Access to medicines is a cornerstone of Pfizer’s commitment to healthcare. For more than 25 years, Pfizer has helped patients in need with assistance and information, so they can get access to the Pfizer medicines prescribed by their doctors. During the last five years alone, Pfizer helped 2.5 million uninsured and underinsured patients gain access to more than 30 million Pfizer prescriptions, including oncology medications.
It is easy for patients to get support and access to Pfizer medicines:
- Call center: Patients can dial a new toll-free phone number: 1-844-989-PATH (7284) and regardless of their insurance status, can consult with a Pfizer Medicine Access Counselor. The Counselor will connect patients with the Pfizer assistance programs and resources that can best meet their needs.
- Website: The Pfizer RxPathways website (www.PfizerRxPathways.com) has features on the assistance programs, such as patient assistance (free medicine) program, our savings program for uninsured patients, insurance counseling for insured patients, brand co-pay cards for patients with commercial insurance, patient programs for specific brands or disease states, and more.