[Greater-Baltimore] ScripTalk locations in Baltimore
tlpickrel at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 15 11:50:35 UTC 2015
Trudy Pickrel here. please send me a flyer on script talk so I can find a pharmacy out here in Garrett Co. do any of the Major chain pharmacy carry it? Walgreens, CVS, RiteAid????
Trudy L. Pickrel
2nd Vice President
Maryland Parents of Blind Children
> To: greater-baltimore at nfbnet.org
> Date: Wed, 14 Oct 2015 20:23:13 +0000
> Subject: [Greater-Baltimore] ScripTalk locations in Baltimore
> From: greater-baltimore at nfbnet.org
> CC: CDanielsen at nfb.org
> Dear Fellow Federationists:
> ScripTalk is a free system that provides audible information about your prescriptions. It's available at some pharmacies in the Baltimore area. I have found it to be a useful service, and it is free to blind customers. You will receive a special device from En-Vision America that reads special labels that your pharmacist will affix to your prescription bottles. I hope the information below will be of use to you. You can contact En-Vision America or the pharmacies directly for more information.
> Chris Danielsen
> There are now 4 pharmacies in the Baltimore area providing ScripTalk audible prescription labels. Customers can contact the pharmacy to sign-up for ScripTalk label service. Feel free to contact me if you would like printed brochures or other information about the ScripTalk program.
> Wye Oak Pharmacy
> 1935 Lansdowne Rd
> Baltimore, Maryland 21227
> Local Phone: 410-536-0555
> James Pharmacy
> 1119 Light Street
> Baltimore, Maryland 21230
> Local Phone: 410-752-5810
> Walmart - Baltimore #3489
> 6420 Petrie Way
> Baltimore, Maryland 21237
> Local Phone: 410-687-6832
> Walmart - Towson #5344
> 1238 Putty Hill Ave Ste 5
> Towson, Maryland 21286
> Local Phone: 410-494-4619
> Sharla Glass
> Marketing, Purchasing & Data Management
> En-Vision America, Inc.
> 1845 Hovey Ave., Normal, IL 61761
> sglass at envisionamerica.com
> 800-890-1180 x152
> 309-452-3088 x152
> Christopher S. Danielsen, J.D.
> Director of Public Relations
> National Federation of the Blind
> 200 East Wells Street
> Baltimore, MD 21230
> Office: (410) 659-9314, extension 2330
> Mobile: (410) 262-1281
> Email: cdanielsen at nfb.org<mailto:cdanielsen at nfb.org>
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