(617) 661-5575 (pediatrics only)
Conveniently located at HUHS in the Smith Campus Center, the Pharmacy fills prescriptions written by HUHS clinicians and accepts a variety of prescription insurance plans (Optum, CVS Caremark, Express Scripts, MedImpact, Tricare, among others). All members of the Harvard community can visit the Pharmacy to purchase over-the-counter products. A private consultation room is available to discuss your confidential prescription questions.
The Pharmacy carries a formulary of prescription medications and over-the-counter products, many of which are available at lower prices than other pharmacies. We are only able to fill prescriptions written by HUHS clinicians. A generic medication may be substituted and dispensed for a prescribed brand medication as mandated by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Students can receive up to a three-month supply for most medications, and there is discounted prescription pricing for Harvard University Group Health Plan members for a 90-day supply.
Call the automated 24-hour refill line at (617) 495-8468. Be prepared to supply the seven-digit prescription number located at the top-left corner of the prescription label. You can also call the Pharmacy directly during regular business hours at (617) 496-6661.
Visit the HUHS Pharmacy refill website to setup an online account. Once you create an account, the Pharmacy will activate your profile within one to two business days. You can then download the HUHS Rx app on your iPhone or Android smartphone to easily manage your refills. Frequently asked questions about the online refill system.
Pick up your refills 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at the ScriptCenter kiosk in the HUHS first floor (swipe your HUID for access after hours). Available exclusively to HUHS patients, refills are filled by HUHS Pharmacists, and loaded into the kiosk for you to pick up at your convenience. In most cases, refills are ready for same-day pick up. You can also purchase common over-the-counter items such as: pain relievers, allergy relievers, nasal sprays, eye drops, and heartburn relievers.
- Create a unique ID and PIN at www.scriptcenter.com
- Order your refill
- Receive pick up alert
- Pay at the kiosk using Visa, Mastercard, student bill, or employee payroll deduction.
The Pharmacy provides free prescription refill delivery to students and Harvard University Group Health Plan members at the Law School and Medical Area clinics. Some restrictions may apply and sign-up is required. Please note the delivery program is only for refill prescriptions that are considered schedule VI as defined by Massachusetts Law. Schedule VI includes most prescription drugs except for controlled substances.
Students insured under the HUSHP Student Health Insurance Plan will only need to enroll one time. The agreement will stay in place for the duration of the student's prescription benefit. For HUGHP members, the agreement will stay in place until you notify the HUHS Pharmacy otherwise. If you wish to discontinue service at any time, please contact the Pharmacy directly at (617) 496-6661.
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The HUHS Pharmacy is excited to announce a new initiative called the “Consumer Drug Take-Back" (CDTB) program. The CDTB program is a great way to assist in combating drug misuse, abuse, and diversion while protecting our rivers and streams. The program will provide a convenient way to dispose of unused or expired medications (prescription and over the counter). The receptacle is not designed or set up to accept illegal drugs, needles, thermometers, inhalers, liquids/lotions, aerosol cans, or hydrogen peroxide.
What happens to unused drugs:
The secured CDTB green receptacle will be located at the pharmacy counter. Individuals will have free access to dispose of unused or expired prescription and over the counter medications when the pharmacy is open. The CDTB receptacle is self-service and requires no assistance from pharmacy staff members.
The CDTB receptacle will be available for use starting September 4th, 2018.