Saint Joseph London Recognized for $1 Million Milestone by Kentucky Prescription Assistance Program
A representative from the Kentucky Department of Public Health’s Kentucky Pharmaceutical Assistance Program (KPAP) will present Saint Joseph London with a special certificate next week in honor of the facility’s work helping to procure $1 million in medication for Kentuckians in need.
KPAP helps the public access prescription drug programs offered by the drug manufacturers, discount drug programs and discount pharmacy programs. These programs offer prescription drugs free or at reduced costs for qualifying individuals and/or their families.
WHAT: Saint Joseph London KPAP Award Presentation
WHEN: Wednesday, July 24 10:30 a.m.
WHERE: Saint Joseph London 1001 Saint Joseph Lane, London
**Media meet in main lobby.**
· Photo of award presentation by Deanna Jessie, KPAP representative, to Saint Joseph London representative · Interviews with June Rawlings, director, Community Health Outreach and Debra Mills, prescription assistance coordinator, Saint Joseph London, regarding importance of prescription support for patients
MORE ABOUT KPAP:
The Kentucky Prescription Assistance Program began in the fall of 2008 to help citizens in need obtain free and reduced cost prescription medications through a variety of support programs, including those offered by prescription drug manufacturers. The goal of the program is to enable access to free prescription drugs for low income patents, improve medication compliance, decrease emergency room visits and hospitalizations and help patients be well. Saint Joseph London became a KPAP partner in 2010.