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Pharmacy

Ball State Health Center Pharmacy

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The Ball State Student Health Center Pharmacy is located in the Ball State Health Center inside the Amelia T. Wood Building, and is open to current Ball State students and employees.

The pharmacy provides the highest quality care and quality medications and also helps educate students when using prescriptions. Other services include:

  • Online medication refills
  • Screening for interactions
  • In-depth counseling
  • Continued monitoring
  • Education on medical devices
  • Formulary of common medications which are available for $8 for a treatment course or a one month supply. Talk to the pharmacist or provider for more details.

A pharmacist is available for consultation during the pharmacy’s hours of operation. All messages will be addressed within one business day.

We strive to develop strong relationships with both our providers and patients to ensure optimal medical results.

Note: The pharmacy accepts payment by cash, credit card, debit card, bursar's charge, and most insurance plans except for Medicare and Medicaid. If you wish to make a charge to your bursar account, you must present a valid Ball State ID. If you are picking up a controlled substance, you must show a government-issued photo ID such as a driver's license or a passport.

If you are using a Medicare plan for payments, IU Health Pavilion Community Pharmacy, located one block south of campus at 2401 W. University Ave, OMP 1635, can work with you.

Overview

The pharmacy provides the highest quality care and quality medications and also helps educate students when using prescriptions. Other services include:

  • Online medication refills
  • Screening for interactions
  • In-depth counseling
  • Continued monitoring
  • Education on medical devices
  • Formulary of common medications which are available for $8 for a treatment course or a one month supply. Talk to the pharmacist or provider for more details.

A pharmacist is available for consultation during the pharmacy’s hours of operation. All messages will be addressed within one business day.

We strive to develop strong relationships with both our providers and patients to ensure optimal medical results.

Note: The pharmacy accepts payment by cash, credit card, debit card, bursar's charge, and most insurance plans except for Medicare and Medicaid. If you wish to make a charge to your bursar account, you must present a valid Ball State ID. If you are picking up a controlled substance, you must show a government-issued photo ID such as a driver's license or a passport.

If you are using a Medicare plan for payments, IU Health Pavilion Community Pharmacy, located one block south of campus at 2401 W. University Ave, OMP 1635, can work with you.

Need to dispose of expired, unwanted or unused medicines? See information on safe disposal options for unused medications provided by the FDA.

Unused Medications

Need to dispose of expired, unwanted or unused medicines? See information on safe disposal options for unused medications provided by the FDA.

Indiana University Health Retail Pharmacies comply with the requirements of the Ryan Haight Online Pharmacy Act

Indiana University Health Retail Pharmacies are licensed pharmacies with the ability to fill medications in the state of Indiana and other selected states. The Indiana University Health Retail Pharmacies will only dispense a prescription to a person who has a valid prescription issued for legitimate medical purposes based upon a medical relationship with a prescribing practitioner, which includes at least one prior in-person medical evaluation or medical evaluation via telemedicine.