Student Health Pharmacy Medication Refill
March 17, 2020
In recent campus-wide emails, chancellor has made remote learning available to all students in the Spring Quarter. For those who are using Student Health Center Pharmacy for medication refills but will be out of the area during the Spring Quarter, please consider the following,
You may reach out to our pharmacy BEFORE you leave the campus. Please communicate with our pharmacy via our Online Prescription Refill page to request additional medication supply for the Spring quarter. Please allow us 48 to 72 hours to prepare your prescriptions. Please note that we will do our best to assist you with your request, however, refills that require medical provider’s authorization will still apply and may take longer.
To access the Online Prescription Refill page, please follow the below instruction if you are not familiar with the process.
- From, www.shc.uci.edu, click on the “Student Health Patient Portal”
- Login using your UCInetID
- Click on “Request a Medication Refill”
- Select “New Message”
- Click on “I would like to send a secure message to the Student Health Center”
- Click “Prescription Refill Request”
- Continue to fill in appropriate text boxes as accurately and completely as possible.
Your Rx-number is located on your prescription label in the yellow bar right above your name.
- If you are unsure, please add necessary comment under the “Comment” section
- Click “send”
If internet access is restricted, you can also reach us via phone and leave us a voice message at 949-824-5923. Please provide us the following information:
- name, date of birth, and student ID
- Prescriptions Number or medication name
- Additional comment if any
If you stay local and have access to the UCI campus, there should not be any change for you. Our UCI SHC Pharmacy, with the current direction from leadership, will still operate under the normal business hours. For the most up to date information of our center we encourage you to check our website at www.shc.uci.edu for more information.
Thien T. Vu, PharmD
UCI Student Health Pharmacy
Albert Chang MD, MPH
UCI Student Health Center