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UPMC McKeesport Outpatient Pharmacy

The outpatient pharmacy at UPMC McKeesport offers pharmaceutical services for:

  • UPMC McKeesport and other UPMC patients
  • UPMC staff and their dependents
  • University of Pittsburgh faculty and staff
  • UPMC CancerCenter facilities and programs

Our pharmacists and staff work closely with health care professionals to provide you with the prescriptions you need before you leave the hospital or physician office.

Our Services

We offer a very convenient prescription fill process for our patients upon discharge to help eliminate the need to make another stop before reaching home.

We are conveniently located on the first floor in the Shaw Building where you or a caregiver can stop in and pick up your prescriptions on your way out of the hospital.

A pharmacist will be available for medication consultation at pickup or you may choose to call us anytime with questions.

Our pharmacy's services include:

  • Prescriptions for patients upon discharge
  • Pharmacist consultations and counseling on medications
  • Assistance with medication costs and other prescription issues through collaboration with social workers, care coordinators, and other health care professionals
  • Discounts on over-the-counter medications for UPMC employees
  • Employees with UPMC insurance can receive a 90-day supply of medication for a 60-day supply copay
  • Prescription transfers
  • Most insurance plans are accepted.

Contact Us

UPMC McKeesport Outpatient Pharmacy
1500 Fifth Avenue
Floor 1, Shaw Building
McKeesport, PA 15132

Phone: 412-664-3100
Fax: 412-664-3101

Hours
Monday to Friday:
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Closed Weekends and Holidays

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