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Our Pharmacies

Our pharmacies do more than refill prescriptions – they are staffed by the area’s leading experts on thousands of medications, and make decisions that help maximize a patient’s drug therapy.

In addition to our four retail pharmacies, we offer anticoagulation services to patients taking blood-thinners, and we train some of the brightest new pharmacists in our region through our post-graduate education program. 

We have four retail pharmacies in Corvallis, Albany and Lebanon to serve you.

Open to the Public

 Elm Street Pharmacy
1010 7th Ave. SW, Albany

 Phone: 541-812-5071
 Refill line: 541-812-5070

Weekdays, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. to noon


Geary Street Pharmacy
1700 Geary St. SE, Albany

Phone: 541-812-5544

Weekdays, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m


Samaritan Pharmacy - Corvallis
3521 NW Samaritan Drive, Suite 202, Corvallis

Phone: 541-768-5225
Refill line: 541-768-5230

Weekdays, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.


Samaritan Pharmacy - Lebanon
675 N Fifth St., Lebanon

Phone: 541-451-7119
Refill line: 541-451-6410

Weekdays, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. (drive-up open until 7 p.m.)
Saturday, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. (drive-up only)


Anticoagulation Services

Samaritan’s anticoagulation services are available for patients with a Samaritan health care provider and who are on the blood thinner “warfarin” (Coumadin®) in Benton, Lincoln and Linn counties.

Warfarin is an anticoagulant medication that works to prevent the blood from clotting so that it is less likely to block blood vessels. Too much warfarin can cause significant bleeding, while too little warfarin will not provide adequate protection from blood clots. For this reason you will need to have regular blood tests to monitor and help determine the amount of warfarin you should take.

Our anticoagulation staff will help answer any questions you may have about warfarin and how it may impact your life. Our staff is also able to provide management of low molecular weight heparin (long-term or for “bridging") as well as provide education about the new oral anticoagulants. In the meantime, you can watch the instructional video below to learn more about the blood thinner warfarin.

For Patients Taking Warfarin

An informative video for patients taking the anticoagulant warfarin.

Watch Video

Other Pharmacy Programs

Access to affordable medication and quality pharmacy services is an important part of a community’s health care. Here are some of the pharmacy-related programs happening in our communities.

Medication Assistance Program
The Samaritan Medication Assistance Program provides over $250,000 per month of free prescription drugs to those who have no medication insurance and are unable to afford the cost of their medications. This program is only available to patients of Samaritan Health Services-affiliated providers. For more information, call 1-800-255-8165.

Free Medications for Community Clinic Patients
Samaritan pharmacies in Corvallis and Albany provide over $16,000 per month of free prescription medication to patients of In-Reach clinic in Albany and Community Outreach clinic in Corvallis.

Personal Medical Information
Samaritan Health Services physician clinics and pharmacies are now distributing Personal Medication Information cards to help patients keep track of their current medications. The Personal Medical Information card is a chart to help you and your family members keep a current record of information that physicians need to know to ensure safe and complete medical treatment. This record includes immunizations, allergies, prescribed medications, and any vitamins, herbal supplements or over-the-counter medicines.

Residency in Pharmacy Practice
Samaritan’s Residency in Pharmacy Practice at Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center teaches newly licensed pharmacists how to provide clinical pharmacy services. The program includes rotations in many areas of hospital and outpatient pharmacy practices.