Location Information


Inpatient Pharmacy

If you’re a patient at Blanchard Valley Hospital or Bluffton Hospital, our pharmacists are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide medications ordered by your physician. We participate in your care planning, discharge and provide medication education before you leave the hospital.

Outpatient Pharmacies

In Findlay: Blanchard Valley Hospital offers an on-site outpatient pharmacy, Center for Medication Management for your medication needs, 419.429.7002. Prescriptions can be filled in our outpatient pharmacy Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

For your convenience, a drop-off box for prescriptions is located directly across from the pharmacy and refills can also be made using the BVHS online system. An automated, after-hours prescription refilling system can also be accessed by calling 419.429.7002. 

In Carey: Harry's Pharmacy 419.396.7977, is located inside the Carey Medical & Diagnostic Center. Prescriptions can be filled, Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Saturday, 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Harry's Pharmacy offers, home delivery, call ahead curbside delivery, in-store consultations and a convenient store front. Online prescription refills are available through Good Neighbor Pharmacy.

Center for Medication Management (CMM)

The Center for Medication Management (CMM) also provides complete disease management to assist you with your health care. Here, each patient works one-on-one with a clinician to develop a program based on their needs. As part of the CMM, you will receive information about your condition, learn how medication affects recovery and have medication dosages monitored/adjusted in collaboration with your physician. After each visit to the CMM, your primary physician receives a summary report that includes current medication doses, progress notes and laboratory test values.

The program currently offers the following services:

  • Blood draws for medication monitoring
  • Monitoring and adjustment of warfarin (Coumadin©) dosages
  • Cholesterol management
  • Drug therapy management
  • Pill box filling
  • Medication compliance and refill reminders
  • Monitoring/screening of adverse drug reactions, side effects and potential medication errors

It's easy to enroll in the program

If You Are an Inpatient:

Your primary care physician can write an order to enroll you in the program. The CMM pharmacist will handle the rest.

If You Have a Referral from your Primary Care Physician:

Your physician’s office must complete the necessary documents and fax them to the CMM. A pharmacist will then contact you to arrange your first visit.

If You Are Enrolling through a Self-Pay Program:

Certain services may be conducted without a referral from your physician and developed to fit your specific needs. Please contact the CMM at 419.423.5177 to learn more.

Do you have questions about your medications? Email a pharmacist.