Fresh Market Commitment to Women’s Health
We know how busy life is. Women have many roles and finding time to care for their own health can be challenging. Fresh Market Women’s Health Services offer a simplified, no appointment needed, low cost solution for common health issues that affect women. Fresh Market Pharmacies offer consultation and prescription services for hormonal contraception (birth control), uncomplicated urinary tract and vaginal yeast infections.
Birth Control Law / Recent change to legislation / Utah Hormonal Contraceptive Law
The role of pharmacists in Utah continues to expand. Utah passed the Utah Hormonal Contraceptive Law, Family Planning Access Act Utah Code 26-64-104 which authorizes pharmacists to write and dispense birth control prescriptions to female patients 18 years and older.
Beyond the extensive training required to become a pharmacist, each of Fresh Market Pharmacists has undergone additional training to provide these clinical services. Fresh Market Pharmacists are required to complete nationally accredited Certification Programs and demonstrate knowledge of clinical practice recommendations prior to providing any of the Women’s Health Clinical Services.
What to expect during your visit
We understand potential sensitivity around the birth control service and want to ensure every patient feels comfortable discussing their birth control options with our pharmacists. Most of our pharmacies offer private consultation rooms, allowing for confidential discussion. Patient privacy is of the upmost importance. Each pharmacy team member will take every precaution to ensure your privacy and make you comfortable during your visit.
Our pharmacies accept walk-ins and have extended business hours to help you get in and out quickly.
- Complete a brief questionnaire.
- Our trained pharmacist will provide a short consultation, including a blood pressure check, review your medical history and discuss your birth control options.
- You will be provided with a birth control option and use instructions.
A clinical service fee is collected at the time of service and is the patient’s responsibility. If prescription medications are dispensed most insurances are accepted. Check with the pharmacist prior to starting the consultation.