The Student Health Center carries a limited supply of prescription medications such as antibiotics, creams and ointments, antidepressants and others. We do not routinely fill prescriptions from other medical providers. The exception to this is birth control.
If you need to get prescriptions filled regularly, have your prescription transferred to a pharmacy in Oshkosh.
If you do not have health insurance and are taking prescribed medication, you may be eligible to receive your medication directly from the pharmaceutical company’s Patient Assistance Program free or for low cost. First, obtain a prescription from a health care provider. Then make an appointment to meet with our Registered Nurse, Cindy Schroeder, or call her at (920) 424-2424 to process your application.
You may be requested to provide verification of your income. To find out if your medication is available from a Patient Assistance Program, go to: www.needymeds.org.
The Student Health Center at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will dispense over-the-counter medication at no cost such as Ibuprofen, acetaminophen and Benadryl, as needed.
Some of these pharmacies may deliver for a fee.
Schultz Pharmacy is downtown; walking distance from campus.
|Schultz Pharmacy||220 N. Main St.||(920) 233-2151|
|Aurora Pharmacies||1940 S. Koeller St.||(920) 236-9494|
|2101 Bowen St.||(920) 303-5006|
|855 Westhaven Dr.||(920) 303-8830|
|CVS Pharmacy||1736 W. 9th Ave.||(920) 235-6664|
|Hometown Pharmacies||321 N. Sawyer St.||(920) 426-0763|
|1828 Jackson St.||(920) 231-3300|
|Shopko Pharmacy||1300 Koeller St.||(920) 426-5770|
|Target Pharmacy (CVS)||1900 S. Koeller St.||(920) 233-4287|
|Walgreens Drug Pharmacies||950 S. Koeller St.||(920) 303-1712|
|1100 Emmers Lane||(920) 237-4753|
|315 W. Murdock Ave.||(920) 231-8664|
|Walmart Pharmacy||351 S. Washburn St.||(920) 231-2219|