Online Pharmacy: Save yourself a phone call - refill your UW Health pharmacy prescription with a few clicks of your computer's mouse.
Note: Our Online Pharmacy is for UW Health prescriptions only. If you would like to change your prescription to a UW Health pharmacy:
- Call the UW Health Pharmacy you would like to use for your prescriptions. Find a UW Health pharmacy
- Tell our pharmacists which prescriptions you would like transferred and where they were last filled.
- Tell our pharmacists which refill option you prefer: pick-up, delivery or delivery by mail.
Immunizations: Protect yourself from illness with immunizations. UW Health pharmacists are certified to provide immunizations against influenza and shingles.
One-on-One Private Teaching: Our pharmacists offer complete counseling services, including medication teaching guides and free, private consultation. In addition to a prescription label, we print a drug information form for you, providing details specific to your medication.
Telephone Inquiries: We encourage you to call our pharmacists with any questions about your medications.
Personal Medication Review: As a special service to our patients, we offer the opportunity to meet privately with one of our pharmacists for an extended review of all your medications. To arrange for this personal consultation, call one of our pharmacies.
Specialized Pediatric Care: American Family Children's Hospital Pharmacy specializes in issues unique to pediatric patients, working with your physician to make the process of giving medication at home easier.
UW Hospital and Clinics is a nationally recognized leader in the provision of high-quality, patient-centered inpatient pharmacy services. Areas of national preeminence include patient safety, innovative use of technology and automation, drug use policy and training future leaders for the profession of pharmacy. In 1993, UW Hospital and Clinics was the second hospital in the world to implement a robotic barcode medication dispensing technology. In 2001, we were among the first hospitals in the U.S. to implement a handheld wireless barcode medication scanning system used at the patient's bedside that nearly eliminates medication administration errors.