Pharmacy Services

Our pharmacy staff are trained experts in medication safety. We are here to ensure you have the right medications to keep you healthy and safe.

Mason General Hospital

  • Mon-Sun: 7 am – 5 pm

Inpatient Services

Our inpatient pharmacists focus on high risk medications and work closely with the hospitalists to ensure medications are dosed and administered safely. The pharmacy staff are all trained and competent in compounding sterile products (medication infusions, TPNs, etc.) for inpatient and outpatient needs. We also have technicians dedicated to performing medication history audits to ensure our patient medication lists are accurate and up to date.

Outpatient Services

We provide outpatient pharmacy services for employees of Mason Health and their benefited dependents.

Anticoagulation Clinic

Our pharmacists provide this specialty clinic to ensure patients safely take warfarin. The pharmacists not only perform the lab, but they prescribe and manage the warfarin dose, and educate the patient all in the same visit to ensure safe and efficient services.

Flu Vaccinations at MGH Anticoagulation Clinic

Please note, the flu vaccine is still available for adults.  Patients can still call the Anticoagulation Clinic for easy drive-up access.  Community members can reserve an appointment by calling 360-432-3263 for a flu vaccination and then drive to the parking lot of the Anticoagulation Clinic, formerly known as the MGH Surgery Clinic. The clinic is located near the Maple Glen Senior Living facility.

Please remain in your vehicle for the duration of the appointment. A pharmacist will come out and provide you with further instructions. Patients and community members are also welcome to reach out to their regular health care provider to schedule a flu vaccination at any Mason Health clinic. 

The clinic is located at 1710 N. 13th Loop Road in Shelton.

What Should You Do With Unwanted Medicine?

Mason Health has a new medicine disposal kiosk, established in partnership with Med-Project. The kiosk is located in Mason General Hospital. Visit during open hours and ask to be directed to the kiosk in the Administration Hallway.


Medications in any dosage form, except for those identified as Not Accepted below, in their original container or sealed bag.

If transferring medicines to a sealed bag, please be sure to recycle remaining packaging.


  • Herbal remedies
  • Vitamins
  • Supplements
  • Cosmetics
  • Other personal care products
  • Medical devices
  • Batteries
  • Mercury-containing thermometers
  • Sharps
  • Illicit drugs
  • Pet-pesticide products

Learn more in the brochure at the bottom of the page, or by visiting:

Drug Take Back Box