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Get Your Medications with Hassle-free Home Delivery

Filling your prescriptions doesn’t have to be a hassle—especially when you can have your medications delivered right to your home.

 

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As a SelectHealth member, you can enjoy prescriptions delivered to your door. What do our members love about Intermountain Home Delivery Pharmacy?

Convenience

No more waiting around at the pharmacy—prescriptions are delivered to your doorstep. Plus, not only does a three-month supply mean fewer errands and less to worry about, you can save up to 5% on copays by filling once vs. three times.  

Personalized Service

The Home Delivery Pharmacy works with your doctor to receive and fill new prescriptions. They also work with your current pharmacy to move your prescriptions to the Home Delivery Pharmacy. Pharmacists and pharmacy technicians are available to answer questions about your medication therapy, pricing, or any medication-related concerns that you have.  

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Speedy, local delivery

Because Intermountain Pharmacy is local, they can ship prescriptions quickly to anywhere in the state.

No Shipping Charges

The Home Delivery Pharmacy ships your medications free of charge anywhere you live. Your orders arrive in unmarked, tamper-resistant packaging for your privacy.  

How Does It Work?

This free home delivery service is available to all SelectHealth members with pharmacy benefits. It’s easy to get started:       

Sign up

Fill a prescription

  • Doctors can e-prescribe directly to Intermountain Home Delivery Pharmacy
  • Call and speak to a friendly pharmacist who will transfer prescriptions from another pharmacy for you—no additional calls necessary
  • Prescription(s) will arrive in unmarked, tamper-resistant packaging within 5 to 7 business days  

HAVE QUESTIONS?

Call SelectHealth Pharmacy Services at 800-538-5038 weekdays, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and Saturday, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. TTY users, please call 711.  

 

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Sandy Patton

Sandy is a Marketing Communications Specialist and has been with SelectHealth for 15 years. Her prior roles include health education and wellness coaching.