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Community Briefs 6/15/23

Posted 6/15/23

24-hour ScriptCenter prescription kiosk opens at Naval Hospital Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE – Naval Hospital Jacksonville now has a 24-hour ScriptCenter prescription kiosk. The kiosk is just one …

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Community Briefs 6/15/23


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24-hour ScriptCenter prescription kiosk opens at Naval Hospital Jacksonville
JACKSONVILLE – Naval Hospital Jacksonville now has a 24-hour ScriptCenter prescription kiosk. The kiosk is just one of the many innovations from the
hospital to provide better service and reduce wait times for patients.
The ScriptCenter machine, which was installed at both the main hospital and Satellite pharmacies, has undergone a week of usage by staff to be aware of
its capabilities. The machine in the hospital will be located inside automatic doors near the quarterdeck, just steps away from the pharmacy and will be available 24 hours a day.
“When you call-in a refill or activate new prescription, you can select the ScriptCenter for pick up,” said Lt. Cmdr. Jose Pulido, Pharmacy department
head. “Even if you have someone pick up the script, the machine will take a photo to show who picked up medication. The only limitation on the new machines are on prescriptions that need to be refrigerated.”

Learn, win by downloading passport to Clay County
history
CLAY COUNTY – For the second year, Clay County will encourage everyone to play along as they learn about the county’s rich history.
All you need is a mobile phone to participate in Clay County History Passport, and everyone is eligible to win prizes.
To download the passport adventure, visit exploreclay.com/passports/.
Some exciting places everyone can visit – and complete their passports – include the historic courthouse and jail in the Historic Triangle in Green Cove Springs, Camp Chowenwaw, Camp Blanding and Spring Park.

Teens can work out for free this summer at Planet Fitness
CLAY COUNTY – Starting May 15, teens 14-to-17 years old can work out at Planet Fitness for free during the summer.
In addition, the company will be giving away $200,000 in scholarships.
There are three Planet Fitness clubs in Clay County – 1980 Wells Road and 700 Blanding Boulevard, both in Orange Park, and 1514 County Road 220 on Fleming Island.

Mission of the Dirt Road
offering free showers
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS – Adults can sign up for free showers on Tuesdays and Fridays at the Mission of the Dirt Road, 7790 State Road 100.
Adults can utilize the services from 10 a.m. to noon on Tuesdays and from 9 a.m. to noon on Fridays. Families with children can get free showers on Tuesdays from 4-6 p.m. Showers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Residents are required to sign up during the day of the shower. To make a reservation, call or text (601) 568-3473.