Lane Pharmacy in Zachary

Your On-Site Source for Prescriptions and Consultation

As part of Lane, we are close to your health care provider and close to where you live. Your physician can electronically send your prescription to the pharmacy for us to start filling your prescription right away.

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Lane Pharmacy Information


clock iconMonday - Friday

8 AM - 6 PM


Map Icon6300 Main Street

Zachary, LA 70791

(Inside Lane Regional Medical Center across from the cafeteria.)


Phone IconPhone: 225-658-6770

Fax: 225-658-4291


Lane Pharmacy Services

  • Convenient, fast, professional servicePharmacy staff horizontal
  • Easy refill options day or night by phone
  • Bedside delivery available
  • Most insurance plans accepted
  • Curbside delivery now available

Easy Prescription Refills

Lane Pharmacy makes it easy to order your prescriptions by calling 225-658-6770.  Or have your provider fax in the order to 225-658-4291.

Lane Pharmacy Frequently Asked Questions


  • What are the benefits of having my prescriptions filled at Lane Pharmacy?

    We offer convenient, fast, professional service that also saves you a stop on the way home so you can begin the recovery process sooner. 

    Our on-site pharmacists are available to answer any questions you have about your medication before you leave.
    We will ensure that you are taking the right medication and the right dose at the right time.
    Lane Pharmacy is competitively priced and accepts most insurance plans.


  • How long will I have to wait for my prescriptions?


    We begin processing your prescriptions as soon as we receive them from your physician.

    You also have the option of picking up your prescriptions at Lane Pharmacy, conveniently located on the first floor across from the cafeteria.


  • Will my discharge prescriptions go on my hospital bill or are they separate?

    Your discharge prescriptions filled at Lane Pharmacy are separate from your hospital bill.

    We will bill your prescription insurance first and you will be responsible for any co-pays upon receipt of the medications.