Assisted Living

Comprehensive medication management for assisted living communities.

Personalized, comprehensive medication management from Symbria Rx Services is designed specifically for assisted living communities. It keeps your residents safer and makes life easier for your staff.

Our assisted living pharmacy programs deliver the following advantages to set your community apart:

  • Improved efficiency and safety. Our convenient, easy-to-use packaging options work with your medication management model, save time, reduce errors, and deliver priceless peace of mind to assisted living residents and their families. We offer two dispensing options:
    1. Pre-sorted 7-day unit-dose or multi-dose strips identified with resident name, medication name, dosage, date, and administration time are delivered pre-sorted in trays for communities doing nurse medication administration.

    2. comprehensive-medication-management 14-day multi-dose strips labeled as above and packaged in our proprietary MyTYMTM box to streamline medication supervision by non-professional staff.

  • Free and frequent delivery, minimal refill orders.   We deliver new admits and new orders to your assisted living community once or twice a day and fill emergency orders on request. Refills are rarely needed; they are primarily autofilled on your community's regular cycle.

  • Unique supervision MAR structures this critical task for non-professional staff. Med photos, resident photos (if available), check boxes, and a notes area guide CNAs and assistants through best-practice med supervision.

  • Trusted expertise. Symbria pharmacists are available 24/7 to answer questions or address emergency needs.

  • Monthly billing.  We bill the resident's Medicare Part D Plan or other insurance for covered items, and bill the resident monthly for any copays, co-insurance amounts, or non-covered items.


Contact us today to learn more about the positive impact that our comprehensive medication management services can have on resisent satisfaction and your community's succuss



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