What is Mitchell's Rapid Pak program?

You may find that you have been prescribed a number of medications, and that you need to take them at different times of the day. It can be difficult to keep track of what medication you need to take and when.

Good news! We can offer you an easier and safer way to take your medications. You will wonder why you never tried it before.

We offer a multi-dose packaging that bundles your medications together by date and time. For example, all your medications that are to be taken in the morning will be packaged together in one pack. Say Goodbye to pill boxes and all of your pill bottles, and say hello to multi-dose packaging!

Ask any of our staff today about our pill-packaging service and how you can get signed up.

See the difference that Mitchell's Rapid Paks can make

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Your meds made plain & simple

Your medicines organized for you, sorted by day, time and dose, in individual Mitchell Packs.


Do all my medications go in the packs?

We will put all the medication that you take by mouth that are solid tablets or capsules and that you take routinely in the packs. If you take something as needed or just every now and then it will come from our pharmacy to you in a prescription bottle. If you use inhalers, creams, ointments, suppositories, or liquids they can be filled at the same time as your packs but are not included in the pack.

Can I get my over-the-counter medications in the packs too?

We can put most over the counter medications in your packs with your prescription medication if we have your prescriptions from your doctor.

I already put my meds in a pill box each week – how are PakMyMeds different?

We take the work of sorting your medicine and putting them in the pill boxes off your plate giving you more time to spend with family and friends and doing the things you enjoy while we do the work for you. We can give you your Sundays back. You also have the freedom of taking one dose or multiple days of doses with you if you are going out to eat or traveling for a few days. You don’t have to take your whole pill box with you or dump out one time slot and find something to carry them in.

What if my doctor changes one of my medications in the middle of the month?

We can dispense a partial supply in a prescription vial until it is time for you to get your PakMyMeds next month. Then your new medication will be in the pack when you receive your new box of PakMyMeds.

Will you call my doctor for refills or is that something I still need to do?

Each month, we will contact your doctor for refills on your medications which are in your PakMyMeds. If your doctor denies your prescription, we will notify you so you can contact their office. It is important to note all patients are responsible for keeping up with their doctors appointments so they are able to get refills for their medications. We will also reach out to you to make sure there are no changes in your current medications that are placed in your PakMyMeds.

If I am getting towards the end of my PakMyMeds, will you call me or refill this for me?

At least a week before your PakMyMeds runs out, we will give you a call to review your current medications to make sure there are no changes to your PakMyMeds, refill your PakMyMeds for the following month, and review the status of your current medications. During this time, we will also talk to you about any new prescriptions we may have received from your doctor’s office to see if you want to add those to your PakMyMeds.

Can I travel/fly with just the packs or do they need to be in a prescription vial when going through security? What is a good way to travel with PakMyMeds?

You are able to travel/fly with your PakMyMeds. TSA does not require passengers to have medications in prescription bottles. You can bring your medication in pill or solid form in unlimited amounts as long as it is screened. You can travel with your medication in both carry-on and checked baggage. It’s highly recommended you place these items in your carry-on in the event that you need immediate access. Read the TSA website for more.