Pharmacy Services

UI Health Care pharmacies are not currently included in the White House’s N95 mask distribution partnership with pharmacies across the nation, such as Walgreens and CVS. At this time, we have not received masks, and we do not have N95 masks available for the community at any of our UI Health Care pharmacy locations.

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For Patients

Our Pharmacies

Patients choose our pharmacies for all the features of a retail pharmacy plus the benefits of providers who are familiar with their condition. Our pharmacies are located throughout the hospital and at two convenient locations in Coralville and Riverside. Our highly trained pharmacists explain your medications and help you with needed over-the-counter supplies.

Specialty Pharmacy Services

As key members of your care team, specialty pharmacists and technicians provide a variety of services such as answering medication questions 24-hours a day and working with your health insurance provider and other resources to see that your medications are affordable.

Clinical Services Provided by Pharmacists

Clinical Pharmacy Specialists provide care to patients that have established care at the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics. These pharmacists work with other members of the health care team to promote optimal patient outcomes.

Meds-to-Beds Program

Meds-to-Beds is a free service that offers education about medication, and delivers prescriptions and over-the-counter medications to patients before they leave the hospital.

Medication Assistance Program

UI Hospitals & Clinics social workers and pharmacists work with qualified patients and their families to acquire medications from pharmaceutical companies at little or no cost.

Poison Control Center

Hotline: 1-800-222-1222

Brochures about poison and poison prevention may be obtained by calling 1-319-356-2600.

For Pharmacy Professionals and Referring Providers

Pharmacy Residency

Our program attracts pharmacy graduates who are prepared to maximize their training in a fast-paced and supportive learning environment. We invite you to consider being part of the University of Iowa Health Care team.

Pharmacy Technician Training Program

The Pharmacy Technician Training Program is designed to prepare students for a career as a pharmacy technician through didactic, simulation, and experiential training. Under general pharmacist supervision, a pharmacy technician coordinates and performs the technical activities related to patient medications.

Drug Information and Medication Use

UI Hospitals & Clinics Drug Information Center responds to more than 5,000 information requests annually.

Investigational Drug Services

The primary goal of IDS is to assist and support principal investigators in meeting their obligations to study patients, the institution and research sponsors.

Career Opportunities

The Department of Pharmaceutical Care offers professional opportunities for clinical pharmacists and pharmacy technicians and rewarding positions for clerical and support staff and students.

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