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​Bayside Pharmacy Delivery Information

Bayside Pharmacy offers free delivery within the city limits of Erie and to UPMC Hamot staff at their worksites. If you live outside of the delivery zone, we will mail your prescription at no additional cost.

» Bayside Pharmacy delivery zone

You must prepay for your prescription with a credit card, Flexible Spending Account (FSA) card, cash, or check. UPMC Hamot employees may also use payroll deduction. Please call the pharmacy at 814-877-6785 to provide this information.

Delivery Zone

Bayside Pharmacy Delivery Zone Map 

We will deliver prescriptions as far west as Asbury Road, as far south as Grandview Boulevard, and as far east as Bird Drive.

How to Arrange for Delivery of Your Prescriptions

You must prepay for your prescriptions with a credit card or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) card (or payroll deduction, if you are a UPMC Hamot employee). Please call the pharmacy at 814-877-6785 to provide this information.

To request delivery, call the pharmacy and leave a message with the following information (your information will remain confidential):

  • Your name
  • Birth date
  • Phone number
  • Where the prescription should be delivered
  • What medication you would like delivered
  • How you are paying

Contact Information

300 State St., Suite 102
Erie, PA 16507

Phone: 814-877-6785
Fax: 855-683-0156​

Hours of Operation

Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday: 8:30 a.m. to noon
Closed Sundays and holidays

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