The University of Houston Health Center Pharmacy is committed to excellence inpatient care. Our pharmacists serve as an integral part of the heath care team to help provide optimum outcomes and medication management. We believe strongly in educating patients about their medications including proper use, length of therapy, side effect, and potential drug interactions.
The Health Center Pharmacy's limited formulary carries a variety of both prescription and OTC medication at competitive prices.
Pharmacy services are available to all currently enrolled students, faculty and staff. A valid UH ID is required. Prescription services are not currently extended to spouse and dependents.
Valid prescriptions are accepted from any physician licensed to practice in the United States. Prescriptions can be faxed or phoned in by your provider.
Most prescriptions filled at other pharmacies can be transferred to this pharmacy. We will need the pharmacy’s phone number and your prescription number to request a transfer. Valid ID must be provided for all off-campus prescriptions and transfers.
Payment is required at the time of service. The only insurance plan accepted is the UH endorsed Student Health Insurance Plan. For all other insurance plans, the patient must pay at the time of service and submit a claim to their insurance company.
How do I refill my prescription?
It is very important that you take your medications as prescribed by your medical provider and that you not run out of on-going medications. Call in refill requests to the pharmacy three (3) days before you are due to run out of medication(s). Allow 24 hours processing if you have refills. If your medication(s) do not have refills or is a special order, please allow 48 hours (2 days) for to obtain authorization and processing.
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