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To speak with a pharmacist at one of our community pharmacy locations call:


Mercy’s Family Health Center Pharmacy

Phone: 312-567-2050


Mercy’s Community Pharmacy at Pulaski 

Phone: 773-432-0100
Fax: 773-432-0101


Mercy’s Community Pharmacy at Oakwood Shores

Phone: 773-451-0712
Fax:  773-451-0714



 

Mercy’s Community Pharmacies provide easy access and cost effective options for your pharmacy needs.
Prescriptions or refill requests can be filled same-day or before you leave the physician's office. Most major insurance plans are accepted  at our pharmacy locations. We also accept prescriptions from physican's outside the Mercy system.  Mercy's Community Pharmacies also help to serve the underserved in the community.


Mercy’s Community Pharmacy locations include:



Community Pharmacy at Mercy Hospital 

2525 South Michigan Avenue, located on the Main Floor of the Hospital in the Family Health Center.
Open Monday through Friday 8:00am-8:00pm (closed on weekends and holidays) 

Phone: 312-567-2050
 

• Prescription Medications
• Over the counter medications and consultations
• Pharmacist consultation



E-Prescribing: Your physician can send your new prescriptions through electronic prescribing. Anytime a refill is needed, the request can be sent directly to your physician for approval

Phone: You can call and speak with a pharmacist to have your prescription request or refill filled. Call 312-567-2050

Fax: Prescription orders may be faxed to 855-673-5098

Automated Telephone Refills: Call in your refills 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 312-567-2050



Mercy’s Community Pharmacy at Pulaski


Full Retail Pharmacy 
5525 South Pulaski Road, located inside Mercy Medical at Pulaski

Open Monday thru Friday from 8:00am-5:30pm and Saturdays from 9:00am-1:00pm, closed on Sundays and holidays. 

Phone: 773-432-0100
 

• Prescription Medications
• Prescriptions via phone, fax, electronic or written from your physician are accepted
• Automated refill service
• Refill reminders
• Over the counter medications and consultations
• Flavor your liquid medications
• Non-sterile compounding
• Special orders available upon request
• Pharmacist consultation
• Beverages, candy, and snacks
• Delivery available

E-Prescribing: Your physician can send your new prescriptions through electronic prescribing. Anytime a refill is needed, 
the request can be sent directly to your physician for approval

Phone: You can call and speak with a pharmacist to have your prescription request or refill filled. Call 773-432-0100

Fax: Prescription orders may be faxed to 773-432-0101

Automated Telephone Refills: Call in your refills 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 773-432-0100



Mercy’s Community Pharmacy at Oakwood Shores


3753 South Cottage Grove Avenue, located inside Mercy Family Health Center at Oakwood Shores
Open Monday thru Friday 8:00am-6:00pm, closed on weekends and Holidays
Phone: 773-451-0712

• Prescription Medications
• Prescriptions via phone, fax, electronic or written from your physician are accepted
• Automated refill service
• Refill reminders
• Over the counter medications and consultations
• Flavor your liquid medications
• Non-sterile compounding
• Special orders available upon request
• Pharmacist consultation
• Beverages, candy, and snacks
• Delivery Available

E-Prescribing: Your physician can send your new prescriptions through electronic prescribing. Anytime a refill is needed, the request can be sent directly to your physician for approval

 

Phone: You can call and speak with a pharmacist to have your prescription request or refill filled. Call 773-451-0712

 

Fax: Prescription orders may be faxed to 773-451-0714

 

Automated Telephone Refills: Call in your refills 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling 773-451-0712

 


 

A Simple Way to Help: 340B 
Thanks to the federal government’s Public Health Service Act (section 340B) Mercy Hospital is able to
purchase prescription and non-prescription medication at a reduced cost through our partnership with Walgreens.

How you can help: If you are a patient with health insurance and you choose to purchase your medications at
Walgreens or at our Family Health Center Outpatient Pharmacy, the price difference provided by this federal
program will go directly to Mercy, helping us to subsidize patients who do not have access to health insurance.

You pay the same price as always, but the benefit goes to help others who could not otherwise afford their medications.