The prescription drug program is available through the UnitedHealthcare Pharmacy Network. United'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 United at: 1-855-828-7716 or visit www.uhcsr.com and click on "Student Health Insurance & Plans".
To pay only a co-payment for prescriptions they must be filled at a United participating pharmacy. Show your ID card when filling a prescription to be charged the applicable copayments for your prescription drug program. If a prescriptions needs to be filled prior to receiving your ID card, you can pay for the prescription and seek reimbursement by completing a UHC Pharmacy Reimbursement 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 United Healthcare's (UHC) Network 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 maximum allowed benefit.
Prescription Override Option
For students who are traveling abroad and need to fill more than 6 months of a prescription prior to their departure, download the following information.
- Gallagher Student Health & Special Risk
500 Victory Road, Quincy, MA 02171
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