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Medication Brownbag Screening

Location Details

710 S. Paulina St.
Johnston R. Bowman Center, Room 438
Chicago, IL 60612

August 12, 2020 - 9:30am

Many medications we take, including those we buy over the counter, interact with one another, and can unfortunately reduce the effectiveness of those medications, or can even cause harm. Communicating with your pharmacist should prevent this, and we'd like to start the conversation. If you have questions about the medications you are currently taking, join us for the opportunity to meet privately with a Rush pharmacist to address these questions. Space is limited. Please call ahead to schedule an individual appointment.

These appointments will be in person with social distancing and mask-wearing enforced; however, if you feel more comfortable with a virtual appointment, a Zoom appointment will be scheduled for you.

Thank you for your interest in Rush University Medical Center wellness events. This program’s date has passed. Please check the calendar for future events or call (888) 352-RUSH (7874) to learn about other wellness programs offered.

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