharmacy is located three miles south of Page, Ariz. on Coppermine Road next to the LeChee Chapter House. It will provide pharmacy services to Native American beneficiaries living in the area.

"This is all for our patients and better quality care," said Amelia Kelly, TCRHCC Board of Directors member from LeChee. "The LeChee Health Facility's Pharmacy will make things more convenient for our patients and community, but mainly it will help them with better access to their medications to get well."

Services will include accepting new prescriptions from a licensed doctor from any of the Page Health Facilities, as well as refilling prescriptions and mailing prescriptions to patients who choose this option.

"If we can make it easier for patients to get their medications their doctor prescribes them, they'll get well sooner and be more likely to stay well," said Esther Tsingine, TCRHCC Board of Director member from Coppermine.

The Lechee Pharmacy is making it easier for patients to pick up their medications after visiting with their doctors in Tuba City. The two pharmacies in LeChee and Tuba City are able to communicate and coordinate to have prescriptions ready for their patients. This reduces wait times for patients while they travel home to Coppermine, LeChee or anywhere in Page.

The LeChee Pharmacy is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Prescriptions can be ordered by phone or in-person. LeChee Pharmacy representatives are available at (928) 698-4911. Prescriptions can be ordered from the LeChee Pharmacy Refill Line at (928) 698-4914.

The LeChee pharmacy also accepts new prescriptions from licensed doctors from any of the Page Health Facilities.

The LeChee Pharmacy saves Native American beneficiaries from paying a co-payment to get their medications.

"Prescriptions filled right at the LeChee Health Facility for our TCRHCC patients living in Coppermine, Kaibeto, LeChee or anywhere in Page saves them money and time," said James Brant Young, TCRHCC director of pharmacy services. "We are also making the process of leaving the Tuba City hospital and heading home simpler and quicker by sending our patients' prescription to LeChee if they live in the area."

    Recently Commented    
EPA accepts NGS alternate emmissions proposal
Navajo Code Talker Edward B. Anderson dies in Phoenix July 20 at age 86
Guest column: Colorado River tribes should oppose Escalade Confluence project
Prosecutor to group trials of former Navajo Nation Council members
Letter: What does the term 'Navajo' really mean?

Article Comment Submission Form
Comments are not posted immediately. Submissions must adhere to our Use of Service Terms of Use agreement. The email and phone info you provide will not be visible to the public. Rambling or nonsensical comments may not be posted. Comments are limited to 1300 characters or less. In order for us to reasonably manage this feature we may limit your comment entries to five(5) per day.
Submit an Article Comment
First Name:
Last Name:
Anti-SPAM Passcode Click here to see a new mix of characters.
This is an anti-SPAM device. It is not case sensitive.

Advanced Search

HSE - We want to hear from you
Find more about Weather in Flagstaff, AZ
Click for weather forecast

Submission links
 •  Submit site feedback or questions

Find It Opinions Features Extras Submit Other Publications
Home | Classifieds | Place an Ad | Public Notices | Galleries | Milestones | Contact Us | Subscribe | e-newsletter | RSS | Site Map
MLB Creative/Choice Wireless

© Copyright 2014 Western News&Info, Inc.® The Navajo-Hopi Observer is the information source for the Navajo and Hopi Nations and Winslow area communities in Northern Arizona. Original content may not be reprinted or distributed without the written permission of Western News&Info, Inc.® Navajo-Hopi Observer Online is a service of WNI. By using the Site, ®, you agree to abide and be bound by the site's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy, which prohibit commercial use of any information on the site. Click here to submit your questions, comments or suggestions. Navajo-Hopi Observer Online is a proud publication of Western News&Info Inc.® All Rights Reserved.

Software © 1998-2014 1up! Software, All Rights Reserved