GSK offers several patient assistance programs to help eligible individuals without prescription medicine coverage obtain free GSK medicines through the mail. There is no cost associated with getting help from any of our patient assistance programs—GSK does not charge an administrative fee or enrollment fees.
NOTE: Some medicines are only available at a retail pharmacy and are not distributed through mail order.
You can enroll in one of our patient assistance programs in 3 easy steps. If at any time you need help enrolling, experienced GSK representatives are available by phone to walk you through the process.
Learn more about the variety of programs that exist.
Is Your Prescription Medicine Included?
An alphabetical list of the GSK medicines included by our patient assistance programs is provided below. To find out whether the medicine you’re taking is included in any GSK patient assistance program, click on the first letter of your medicine’s name. If your medicine is listed, you may further filter by patient assistance program. Then click Update. If your medicine is not in the list it may be because the medicine is not a GSK medicine, or because the medicine is not included in our programs or, based on your income you do not qualify for the patient assistance program.
ADVAIR DISKUS® 100/50 (fluticasone propionate 100 mcg and salmeterol 50 mcg inhalation powder)
ADVAIR DISKUS® 250/50 (fluticasone propionate 250 mcg and salmeterol 50 mcg inhalation powder)
ADVAIR DISKUS® 500/50 (fluticasone propionate 500 mcg and salmeterol 50 mcg inhalation powder)
ADVAIR® HFA 115/21 (fluticasone propionate 115 mcg and salmeterol 21 mcg)Inhalation Aerosol
ADVAIR® HFA 230/21 (fluticasone propionate 230 mcg and salmeterol 21 mcg)Inhalation Aerosol
ADVAIR® HFA 45/21 (fluticasone propionate 45 mcg and salmeterol 21 mcg) Inhalation Aerosol
GSK Access provides certain GSK prescription medicines — at no charge — to qualified patients who are enrolled in a Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Plan. You may enroll directly in GSK Access, or with the help of a family member or friend.
Bridges to Access provides GSK non-cancer (non-oncology) medicines — at little or no cost — to qualified patients.
You may enroll in the program on your own by mail or through an Advocate if medicine is needed that same day.
Commitment to Access provides GSK cancer (oncology) and specialty pharmacy products — at little or no cost — to
qualified patients. You must enroll in the program though an Advocate (ie, someone such as a healthcare worker, social worker, or case worker who is involved in the delivery of your healthcare).
COMMITMENT TO ACCESS® Reimbursement Support Program
The CTA Reimbursement Support Program helps you find reimbursement for and access to GSK oncology and specialty medicines. In addition to providing reimbursement support, the Reimbursement Support Program can help arrange delivery of your medicine, and can guide you to other resources. The Reimbursement Support Program also includes the GSK Co-Pay Assistance Program for selected oncology and specialty oral medications.
The Together Rx Access card is a discount card, sponsored by GSK and other companies. It is designed to help those without prescription coverage take care of their health. It may help you save 25% to 40% on certain medicines. Savings can vary. The Together Rx Access Program will stop accepting new applicants on December 31, 2013.
GSK is one of a number of pharmaceutical companies that is a member of Partnership For Prescription Assistance
GSK and many other drug companies offer ways to help you save on your prescriptions. If you have prescriptions for medicines made by other companies, check to see if they offer any prescription assistance programs (most major pharmaceutical companies do). For a centralized source of information on many patient assistance programs and their requirements, visit Partnership for Prescription assistance at www.pparx.org, or call toll-free at 1-888-4PPA-NOW (1-888-477-2669).