Home Medical Supply
& Corporate Office
309 East Street
(413) 737-7456
(413) 781-0642 Fax

Mon - Fri 8:30AM to 6:00PM
Sat 8:30AM to 2:00PM



Retail Pharmacy &
Compounding Pharmacy
300 Birnie Avenue
(413) 736-5649
(413) 736-5099 Fax


Date of Notice: October 12, 2017

We regret to inform you that Louis & Clark Pharmacy, located at 300 Birnie Ave , Springfield, MA , will cease operations at the close of business, at 5PM on Friday, October 27, 2017. It has been a pleasure to have served you over the years and we thank you for your support. If you wish to have your prescriptions refilled at Louis and Clark Pharmacy we will gladly accomodate your request and if you wish to have your prescription transferred to a different pharmacy we will gladly honor that request as well, as long as you have requested and picked up your refilled prescription or you have requested a transfer of your prescription prior to 5PM on Friday October 27, 2017. If you seek a refill after that date, all prescription records will be transferred to Louis & Clark Pharmacy located at 490 Page Boulevard, Springfield, MA 01104. The phone number of the 490 Page Boulevard location is 413.781.2996 and the fax number is 413.737.0693. If you contact this pharmacy after the date of the transfer, you can still transfer your prescripton to another pharmacy, or have it refilled by the pharmacy located at Page Boulevard in Springfield, MA.

If you or your prescriber has any questions regarding this matter, please have them contact the pharmacy at the phone number or fax number noted above.


The Management at Louis & Clark Pharmacy, 300 Birnie Ave, Springfield, MA 01107




Long Term Care
Facility Pharmacy

490 Page Boulevard
(413) 781-2996
(413) 737-0693 Fax

Mon - Fri 9:00AM to 7:00PM
Sat 9:00AM to 3:00PM



Home Medical Supply
238 Northampton Street
Easthampton, MA 01027
(413) 529-1811
(413) 529-9006 Fax

Mon - Fri 9:00AM to 5:00PM


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DSC 0336 sizedfeatherThe Affordable Care Act & You

One of the promising new elements of the Affordable Care Act (people often refer to it as ObamaCare) is the Health Insurance Marketplace. Unfortunately, the initial rollout in October did not go as planned. We're hopeful the problems will be fixed and this open market approach will allow consumers to shop and compare for health insurance. The result should be lower costs.

Of course here in Massachusetts, we've had a version of the national law since 2006. We've seen lawmakers reconcile provisions in our laws with the new Federal mandates.

The implementation schedule of the Affordable Care Act can seem uncertain and we share your apprehension. At Louis & Clark, we constantly monitor this complex situation. We are on the lookout for significant changes that can benefit (or negatively effect) our customers.

Many of our customers utilize MassHealth. We have assigned dedicated staff to specifically assist customers navigate the requirements and regulations of the State's medical benefits. While not required, Louis & Clark has always made the extra effort to help our customers with insurance company procedures. It just seemed like the right thing to do.  

How does the new law effect pharmacy benefits and home medical supply? 

Other than make you nervous, not much. Massachusetts has already gone through most of its growing pains with mandatory health insurance coverage. Your prescriptions and other benefits already have established procedures.

While we can't offer legal advice or clinical opinions, we can help you navigate our services. You can periodically check here for any significant changes as a result of the Affordable Care Act. But rest assured, we'll be here to help.