Just inside the door at Sky Lakes Medical Center.
Sky Lakes Outpatient Pharmacy is open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday (closed for 30 minute lunch between1:00-1:30 pm).
This location accepts most major insurances. Here are some of the most popular insurance plans that we accept:
- Express Scripts.
- Oregon Health Plan.
- Regence/Federal Blue Cross.
Whether it's new prescriptions, refills or transfers from another pharmacy, our pharmacy team will make sure you get the medications you need as quickly and economically as possible.
You can transfer your prescriptions to Sky Lakes Outpatient Pharmacy by calling us at 541.274.3490 or bringing in your prescription information.
Provide us the name of the pharmacy you currently use (the phone or fax number would be helpful but not necessary) and the prescription number, and we'll do the rest.
Sky Lakes Outpatient Pharmacy carries popular over-the-counter (OTC) items such as analgesics, cough and cold medications, digestive products and more, and can special order as needed.
Dietary Supplements: What You Need to Know includes information and fact sheets on a variety of supplements.
Learn how to read a supplement label and other helpful tips in the Sky Lakes Health Library.
Clostridium Difficile Data in Klamath County. Information on the incidence of Clostridium Difficile and infection in Klamath County from 2010 through 2016.
Adult treatment recommendations. Antibiotic prescribing guidelines establish standards of care and focus quality improvement efforts. This table summarizes recommendations for appropriate antibiotic prescribing for adults seeking care in an outpatient setting.
Pediatric treatment recommendations. Antibiotic prescribing guidelines establish standards of care, focus quality improvement efforts and improve patient outcomes. The table below summarizes the most recent principles of appropriate antibiotic prescribing for children obtaining care in an outpatient setting for the following six diagnoses: acute rhinosinusitis, acute otitis media, bronchiolitis, pharyngitis, common cold and urinary tract infection.