Good Shepherd, Transplant Foundation Team to Provide Low-Cost Medication

As a result of the partnership, patients of the foundation – which helps out those facing financial hardship by providing grants for transplant-related expenses – now also have access to either free or at-cost prescription medications through Good Shepherd Pharmacy. Drugs covered through the arrangement include transplant-related medication, maintenance medications which led to the need for a transplant and medications prescribed as a result of adverse reactions related to treatment.

“They’re a national organization and our first national partner,” said Good Shepherd founder and CEO Dr. Philip Baker. “Even though we’re just doing the state of Tennessee, we do plan to as we add licensing in other states just extend this program all across the country.

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