GlaxoSmithKline Resources

GSK wants to help you learn more about your health, which is why we've made available a number of health information Web sites and downloadable resources for your reference. Please look through our health resources and see what GSK can provide you.

Medicine Record Form (PDF Format)

Keep track of the medicines you're taking with this form, which you can bring with you during visits with your healthcare provider. Each time that you take a new medicine, add the name of that medicine to your Medicine Record Form.

GSK Response Center

The GSK Response Center is staffed by trained specialists who have the knowledge and resources to answer your questions about GSK medicines. You can reach them by phone or e-mail.

To talk with a representative, call: 1‑888‑825‑5249. 
To send an email click here
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:30 am - 5:30 pm ET

GSK Reimbursement Resource Center (RRC)

The GSK Reimbursement Resource Center is a reimbursement support program that helps patients and healthcare professionals in the U.S. with coverage, coding, and reimbursement issues for certain GSK products.

Specific services include: verification of benefits as well as assistance with denied or underpaid claims, prior authorization, coding issues and resources to help with out of pocket costs for certain GSK products.

If you have questions, please call the GSK Reimbursement Resource Center at  1‑800‑745‑2967, Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 8:00 pm Eastern Time. Assistance is available in Spanish and many other languages / La asistencia está disponible en español y muchos otros idiomas.

Vaccines may help in the prevention of certain diseases. But many adults don't realize that immunity provided by certain vaccines may fade over time. This may make adults vulnerable to getting and spreading diseases that can be serious and sometimes fatal.

Staying up-to-date on your recommended vaccinations, along with other activities such as eating right and exercising, can be an important part of staying healthy.

On the site, you will find:

  • A tool to help you find where vaccinations are available near you
  • Facts about certain diseases including risk factors, prevalence, and ways to protect yourself
  • Vaccination recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Visit the Web site for more information.

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