CBHA Pharmacies

The One-Stop-Shop for All Your Pharmacy Needs

Pharmacies are on-site at every Columbia Basin Health Association clinic. Our pharmacies provide patients with convenient access to medications at an affordable cost. Our state-of-the-art record keeping system allows our team to quickly process requests, significantly reducing the time you wait for medications.

For your most common illnesses, such as the flu, common cold, or gastrointestinal discomfort, our CBHA pharmacy is here to help. Qualified pharmacy technicians are here to help, whatever the issue.

Our full-service pharmacies include:

  • Close-to-home access to the medicine you need
  • Expert help with your family’s everyday illnesses
  • No appointment needed
  • Drive-thru pharmacy access
  • PickPoint Feature

With convenient on-site access, you can visit with your physician and a pharmacist in one trip.

Call 800-330-2242 to speak with a member of our pharmacy staff today!

REFILL HOTLINE: 509-331-1633

Dispose Your Unwanted Medications at Our Clinics

Do you have medications in your home that have expired, or don’t need anymore, but don’t know what to do with them? We have a place where you can safely dispose of them.

A Medication Disposal Kiosk is available at all of our clinic sites (Othello, Connell, Mattawa) where you can drop off your expired or unwanted medicines. Medications that are dropped in the kiosk are secured and locked. However, to protect your privacy, we want to remind you to remove all personally identifiable information on your medication labels before disposing of unwanted medicines.

By having the kiosk at our clinics, community members have the convenience of coming in during our early and late hours. You do not need to be a patient of CBHA to dispose of your medications, this service is open to anyone and everyone.

The Disposal Kiosk will accept medications in any dosage form. Kiosk WILL NOT accept:

  • Herbal Remedies
  • Vitamins
  • Supplements
  • Cosmetics
  • Personal Care Products
  • Medical Devices
  • Batteries
  • Mercury - Containing Thermometer’s
  • Sharps
  • Illicit Drugs
  • Pet - Pesticide Products


When taking medications, take them as prescribed and never share or give them away.

Store all medications in a safe place. Keep them in a secured location, away from people or pets who may come in contact with them.

Dispose of expired, unwanted or unused medicine immediately. NEVER place medications in the trash, recycling or down the toilet.

For questions about your medications, please give our pharmacy a call at 509-488-5256, and we will be happy to assist you.