Help Mazzoni Center provide medications for the uninsured
Did you know that your health insurance coverage could also benefit people in our community who are uninsured?
If you’ve visited the health center recently you may have seen our ‘340B’ posters and wondered what they’re all about. Thanks to the federal government’s Public Health Service Act (section 340B) Mazzoni Center is able to purchase prescription and non-prescription medications at a reduced cost, through our partnership with Walgreens.
How you can help: If you are a patient with health insurance, and you purchase your medications at any of the 18 participating Walgreens locations in our area, you’ll be helping Mazzoni Center obtain discount pricing, thanks to the 340B program.
The price difference offered by the 340B program goes directly to Mazzoni Center, and helps us provide medication for patients who are uninsured.
As a nonprofit, community-based organization, we are committed to providing healthcare to all who need it, regardless of their ability to pay. The 340B program has been a critical tool in helping us maintain this commitment, and ensuring that patients who require medication do not have to go without it.
It’s simple: you pay the same price as always, but your purchase helps others who could not otherwise afford their medications. And you can use the Walgreens pharmacy that is connected to our health center or any of the locations listed below.
Ask your provider about the 340B program the next time you come for a visit, or call us at 215-563-0658 to learn more.
Participating Walgreens locations
There are now 18 eligible Walgreens' locations in the city and surrounding areas, which makes it easier than ever to participate in this program simply by picking up your prescription at any of these:
119 E. DeKalb Pike, King of Prussia, PA
|North Philadelphia & NE Philadelphia|
4201 N. Broad Street (Broad & Hunting Park)
1607 Bridge Street (Bridge & Frankford)
7001 Frankford Avenue (Frankford & Tyson)
Any questions? Feel free to contact the health center at: 215-563-0658.