The Sedgwick County Prescription Discount Card can save you money on many of your prescription purchases. Any county resident with or without prescription coverage can use this card at participating pharmacies.
The discount card provides individuals an average 18 percent discount on prescription drugs. For more information on this program and to learn how to receive a card, email or call Pamaline King-Burns at 660-7673.
Get your printable ID card here - you can start using it right away!
Cards also can be picked up at the following locations:
This plan is not insurance. If you have prescription drug coverage already, this card will not reduce the prescription costs. If you have Medicaid or HealthWave coverage, the card will not reduce your costs. However, if you are uninsured, have health insurance that does not provide a prescription benefit, or have Medicare with no supplemental prescription drug coverage, this card may reduce your cost for prescription drugs.
There is no registration or forms to complete. Simply pick up one card per family and use the card immediately when your prescription is not covered by insurance. Present the card at any participating pharmacy at the point of purchase.
No. Your prescription card is provided to you free of charge by Sedgwick County government.
If you are currently paying full price for prescription drugs, this card may provide an average savings of 13% on brand name medications and an average savings of 35% on generics. The overall average savings is approximately 18%. Additional savings may be realized by using the mail service program, which offers an average savings of 50% on a 3-month supply of select medications. For details on the mail service program and other available discounts, please refer to the brochure you received with your card. (In Sedgwick County, individuals receive a discount 80% of the time when the card is presented.)
Yes, you will receive the best price available to you through this program at that pharmacy on that day. On occasion, pharmacies will price a particular medication lower than the discount rate provided by the card. If that occurs, you will receive the lower price.
The discount cards are accepted by more than 80 pharmacies in Sedgwick County. Discounts are only available at participating pharmacies.
Yes, if your pet has been prescribed a medication, you may receive a discount on the medication by taking the prescription to a participating retail pharmacy.
If you have questions that were not answered above; you would like to provide feedback on the program; or you'd like a stock of cards to provide clients, friends or family, contact Pamaline King-Burns at 660-7673.
The Dental Discount Card program was designed for uninsured and underinsured county residents. Through a partnership with Careington International Corporation, this simple discount card can help members save an average of 20% to 50% on dental care and 20% on orthodontics.
Members simply pay a small monthly fee for access to participating providers
who have agreed to give services at discounted rates.
You simply schedule an appointment with a participating dentist or specialist and present your membership card to receive a discount at the time of service.
Key factors of the Dental Discount Card:
It is easy to sign up for this plan. Visit www.nacodentalprogram.com or call one of the helpful representatives at the National Association of Counties (NACo) 877-354-6226 and mention promo code NACo to sign up today!
The discount cards are accepted by 19 dentists in Sedgwick County. Discounts are only available at participating dentists.
Sedgwick County Health and Human Services