As a full-service pharmacy, we can deliver a broad range of medications, vitamins, and over-the-counter meds (OTCs) in various forms. All our medications are sourced from US wholesalers registered with the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP).
We sort your daily medications into packets by time of day. Each packet is designed to open easily, and is printed with the time, day, and medications inside.
We deliver as-needed prescriptions or anything you prefer in a bottle along with your PillPack. If you prefer all your medications in bottles, we can do that too.
Other prescription items
We can include items that come in other forms, like inhalers, eye drops, and creams. We can also deliver medications that need to be dispensed in their original packaging, like birth control.
We package refrigerated medications separately from your monthly PillPack. We expedite these shipments in temperature-controlled packaging.
Vitamins and over-the-counter meds (OTCs)
You can get vitamins and OTCs with or without a prescription. Your doctor can send us prescriptions for OTCs along with the rest of your medications. Or, if you're paying out-of-pocket, you can order them directly from your online account:
- Enter a medication name into the 'Add a New Vitamin or OTC' block on your account homepage
- Select an item from the search result list
- Choose whether you want to receive it 'In Packets' or a 'Separate Bottle,' then answer a few questions about the details
- Review the monthly price, then click 'Order Medication'
Please note: We require a prescription to fill certain OTCs, like Sudafed, needles, and lancets.
Medications we can't deliver
- Schedule II medications are highly regulated. They include narcotics like oxycodone and non-narcotic medications like Adderall. Due to DEA regulations, we're unable to fill Schedule II prescriptions at this time.
- Compounded medications combine or alter ingredients to create a personalized medication or dose. PillPack doesn't currently provide compounded medications.
- Medical equipment like braces, insulin pumps, and CPAP supplies can sometimes be covered by insurance if your doctor prescribes them. But you'll need to get them from a medical supply company. We recommend checking with your insurance to find a supplier that's in your network.