FAQ

Question:

 What information do I need in order to pick up my medication? 

Answer:

In order for a student to pick up medication they must present their Action Card along with their student identification number.

Question:

 Do I pay for my medication now? 

Answer:

The SHC Pharmacy forwards all charges to the student’s bursar account. 

Question:

 Can I purchase Over-the-Counter products in the Pharmacy? 

Answer:

Yes, we carry a limited supply of over the counter products. 

Question:

 Can I phone in my prescription refills? 

Answer:

The SHC does allow call-in refill prescriptions. 

Question:

 Can my friend or roommate pick up my prescription? 

Answer:

Yes. Your “friend” must present your Action Card along with a note giving your consent to fill the prescription. 

Question:

 Does the SHC Pharmacy accept prescription drug cards? 

Answer:

At present the pharmacy only accepts certain plans. Please present insurance card at the time you have your prescription filled. The pharmacy can also provide you with an authorization statement that can be sent to any insurance provider.

Question:

 Can I get all my birth control pills filled at one time? 

Answer:

Not at this time.

Question:

 Can I wait for my prescription at the window? 

Answer:

No, due to privacy issues you should wait in the designated sitting area. 

Question:

 Can my doctor call in a prescription for me? 

Answer:

Yes

Question:

 Can I have the pharmacy hold my prescription until I need it? 

Answer:

Yes our computer system is able to store your prescription until you are ready to have the medicine filled. 

Question:

 Can I refill my prescription elsewhere once it has been filled at the SHC? 

Answer:

Yes, just have a pharmacy call us and we will transfer it to them. 

Question:

 Who works in the pharmacy? 

Answer:

Pharmacy Staff: