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University of San Diego - Domestic Students

Pharmacy Network Information

Aetna Pharmacy Management

The prescription drug program is available through the Aetna Pharmacy Management. Aetna's pharmacy network includes national retail pharmacies such as CVS, Walgreens, Brooks, Eckert Drugs, as well as local independent pharmacies. To locate a participating pharmacy, call Aetna Pharmacy Management at 1-800-238-6279 or visit

Prescriptions must be filled at a Aetna participating pharmacy. Show your ID card when filling a prescription to be charged the applicable copayments for your prescription drug program. If a prescription needs to be filled prior to receiving your ID card, you can pay for the prescription and seek reimbursement by completing a Aetna Prescription Drug Claim Form and submitting it with the pharmacy receipt.

Mail Service Prescription Drug Program

Medications that are taken for a chronic condition can be filled for up to a 90-day supply using Aetna RX At Home Delivery Pharmacy Mail Service Prescription Drug Program. Mail order Prescription Drugs are available at 2.5 times the retail copay up to a 90 day supply up to the pharmacy benefit plan maximum.

To use the Mail Service Prescription Drug Program you will need to complete the Aetna RX At Home Delivery Order Form / Patient Registration Form. For additional assistance or questions regarding the Aetna RX At Home Delivery Pharmacy Mail Service call customer service at 800-227-5720.

To access the most recent Aetna Prescription Formulary that provides a listing of prescriptions and applicable copayments, click the link below and select "Aetna Commercial Formulary Fully Insured" and then the Three-tiered option from the drop-down menu.

Aetna Prescription Formulary

Prescription Override Option

For students who are traveling abroad and need to fill multiple months of a prescription prior to their departure, download the following information

Aetna Prescription Override FAQ

Contraceptive Coverage

As a result of Health Care Reform, many prescription contraceptive medications and products are now available at no cost to you when filled at a network pharmacy. Please click here for a list of covered contraceptives.