Wind River Family and Community Health Center are comprised of three pharmacies in three different locations. These three locations provide convenience for many of our patient population. Our pharmacy team is caring, compassionate and easy to talk with. 

Hours of operation are listed below

Arapaho Pharmacy: 8:00a.m. -5:30p.m.

Ethete Pharmacy: 8:00a.m. – 5:30p.m.

Riverton Pharmacy: Tues, Wed, Thurs: 8:00a.m. – 7:00p.m., Friday and Monday: 8:00a.m. – 10:00p.m.,

Saturday and Sunday: 1:00p.m. – 10:00p.m.  

Prescription Services:
Medication Dispensing: The ambulatory pharmacy ensures timely and accurate dispensing of prescribed medications. Patients can pick up their medications conveniently.

Medication Synchronization: Coordinating refill dates for multiple medications to simplify the patient’s routine.
Medication Adherence: Educating patients about the importance of taking medications as prescribed and addressing any concerns they may have.

Medication Reviews: Conducting comprehensive reviews to identify potential drug interactions, duplications, or adverse effects.
Counseling Services:
Medication Counseling: Pharmacists provide personalized counseling to patients, explaining how to take their medications, potential side effects, and precautions.

Lifestyle Modifications: Offering guidance on lifestyle changes (e.g., diet, exercise, stress management) to improve health outcomes.

Health Education: Educating patients about their medical conditions, treatment options, and self-management strategies.

Smoking Cessation: Assisting patients in quitting smoking through counseling and recommending appropriate therapies.
Diabetic Services:
Diabetes Medication Management: Optimizing diabetes medications based on individual needs and blood glucose control.

Blood Glucose Monitoring: Teaching patients how to use glucometers, interpret results, and adjust insulin doses.

Nutritional Counseling: Providing dietary advice to manage blood sugar levels.

Complication Prevention: Discussing long-term complications (e.g., neuropathy, retinopathy, nephropathy) and strategies to prevent them.
Collaboration with Healthcare Providers:
Collaborative Practice Agreements (CPAs): Establishing agreements with physicians to manage specific aspects of patient care independently, and provide over the counter medications based on a patient's symptoms.

Interprofessional Communication: Regularly communicating with physicians, nurses, and other healthcare team members to ensure coordinated care.