The Student Health Pharmacy serves the prescription needs of UMKC students, including but not limited to, those seen by Student Health and Wellness. Common prescriptions filled by the Student Health Pharmacy are antibiotics and oral contraceptives. Some over-the-counter medication is available for purchase. Call the Pharmacy for more information.
816-235-6565 Attn: Pharmacy
Hours of Operation
- Tuesday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
- Thursday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
The 4825 Troost building and parking lot are fully accessible. If you require assistance with access to the building, call 816-235-6133.
The following list of frequently asked questions was compiled in consultation with a licensed pharmacist. This information is not meant to replace your doctor’s recommendations. Always consult your doctor before using medication.
We can only fill prescriptions for currently enrolled UMKC students.
The Student Health Pharmacy has most common medications. Other medications may be specially ordered by the pharmacist. We do not carry any controlled substances. Some over-the-counter medications are also available for purchase. Call 816-235-6103 with any special medication questions.
The Student Health Pharmacy offers medications that are marked down at a lower rate than most retailers. Therefore, when we acquire medications at a lower price, we pass that savings on to you. Call us for a quote today!
We accept cash, check or you may bill your student account for prescriptions.
The UMKC Student Health Pharmacy accepts the Aetna Student Health Insurance Plan. We also accept many other insurance plans. Please call to see if we take yours!
Either call or come by the pharmacy with the prescription number, name of the current pharmacy and phone number. Staff will call the pharmacy and transfer your prescription to the Student Health Pharmacy.
We welcome calls about prescription prices and will do our best to quote a price over the phone; if not, we will take your contact information and get back to you as soon as possible.
By law, a licensed pharmacist must be on duty for a patient to pick up a prescription.
* Individuals with speech or hearing impairments may call Relay Missouri at 800-735-2966 (TTY) or 800-735-2466 (voice).