The staff at the University of Chicago Medicine Specialty Pharmacy understands that your medical needs may be complex and that there is a lot to know when working with your doctor and insurance company.

We are dedicated to providing you with the personal service necessary to ensure that you achieve the most benefit from your therapy including:

  • Enrollment in the Patient Management Program to help you manage side effects, increase your ability to stay on your drug therapy and improve your overall health
  • Training, education and counseling
  • Medication refill reminders
  • Free delivery of your medication 
  • Access to a pharmacist 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Working with your insurance company to make sure your medication cost is covered 
  • Enrollment in programs to help with the cost of your medication

We are open Monday - Friday, 8 am - 5:30 pm

Our Services

We know that your medical needs may be complex and can feel overwhelming at times. We are here for you. 

Our staff along with your doctors, nurses, family and friends will work together as one health care team. Our goal is to provide you with quality care. 

Conditions We Service

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Payment Policy

Before your care begins, a staff member will let you know your part of the cost that is not covered by your insurance or other third-party sources.

Your part of the cost may include but is not limited to: out-of-pocket costs such as deductibles, co-pays, co-insurance, and annual out of pocket limits.

We will provide this information if there is a change in your insurance plan. If you ask, we will also provide you with the cash price of the medication.

Patient Rights and Responsibilities

UChicago Medicine Specialty Pharmacy knows that all patients have basic rights. Patients who feel their rights have not been respected, or who have questions or concerns, can talk to the Director of Ambulatory Pharmacy.

Patients and their families also have responsibilities when under the care of UChicago Medicine Pharmacy in order to help us provide safe, high-quality health care for themselves and others. The following patient rights and responsibilities will be provided to, and expected from, patients or legally authorized persons.

To make sure you are getting the best care possible, as a patient getting our pharmacy services, you must understand your role, rights and responsibilities involved in your own plan of care.

For a minor or a patient needing help in understanding these rights, both the patient and the parent, legal guardian, or other responsible person must be fully informed of these rights. All pharmacy employees will be able to talk about patient rights and responsibilities with the patient and caregiver. Employees will be trained on rights and responsibilities when hired and every year following.

As our patient, you have the right and responsibility to:

Providing a High Level of Quality

Our specialty pharmacy is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) and the Utilization Review Accreditation Commission (URAC).

These achievements recognize that our pharmacy operates at a high level of quality, integrity and effectiveness.

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Notice of Privacy Practices

This notice describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed (shared) and how you can get access to this information.

View the most current version of this notice

Additional Pharmacy Services

Learn more about our pharmacy services:

You may request to pick up your Speciality Pharmacy prescriptions at: