Post Natal Nurse Home Visitor Program
Pharmacy Residency (PGY1)


Parkland pharmacy staff wants to help you get well and save you time. We are a member of the medical team dedicated to your care and healing. We will help you get your medicine and teach you more about them and how to take them safely.

We work hard to meet your needs. Every day, Parkland retail pharmacists fill roughly 7,000 prescriptions.

Beginning in early 2024, the Parkland pharmacies will be going through system changes. It may take longer for your refills to be ready. You will get a phone call, text or MyChart message once your prescription is ready for pick up. For more questions, please contact your pharmacy directly.

Ron J. Anderson Pharmacy  214-590-6120
Moody Clinic Pharmacy  215-266-0013
Garland Pharmacy 214-266-0662
Bluitt Flowers Pharmacy 214-266-4310
C.V. Roman Pharmacy  214-266-1300
deHaro Saldivar Pharmacy 214-266-0646
Hatcher Station Pharmacy  214-266-1072
Southeast Pharmacy  214-266-1760
Mail Order Pharmacy  214-290-6120

Your Team

Our skilled pharmacists work with you to make sure you have the right medicine and understand how to take them. Our Med Transition of Care Techs can help you find programs or resources that you may qualify for to help pay for your medicine. They will also help you with the application process for those programs and assist with enrollment into Medicare Part D.

Getting Your Medicine

Learn more about how to get your medicine.

Parkland pharmacies are located at the hospital as well as at community clinics. Find a Parkland pharmacy near you.

Want to save time? Use mail order pharmacy instead.

Correctly using your prescription drugs can be a difficult process. Watch Parkland's educational videos to help you understand your medication and treatment.

For Parkland pharmacy durable medical equipment (DME) intake packet, click here

How can we help you?

If you have questions about how to get your medicine, please call the phone number on your prescription label.