Mail Service Pharmacy

Making life easier by delivering medications to you

Getting Started

URAC Accredited

To get started, speak to a mail order representative

Call us at:
612-672-5261 or 1-866-377-6245 (toll free)
Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Central time 
or Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Central time.

OR

Complete and mail our one-page application form to: 
Fairview Mail Service Pharmacy 711 Ave SE
Minneapolis, MN 55414

Requesting Refills

It's easy to request refills of your prescription.

Call us at:
612-672-5261 or 1-866-377-6245 (toll free)
Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Central time 
or Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Central time.

OR

Mail back the pre-printed order that comes with each shipment.

OR

Request refills online at the website MyfairviewRx.org or the MyFairviewRx mobile app available at the Apple App Store or from 

Quality

Fairview Mail Service Pharmacy supplies the same high-quality, FDA-approved medications found at our retail pharmacies.


Frequently Asked Questions

How do I start using the Fairview Mail Service Pharmacy?

Phone: To begin having your prescriptions delivered to your home or other location, call us at 1-866-377-6245 (toll free).
By Mail: Print out the Application Form - complete the information required and mail it with your doctor's prescription enclosed. 
If you need to start your medication right away, please have your physician complete two prescriptions. One prescription needs to be written for a one-month supply to bring to your local pharmacy. The 2nd prescription must be specifically written for a 3 month supply by your physician. Mail the prescription for the 3 month supply along with the application form.

How do I transfer a prescription from another pharmacy?

Call us at 1-866-377-6245. We will gather the required information and complete the transfer on your behalf.

How do I get additional refills through the Fairview Mail Service Pharmacy?

By Mail: Mail back the pre-printed order form that comes with each shipment. 
Phone: Call 1-866-377-6245.
Online: Go to MyFairviewRx.org, select 'Refill by typing Rx number' and choose 'Mail order' (not 'In-store') for your pick up preference. Or, register for an account for additional features such as automated refill reminders. 
NOTE: Each family member requires a separate email address to log in.

How is confidentiality ensured?

Your medication will be sent to you in a plain package with a return address only.
The pharmacy name will not be listed on the package.

How do I pay for the service?

Copayments may be made by credit card. Credit card information must accompany your prescription request.

How long will it take to receive medications through the mail service?

You can expect to receive your medications 3 to 5 days from the time we receive your valid prescription order. If you need your medication sooner, call 1-866-377-6245 to discuss your options and make new arrangements if necessary.

Is there a charge for shipping?

When you order directly from our Mail Order pharmacy, there are no shipping charges.

Can I talk to a pharmacist?

Yes, just call 1-866-377-6245. 
Our pharmacists are available Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (CST).

How do I access my medications if there is a delay, I have an emergency situation, or a disaster occurs?

If there is ever a question about your order, or what to do about your care in any situation, please contact the pharmacy and we will assist you. We will work with you and your care team to develop a plan to ensure you have access to your medications.

How do I find out about the status of my order, including delays?

If there is ever a question about your order, or what to do about your care in any situation, please contact the pharmacy and we will assist you. If we know a delay with your order will occur, we will contact you to discuss the delay and make new arrangements if necessary.

How do I dispose of unwanted medications?

See instructions on Managing Unwanted Medications from the MPA.

How do I dispose of needles and syringes?

See instructions at the MPA's Disposing of Needles and Syringes guide.