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Through innovative stewardship of the pharmaceutical supply chain, the Dispensary of Hope organization collects and distributes millions of dollars of pharmaceuticals annually to participating pharmacies and clinics to dispense to low income, chronically ill, and uninsured patients.
Inspira Health Retail Pharmacies have partnered with Dispensary of Hope to ensure improved access to affordable medication for these members of our community, and to reduce the number of avoidable hospital readmissions and emergency room visits that often result from lack of affordable medication.
Who Qualifies for the Dispensary of Hope Program?
In order to qualify for the program, patients must meet the following criteria:
- Must be a U.S. Resident (Documented or Undocumented)
- Must NOT have prescription insurance
- Must NOT be covered by Medicare D/Medicaid, TRICARE, or the VA
- Must NOT have Affordable Care Act coverage
- If insured, medical plan must NOT have a prescription benefit plan
- Income must be fall within Federal Poverty Level guidelines:
- 1 Person = $40,700
- 2 People = $54,930
- 3 People = $69,090
- 4 People = $83,250
How do I know if my current medications are on the formulary?
Inspira Health’s Dispensary of Hope program has an extensive list of approved and available medications. Our list of approved medications is updated weekly so you’ll always know whats in stock when you need it. To see if your medications are currently available, view below:
How can a patient enroll?
To enroll, patients must submit the Dispensary of Hope Checklist and Information Form. Once enrolled, your physician will need to send your prescription to the Inspira Health Retail Pharmacy of your choice, either in Mullica Hill or Vineland. Please have your provider indicate on the prescription that it is a part of the Dispensary of Hope program.