Pharmacy Health Services is conveniently located inside the V.B. Harrison Health Center. This pharmacy is designated for Ole Miss students, as well as Ole Miss employees and their families. In order to serve you better, you may charge any medication you receive at this pharmacy directly to your bursar bill. You may also pay by cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, and Flex or Health Savings Accounts. We bill most insurance carriers for you. First-time users of Pharmacy Health Services need to fill out a First-Time User form, which is available here in PDF form or in paper form at Pharmacy Health Services.
Pharmacy Contact Info*After-hours pickup is available. Contact the pharmacy for details.
|Phone:||(662) 915-5279||Fax:||(662) 915-3259|
|Hours of Operation:||Monday - Thursday: 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
|Emergency Contacts (after normal business hours):|
|Poison Control Center:||(800) 222-1222|
|Emergency Room at Baptist Hospital:||(662) 636-1196|
Fax: (662) 915-3259
Monday-Thursday: 7:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Friday: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Address: V.B. Harrison Building
Second Floor, 400 Rebel Drive University, Mississippi 38677
Emergency Contacts (after normal business hours):
Poison Control Center: (800) 222-1222
Emergency Room at Baptist Hospital: (662) 636-1196
Frequently Asked Questions
How to get refills
Prescriptions originally filled at this pharmacy:
Call the automated refill line 24/7 at 877-677-9944. You will need the prescription number on your label.
Call the pharmacy line at 662-915-5279 while the pharmacy is open and talk to one of our pharmacy staff members. We will be happy to fill your prescription for you.
We can text you when your refill is ready. Just give us a number that receives texts and tell us you would like this service.
Prescriptions filled at a different pharmacy:
Have your other pharmacy fax or call the information to us. We can call your other pharmacy for you.
Prescriptions from your home provider:
Bring the paper prescription to school with you.*
Have your health care provider fax, call or e-prescribe the prescription to us.
Have your health care provider mail the prescription to us.
*This is important for medications that can’t be called or faxed by law.
How to use your insurance
If you don’t have your insurance card with you:
No problem. We can place the charge on your bursar account. When we receive the insurance information, we will process it and credit your bursar account for you.
How to get your insurance information to the pharmacy:
Bring the card with you at time of your visit/service.
Call 662-915-5279 with insurance information (BIN, PCN, group and ID).
If you can’t find your card:
We will need BIN, PCN, group and ID numbers. Your insurance company or home pharmacy can give this information to you.
Tobacco Cessation Program
This service is available to help students, faculty and staff who want to quit tobacco use, including both smokers and users of smokeless tobacco products. We offer a series of confidential, individualized support sessions and, if appropriate, medications. The sessions take place at the V.B. Harrison Student Health Services at the student’s convenience. Contact the pharmacy at 662-915-5279 if you have any questions about this service or to make an appointment. For more information, please click on this link: https://campusrec.olemiss.edu/smoke-free-campus/
Students, faculty and staff who have medication questions or concerns, including both prescription and over-the-counter medications, may contact Pharmacy Health Services at 662-915-5279 during normal operating hours. If you feel you are experiencing a major side-effect from the medication you have been prescribed or injections that you received, contact us immediately. We address a variety of questions, from how medications should be taken to the possibility of drug interactions. We can also provide recommendations about over-the-counter medications.
Please contact us if you have any questions about medications, services or policies.
Prescription drug coverage and your rights
- You need a drug that is not on your drug plan’s list of covered drugs. The list of covered drugs is called a formulary.
- A coverage rule (such as prior authorization or a quantity limit) should not apply to you for medical reasons.
- You need to take a non-preferred drug and you want the plan to cover the drug at the preferred drug price.
What you need to do
- The name of the prescription drug that was not filled. Include the dose and strength, if known.
- The name of the pharmacy that attempted to fill your prescription.
- The date you attempted to fill your prescription.
- If you ask for an exception, your prescriber will need to provide your drug plan with a statement explaining why you need the off-formulary or non-preferred drug or why a coverage rule should not apply to you.
Your drug plan will provide you with a written decision. If coverage is not approved, the plan’s notice will explain why coverage was denied and how to request an appeal if you disagree with the plan’s decision.
Refer to your plan materials for more information.
If Medicare, call 1-800-MEDICARE.