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Our hospital pharmacy team plays an integral role in ensuring you receive the best possible care when you are at Welia Health. Whether you are admitted to the hospital or treated in the ER, we work as part of your care team to carefully manage your medication needs.
As pharmacists, we serve as gatekeepers to medications, a critical safety check for medication orders, and are a valuable resource for the Welia Health staff and communities. We review medications with patients, check lab tests, make dose adjustments and determine the best and safest medications.
We encourage you to meet with one of our specialty-trained pharmacists for a full review of all of your medications, including prescriptions, over-the-counter medications, and any herbal or other supplements. This one-on-one appointment will help you get the most out of your medications to meet your healthcare goals.
Learn more about Mora Community Pharmacy and Pine City Community Pharmacy.
We offer the following immunizations.
Call us at 320.322.5141 or stop into our community pharmacies in Mora or Pine City with your prescriptions or bottles, and we’ll take care of the rest.
We accept most health insurance plans. To find the most affordable options for your medications, contact our community pharmacies in Mora or Pine City.
Yes, we accept prescriptions from any provider.
Welia Health offers a number of options for convenient prescription refills.
Our pharmacists are trained in medication therapy management. During a one-on-one session with a pharmacist, you will review all of your medications (prescription, over-the-counter, herbal) to ensure they are necessary, effective, safe, and convenient. Call 1.800.245.5671 and ask to schedule a medication therapy management appointment.
You may dispose of medications at the medication drop box in the lobby of the Pine City and Kanabec County Jails. Learn more about the safe disposal of medications with this downloadable PDF flyer from the US Food and Drug Administration.
Proper disposal of used syringes is important to avoid discarded needles on streets, playgrounds, parks and parking lots.
Welia Health community pharmacies in Mora and Pine City offer commercial sharps disposal containers to ensure safe disposal of these items. To learn more about safe disposal options for needles and syringes, visit the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
Our community pharmacies in Mora and Pine City offer a selection of many over-the-counter items that are competitively priced. We can order many items for the next business day if, for some reason, we don’t have what you are looking for.