Mercy Health Pharmacies Offer Delivery, Curbside Options

Low-contact options for patients amid COVID-19 pandemic

Norton Shores, Mich. (April 23, 2020) – Mercy Health Pharmacies now offer delivery and curbside pickup options amid the COVID-19 pandemic. These options offer a low-contact way for patients to receive their medications.

Delivery service is now offered at all Mercy Health retail pharmacy locations. To set up delivery, patients should call their pharmacy directly. The cutoff time for same-day processing is noon each day. Please allow 24 to 48 hours for delivery.

In addition, all pharmacy locations in Muskegon and Mercy Health Pharmacy Wege Center in Grand Rapids are offering curbside pickup. Patients will need to pay for the prescription over the phone prior to pick up.

Three Mercy Health Pharmacy locations, Hudsonville, Rockford and North Muskegon, also offer drive-through pickup.

For pharmacy locations and details, visit

For up-to-date information regarding Mercy Health’s response to COVID-19, visit  


About Mercy Health

Mercy Health is a regional, multi-campus, Catholic health care system serving West Michigan and the lakeshore with four hospital campuses, more than 90 physician offices, more than 1,300 medical staff physicians, more than 800 hospital beds and more than 9,000 colleagues, and hospice, home health and long-term care service offerings. Mercy Health Physician Partners, our multi-specialty medical group, employs more than 700 physicians and advanced practice professionals in Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Holland and the lakeshore. Mercy Health has annual operating revenues of about $1.4 billion and returns about $80 million to its communities annually through charity care and community benefit programs. Mercy Health, a member of Trinity Health, is committed to being a trusted health partner for life, transforming the communities we serve, by providing high-quality care that is the most accessible, compassionate and personalized in West Michigan. Visit us at

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