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St. Lukes Meridian could get pharmacy kiosk

St. Lukes Meridian is looking to add a self-service pharmacy, adding to a project we first told you about last week.

Pivot North wants to build a 209 square foot pharmacy kiosk in front of the hospital at S. Eagle Rd. The building would hold a self-service pharmacy kiosk where patients can pick up prescriptions without entering the hospital.

The application letter said the design idea would be to have a ‘minimal footprint’ and ‘compliment’ the hospital. The letter also said they would install windows, so patrons can check if the kiosk is occupied.

“An 8” concrete curb runs around the base of the building to provide a solid water barrier at the base of the building. The storefront windows along the front and down both sides of the building, will be color-matched to the existing Medical Center,” the application letter said. “A thin brick veneer makes up the body of the building. This thin brick will be a blend that matches the existing Medical Center. Above the storefront and thin brick will be EIFS that is color matched to the existing Medical Center.”

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Pivot North writes that the roof color and metals would also match the existing facility.

The application said they will not add additional parking for the pharmacy kiosk. 

Autum Robertson - BoiseDev reporter
Autum Robertson is a BoiseDev reporter focused on Meridian and McCall. Contact her at [email protected].

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