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Now offering regular and high-dose flu shots to current Cheshire Medical Center patients without an appointment. Learn more about the 2021 influenza vaccination.

Pharmacy illustration of pill and dropper bottles.

Cheshire Medical Center patients have the convenience of a pharmacy right here within the medical center. No matter who your prescribing doctor is, if you are a patient or employee of Cheshire Medical Center or Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Cheshire’s pharmacy can fill your prescription.

Our pharmacy accepts most prescription insurance plans, and is a preferred pharmacy for members of Dartmouth-Hitchcock and Cheshire Medical Center employee insurance plans. Please be prepared to present your insurance card when dropping off your prescriptions.

Services provided

  • Automated prescription refill call-in line
  • Blood pressure checks (see a pharmacy associate)
  • Drug take-back box
  • Immunizations*

*As allowed by the New Hampshire Board of Pharmacy. 

Medication assistance

It is important that you take every dose of medication your doctor prescribes, even if they are expensive. If you struggle to pay for the prescriptions you need, staff at our Center for Population Health are here to help. Find out more on the Medication Assistance page.

Prescription Advantage Program

Our Prescription Advantage Program offers deep discounts to some of the most commonly prescribed medications. Visit the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Prescription Advantage Program page for more details.

Location and contact information


In the main lobby of Cheshire Medical Center


Monday through Friday: 7:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
Sunday: Closed

*The pharmacy is closed on the following holidays: New Year's Eve and Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Eve and Day.

Prescription refills

Call 603-653-3785 and follow the instructions to refill a prescription, including choosing Keene as your pharmacy location. When requesting a refill you will need:

  • The prescription number (located in the top, left-hand corner of the prescription label)
  • A call-back phone number to complete the request
A pharmacist handing medication to a customer

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Did you know there's an app for that?

Visit our Web Pharmacy on your computer, tablet or phone to fill your prescriptions, track the status of your refills and manage your preferences online. See a list of your prescriptions, order refills, and check their refill status.

  • Set up reminders for when it’s time to refill and take medications.
  • Refill by simply scanning the code on your prescription.
  • Easily transfer your prescriptions to a Dartmouth-Hitchcock pharmacy like the one in Cheshire's Main Lobby.
  • Take control of the kind of reminders and messages you receive.

Learn more about the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Web Pharmacy app