Pharmacy Services 

Our pharmacy is unlike any other because we cater specifically to our cancer patients. Our concierge service will take the hassle out of getting your prescription filled with support and expertise you won’t find anywhere else. Our experienced pharmacists are committed to supporting you with comprehensive care throughout the entire treatment process.

Karmanos Ambulatory Pharmacy at Weisberg Cancer Center

Our pharmacists will meet with you to address your specific needs and answer any questions regarding your prescriptions. We offer pre-authorization assistance to help navigate the complexities of your insurance to ensure you are maximizing all available resources. We will do our best to ensure prompt delivery of your medications as our team is directly linked to your specialized medical team, and we are dedicated to personally serving you throughout your entire treatment process.

Location: Located near the check-in desk at the Weisberg Cancer Center
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Call Us: If you would like to contact the pharmacy, please call (248) 538-3170

Check prescription status: Refill prescriptions, check their status and set up reminders with ease by using the Karmanos Pharmacy Patient Portal.

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The Karmanos Pharmacy App is FREE and available on the Apple App Store and on Google Play!

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Disposal of Unused Medications

The Karmanos Ambulatory Pharmacy at Weisberg also includes a Stericycle MedDrop Medication Disposal Kiosk, where patients can drop off unused or expired medication for safe disposal.

Accepted items include:

  • Oral chemotherapy
  • Controlled Drugs Schedule II-V
  • Prescription Drugs
  • Pet Medications
  • Over-the-Counter Drugs
  • Drugs from Individuals/households including: tablets, pills, creams, ointments, oral syrups, liquids, inhalers and aerosals

Non-accepted items include:

  • Hazardous materials
  • DEA schedule I/Illicit drugs
  • Medical waste
  • Infectious waste
  • Sharps, needles and syringes
  • Drugs or wastes from hospitals/health facilities

Sharps Disposal

“Sharps” include needles, syringes and lancets used for checking blood glucose levels.

Karmanos Cancer Center is unable to accept used sharps, except those containing chemotherapy medication. However, we would like to offer some useful tips on how you can safely dispose of all other sharps.

  • Contact your local health department, county waste authority or check the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ), Medical Waste Regulatory Program’s website for a list of community service collections programs, by county at www.michigan.gov/deqmedwaste or call 1-517-241-1320.
  • Contract with a U.S. Postal Service approved mail-back service. These companies provide containers and directions on packaging your used sharps so they can be returned to the company through the U.S. mail. A list of these companies can be found by visiting www.safeneedledisposal.org or by calling 1-800-643-1643.

KSP Specialty Pharmacy

KSP Specialty Pharmacy is an extension of your Karmanos medical team. Specialty medications are used to treat complex health conditions such as cancer. These medications may need to be administered by a health care professional, self-injected or taken by mouth, which may require clinical monitoring. Specialty medications often require special handling, delivery and storage requirements.

KSP pharmacists work with you and your cancer doctors. Our services include help you with:

  • Understanding your medicine
  • Instructions for taking your medicine
  • Managing side effects
  • Refilling medicine
  • Working with your insurance company
  • Find copay assistance and funding support for high copays

Visit ksppharmacy.org

Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Visit: ksppharmacy.org
Call: For more information, please call 1-833-KSP-4-YOU (1-833-577-4968)

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