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Pharmacy Services

Get your prescriptions filled by expert pharmacists, nurses and technicians focused on safe medication practices. We’re ready to address your questions and needs.

Closing for Winter Break

The following locations are closing for the winter break starting November 25, 2020:

These locations will reopen the week of February 1, 2021. Use one of our other pharmacy locations if you need UVA pharmacy services.

Free Home Delivery

Avoid a visit to the pharmacy. Get your prescriptions delivered to your home for free.

To set up delivery, call 434.297.5500 to:

  • Confirm your address
  • Pay or set up payment

Make sure to call at least 7 days before you need your refill. Call Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Payment Options

We’re committed to making sure you get your medications when you need them. Right now, we’re only accepting payment by:

  • Credit card
  • Debit card

But you can still get your medicine if you only have cash. We’ll fill your prescriptions and discuss later billing and other payment options with you.

Support for Special Prescriptions

We provide expert care and compassionate service to patients taking high-cost and complicated specialty medications. Most retail pharmacies don't provide the storage, handling and delivery these medications need. Our facility provides unique expertise and attention to detail for these cases. We work with insurance companies and providers to coordinate everything for you.

UVA Prescription Discount Program

We offer several generic medications at discount prices.

With this program, prescriptions cost:

  • $4 or $10 for a 30-day supply
  • $12 or $30 for a 90-day supply

You can purchase these low-cost prescriptions up to 6 months in advance and whether or not you have insurance.

Learn more about this drug discount program or see the list of prescription discounts.

Medicare and Your Rights

Learn about prescription drug coverage rights with Medicare (PDF).

Drug Take-Back Program

What's the best thing to do with outdated or unwanted medication? Putting drugs in the garbage or flushing them down the toilet has risks. The safest option is to deposit old prescription drugs at a secure, registered location.

UVA offers two locations for Central Virginia residents:

  • Lee Street (two receptacles)
  • Zion Crossroads

The take-back receptacles are green metal boxes with a drawer at the top. Once you put medications in the drawer and close it, the medications drop into a locked storage box below. Once the box is full, we remove the medications from the box and have them destroyed by an outside processor.

You can deposit drugs at any time, day or night. The two drug take-back boxes stay open in the lobby of the Lee Street pharmacy 24/7.