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Start receiving prescription medications delivered direct to your door, with no shipping costs through our Mail Order Pharmacy. CCS Medical will reach out to your physician and process all the necessary paperwork. We accept most Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance prescription plans. Pharmacy Hours: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. EST.
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Important Information About CCS Medical Pharmacy: CCS Medical Pharmacy only accepts original prescriptions when delivered directly to the pharmacy by the prescriber's office via legal means, whether electronic, phone, or fax. Patients may not transmit prescriptions via these means, as they will not be accepted as valid prescriptions. CCS Medical requires a valid prescription for "Rx Only" products (e.g., insulin pump device) before dispensing the items. PLEASE NOTE: Syringes and needles cannot be purchased without a medical practitioner's prescription unless state law otherwise allows.
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Our Licensed Pharmacists are available to answer your questions 24/7 at 1.888.308.8882.

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Our Licensed Pharmacists are available to answer your questions 24/7 at 1.888.308.8882.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is responsible for getting the insurance authorizations for medical supplies?

Does the company provide service and supplies to Medicare and Medicaid patients?

Are you a participating provider with other insurance companies?

Are all products covered by my insurance company?

How much will a patient have to pay for his or her product?

Do I need to apply for Medicare when I turn 65?

Who can receive benefits for diabetes self-management training?

How do I know my diabetes supplies are covered by Medicare?

How much is reimbursed for each product?

Does everyone pay the same amount for the Part B premium?

Are there limits on the quantity of diabetes supplies that Medicare will reimburse?

How do I replace my Medicare card?

If I am 65 and ready to retire and my employer is going to provide me with benefits, do I need Medicare?

Does Medicare cover my spouse and family?

What is the difference between Medicare and Medicaid?

Where should I send my Medicare premium payment?

Who can I contact for more information about Medicare eligibility?