We’re delighted you’ve decided to switch to CVS Pharmacy .
You can quickly transfer prescriptions to us from another pharmacy in 3 easy steps — all online.
Our pharmacists will take it from there.
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Can I refill a prescription at a different pharmacy?
Call your physician’s office if you need a new prescription and provide them the name and phone number of your new pharmacy. You do not need to transfer your prescriptions if you are getting a refill from a pharmacy within a chain like Walgreens or CVS.
How do I refill my prescription at CVS?
There’s a new way to refill your prescriptions: just send a text!
- Text “Refill” to CVS-TXT (287-898).
- When prompted, enter your prescription number.
- Then enter your pharmacy’s phone number.
- Choose your pick up time.
How do I refill a prescription?
There are several ways to refill your prescription:
- In person. Go to the pharmacy where you originally filled your prescription, request a refill, and either wait for it or come back to pick it later.
- By phone. Use the pharmacy’s phone number listed on your medicine label to call in your refill.
- By mail.
How do I change my pharmacies?
Tips for Switching Pharmacies
- Talk to Your New Pharmacy. Once you’ve found a trusted, new pharmacist, talk to them about your plan to transfer.
- Know Your Prescriptions. Switching pharmacies requires a little–but not a lot–of research and planning.
- Let Your Doctor Know.
- Refill All Prescriptions at Your New Location.