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Vaccinations available

October 23, 2018 @ 9:13 AM
posted by Wender & Roberts


During flu season, get the shot from your friendly, neighborhood Wender & Roberts Pharmacist. If you are on Medicare then you may be eligible to get your flu shot for free! Come in any day during normal business hours. No appointment needed. Don’t delay!

Did you know that Wender & Roberts Pharmacy offers vaccination services including the vaccine for shingles?  Shingles can be very painful and debilitating.  If you have ever had chickenpox then you are at risk.

Click below to learn more about the shingles vaccine or call your Wender & Roberts pharmacist for more information.



Medicare: Where and How to Get Your Benefits

September 22, 2018 @ 11:15 PM
posted by Wender & Roberts


There are many ways to qualify for Medicare. Most people 65 or older are eligible for Medicare hospital insurance (Part A) based on their own — or their spouse’s — employment. You are eligible at 65 if you:

■ Receive Social Security or railroad retirement benefits.

■ Are not getting Social Security or railroad retirement benefits, but you have worked long enough to be eligible for them.

■ Would be entitled to Social Security benefits based on your spouse’s (or

divorced spouse’s) work record, and that spouse is at least 62. (Your spouse does not have to apply for benefits for you to be eligible based on your spouse’s work.)

■ Worked long enough in a federal, state or local government job to be insured for Medicare.

Before age 65, you are eligible for Medicare hospital insurance if you:

■ Get Social Security disability benefits and have certain medical conditions. (Call your local Medicare office for more information.)

■ Have been a Social Security disability beneficiary for at least 24 months.

■ Have worked long enough in a federal, state or local government job and you meet the requirements of the Social Security disability program.

— Source: U.S. Social Security Administration