With many pharmacies around the Twin Cities area temporarily closed, there are easy, alternative ways for you to get your medicine.
- Consider refilling prescriptions at a location within the same chain that is open. Pharmacies within the same chain, like Walgreens and CVS, can transfer prescriptions without needing a new prescription from your doctor. Just call the location before you arrive to make sure they’re open.
- HealthPartners members with pharmacy coverage who don’t use a chain pharmacy can call Member Services at the number on the back of your ID card for help finding an in-network pharmacy. The team is available Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For after-hours support our pharmacy partner, MedImpact, is ready to help. Call 800-593-8505.
- Patients not covered by HealthPartners insurance should contact their health plan to find a convenient, in-network pharmacy.
- Many pharmacies also offer delivery services or mail order to minimize unnecessary travel:
- Capsule Pharmacy
Provides same-day delivery within the 494/694 highway loop for patients in Minneapolis and St. Paul who can’t travel. Learn more.
Call 612-504-1000 to get started. Or, visit capsule.com to set-up an online account. This includes providing credit card payment information for prescription costs and a cell phone number to receive delivery updates.
- Walgreens Pharmacies
Free, express delivery is available via Fed-Ex during COVID-19. Deliveries arrive in 1 to 2 days. Visit Walgreens.com or their mobile app to set-up an online account. This includes providing credit card payment information for prescription costs and indicating preferred delivery method.
- CVS Pharmacies
Free delivery is available via US Postal Service until end of June. Deliveries arrive in 2 to 3 days. Visit CVS.com to set-up an online account. This includes providing credit card payment information for prescription costs and indicating preferred delivery method
- Capsule Pharmacy
I have HealthPartners insurance
If you have HealthPartners drug coverage, you can find helpful tools for getting the most from your benefits.
I use a HealthPartners pharmacy
We have pharmacies located at our hospitals throughout the Twin Cities and Western Wisconsin.
Western Wisconsin locations
Park Nicollet, Central MN and HealthPartners pharmacies are now closed. Prescriptions have been transferred to Walgreens – see your location here.
Get the most from your prescriptions
Did you know that you can get expert help for your prescription drug questions? Call a Pharmacy Navigator with benefits questions. And, with Medication Therapy Management, both patients and plan members can get help managing side effects and interactions.