Having quick access to your prescription medications makes taking care of your health easier. At University of Missouri Health Care, our pharmacies provide convenient services in locations throughout the area. We help you manage your health conditions and stick to the medicines your doctor ordered.
Our pharmacies provide comprehensive services, including:
- Medical adherence and synchronization
- Medical equipment and devices
- Medical supplies
- Over-the-the counter medications
- Refill services
- Specialty pharmacy services
Convenient pharmacy services
Mizzou Pharmacies offer a variety of services designed to make your health care easier. Find a location.
Our Medication Adherence team helps you fill all of your prescriptions at one time, and can discuss ways to help you afford them
Online prescription refill requests
Mizzou Pharmacy’s online refill option is temporarily unavailable as we upgrade our systems. We appreciate your patience! Please contact your pharmacy directly for refill requests.
Bedside medication delivery service
If you are in the hospital, you may need medicines to take home with you. Using our bedside delivery service, you can have the medicines you need delivered straight to your room. This convenient service helps you avoid stopping on the way home or waiting in line for your medications so you can go home to heal and rest.
Mizzou Pharmacy offers a full range of immunizations, including zoster, meningitis, TDap, pneumonia and other childhood immunizations. You don’t need an appointment or prescription to get your recommended vaccines. We accept most health insurance policies.
To receive an immunization at our pharmacies, you must be age 12 or older. Children under 18 need a parent or guardian present.
To make your immunization experience easy, please bring:
- A completed Vaccine Administration Record (download here)
- A form or payment
- Your insurance card
You should plan to spend at least 30 minutes at the pharmacy so we can observe you after you receive your vaccine.
Not sure which immunizations are right for your child? Contact your Mizzou pharmacist for more information on recommended vaccines. Many schools, such as Columbia Public Schools, also offer vaccination requirement information online.
Prescription drug disposal
Mizzou Pharmacy offers two locations you can dispose of old or unused prescription drugs: University Hospital and Keene Street. Labeled drop-off boxes are located within the pharmacy entrance. Accepted substances include prescription medications, in original packaging if possible, over-the-counter medications and liquid medication bottles.
Our pharmacies are unable to accept illegal substances, needles or syringes, sharps containers, medical devices or batteries, aerosol cans or inhalers, chemicals, mercury-containing devices, radiopharmaceuticals, or liquid-antineoplastic agents, such as chemotherapy or cytotoxic drugs.
For your convenience, we offer retail pharmacies at many MU Health Care hospitals and clinics throughout Columbia. Whether you are in the hospital or running errands around town, our pharmacies are always nearby and ready to serve you.