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UPMC Mercy Health Center Pharmacy

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UPMC Mercy Health Center Pharmacy provides prescription and other convenient, retail pharmacy services for:

  • UPMC patients
  • UPMC staff and their dependents
  • University of Pittsburgh faculty and staff

Our pharmacists and staff work closely with you and your doctors to help you manage and understand your prescription medications.

Our Services

UPMC Mercy Health Center Pharmacy fills prescriptions for most health
insurance plans including UPMC, Highmark, and most Medicare Part D plans.

  • Convenient location: 1st floor UPMC Mercy Health Center
  • New prescriptions
  • Phone refills at 412-232-7672
  • Prescription transfers
  • Prescriptions for patients upon hospital discharge
  • 90-day prescription for only two co-payments for UPMC Health Plan members
  • UPMC and Pitt employee discounts on over-the-counter medications

Clinical services

  • Limited medication compounding
  • Patient medication counseling

Contact Us

UPMC Mercy Health
Center Pharmacy
1515 Locust St., 1st Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Phone:412-232-7672
Fax: 412-232-3177

Hours
Monday through Friday:  
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Closed weekends and holidays.​

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