Spring Break is quickly approaching for students at Illinois State University. With it will come a week without classes and plenty of time to recharge for the rest of the semester. Don’t let anything get in the way of your relaxing break–especially running out of a prescription.
Before break, make sure you have enough of your prescription medications to last until classes resume on Monday, March 14. If you do not have enough, don’t worry; Student Health Services Pharmacy is here to help.
If you need to refill on a prescription or if you have a new prescription, give the pharmacy a call at (309) 438-8713. Students can also stock up on the over-the-counter products the pharmacy carries at a reduced cost. Both prescriptions and over-the-counter products can either be charged to a students’ university account or paid for at the point of purchase.
Don’t allow yourself to run out of your medications mid-break. Be sure to plan ahead in order to get the most out of your time off. Have a fun, safe and healthy spring break, Redbirds!
Question? Call the Student Health Services Pharmacy at (309) 438-8713.