Hours and Contact
24-hour prescription refill
The MIT Pharmacy works closely with MIT Medical clinicians and other staff to provide comprehensive pharmacy services to the MIT community. To avoid drug interactions that may make medications less effective or cause unexpected side effects, we use software that checks patient medication profiles and flags potential problems for each new prescription.
For information about prescription drug coverage under one of the MIT health plans, please refer to the Health Plans section of our website.
24-hour prescription refill line: Call 617-253-0202 any time, day or night, to order. If refillable, your prescription will be ready for pickup the next business day.
Online prescription refills: You can request prescription refills and renewals at your convenience using FollowMyHealth, MIT Medical's online personal health management tool. Patient Online allows patients to view their personal medication list and send a refill request to the MIT Pharmacy. If the prescription requires a renewal authorization from your provider, the pharmacy will contact the provider for you.
Home delivery: The pharmacy provides delivery of prescriptions in the U.S. via UPS, usually within 7–10 days, for a charge of $7. To request home delivery, download the home delivery form and return the completed form to the pharmacy with payment, or call us at 617-253-1324 with your credit card information.
Lexington delivery: MIT Medical/Lexington receives deliveries from the MIT Pharmacy several times a day.
Other pharmacy services include:
Over-the-counter products: The MIT Pharmacy will accept returns of over-the-counter products if they:
Prescription products: The MIT Pharmacy cannot accept returns of prescription products. Please check your prescription purchases carefully before leaving the pharmacy to be sure you have the product you or your provider ordered.
Recycling or disposing of unused medications: The MIT Pharmacy cannot accept unused prescription products for recycling or disposal. Please check to see if your town sponsors a prescription “Take Back” program for safely disposing of prescription medications. See also “Disposal of Unused Medicines: What You Should Know” (FDA)
Georgene Bloomfield, M.S., R.Ph.
Duan Lee, R.Ph.
Sylvia Mateega, R.Ph.
Hossein Monzavi, R.Ph.
David R. Podradchik, Pharm.D.
Paulette Polk-Scanlan, Pharm.D.