Pharmacy - About


Pharmacy PillsOur pharmacy staff is here to serve all UNM students, staff and faculty.

We offer a UNM SHAC Pharmacy discount to help save money on all generic medications. We also accept many insurance plans, and don’t worry, the co-pays are usually the same as if you went to your local pharmacy. We also provide text messaging and a mobile app to make using your pharmacy a lot easier. The pharmacy also stocks a variety of over-the-counter products, including dietary supplements. (For information, see Pharmacy Services.)

 



 

 

Pharmacy Hours - Fall 2020

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday: 800 AM-5:00 PM

Tuesday: 9:00 AM-5:00 PM

 

To reduce the risk of spread of COVID-19:

  • Before visiting the Pharmacy, call: (505) 277-6306, option 0

    We will have someone bring your prescription out to you at SHAC's west entrance.

    NOTE: Wait times may vary depending upon peak hours of the day (e.g., lunch hour and end of the day).
    We appreciate your patience.

  • If you are in need of a prescription refill only: Please secure message your provider through the SHAC Health Portal to request that refill. 

  • For birth control pills (oral contraception) only: If your annual prescription is expiring and you have been seen at SHAC, please send a secure message to Kara Stiles, ANP-BC.

  • All Pharmacy copays are being charged to your UNM Bursar's account, unless given a debit or credit card number over the phone.

  • See also: SHAC During COVID

PLEASE NOTE: SHAC is closed on all official UNM holidays (and campus closures due to weather/unforeseen circumstances). See SHAC Hours of Operation.


Pharmacy Location & Contact Information

The Pharmacy is located in room 206 on the second floor of Student Health & Counseling (SHAC).

Phone: (505) 277-6306  |  E-Mail: pharmacy@unm.edu

See also:


Students Browsing in PharmacyTips to help make your pharmacy visit go smoothly:

  • Present your ID. You must have a student or staff ID to visit the Pharmacy. Always present your current insurance card along with your prescription.
  • Tell the pharmacist about any known allergies to medications or food.
  • Tell the pharmacist about any other medications you are taking. Include prescription and non-prescription medications.
  • Plan in advance. Take your prescription to the Pharmacy as soon as possible so that you can start your medication as directed by your doctor.
  • For patient confidentiality, please inform us if you plan to have someone else pick up your prescription.