Easily manage your medications with Mail Order Pharmacy.

Save time, stay healthy and rest easy knowing that your prescriptions are being managed and reviewed by the UVM Health Network Pharmacy you know and trust.

Easy prescription transfers—we take care of it!
Working directly with your provider and previous pharmacy, we’ll transfer your prescriptions to our Mail Order Pharmacy.

Medication and safety reviews
We review your medications list at every renewal to ensure they are appropriate and interact safely with each other.

Locally fulfilled and mailed medications
Prescriptions are filled and shipped by our pharmacists in Burlington, VT.

We track renewals for you—never get stuck without your meds
When you're running low, we'll automatically call you to approve your next shipment.

We synchronize your prescriptions—no more juggling multiple renewal dates
Get your prescriptions renewing on the same schedule, reducing multiple renewal dates.

Our pharmacists are just a call away
Whether it's a prescription renewal or a medication question, our pharmacists are here to help.


How it works

1. Sign up by calling 802-847-3784
Call our offices Monday–Friday, 8:30 am –5 pm to sign up. Or complete our contact form and we will reach out to you.

2. We transfer, review and sync your prescriptions
We work directly with your provider and pharmacies to transfer your prescriptions. We review medications for safety and help get them renewing on the same schedule.

3. Your medications are delivered to your address
It really is that easy. Medications are safely delivered on time, right to your mailbox.


Two easy ways to sign up!

Call 802-847-3784 and get started today!
We’re available Monday–Friday, 8:30 am – 5 pm. Please have your name, date of birth, address, phone number, a credit card, list of allergies, and prescription insurance information available.

Fill out our contact form and we’ll reach out to you!

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Need help paying for your prescriptions?

The UVM Health Network’s Health Assistance Program (HAP) helps eligible low- and middle-income families get prescription medications at no cost. We can also help with enrollment in state and federal programs, including obtaining insurance through the Vermont Health Connect exchange.

Learn more at UVMHealth.org/Assistance »


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