PLEASE NOTE: The CAMC Pharmacy at Cross Lanes is CLOSING permanently effective Monday, Aug. 14, 2017.
Please use either of our other pharmacy locations:
CAMC Cancer Center (open Mon-Fri) or
CAMC Memorial Hospital (open 7 days a week)
We apologize for any inconvenience.
314 Goff Mountain Rd., Suite 3
Cross Lanes, WV 25313
Phone: (304) 388-7050
Fax: (304) 388-7055
Monday through Friday
9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday and Sunday
9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The CAMC Pharmacy at the Cross Lanes Urgent Care Center provides convenient one-stop shopping for urgent care patients, as well as prompt prescription services for the community. Our pharmacists are caring, trusted professionals who can answer your questions and meet your pharmaceutical needs.
The pharmacy at the CAMC Urgent Care Center in Cross Lanes is open to the public just like any other retail pharmacy. Although it is a convenient option for urgent care patients to get their prescriptions filled on-site immediately after their visit, anyone can get prescriptions filled during regular business hours.
Yes. However, depending on demand and the type of medication needed, just as with any other retail pharmacy we may need to order medications if we do not have them in stock. Feel free to call and check that we have the prescription you need.
If you see a physician at the CAMC Urgent Care Center in Cross Lanes and would like to fill your prescription with us, the physician will automatically send us your prescription so we can fill it as you finish your visit to minimize your wait. We accept cash, credit or debit card payments. If you do not see an urgent care physician, simply present your prescription at the Drop-Off area of the pharmacy counter. We will process your information and fill your prescription quickly.
Yes, your doctor can call, fax, or electronically submit your prescription. You will need to call us to give us your information (e.g., name, address, etc.) and let us know to fill the prescription. Phone: (304) 388-7050; Fax (304) 388-7055.
Yes, West Virginia state law requires us to fill your prescription with a generic equivalent if one is available unless you or your doctor specify otherwise.
Yes, we have a limited selection of over-the-counter items.