Confused by your medications? There’s a free service on campus to help with that.

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Pitt employees with UPMC Health Plan coverage can get questions answered about their medications at no cost through the Comprehensive Medication Management program, now in its second year

Schedule an appointment to meet with a pharmacist on campus or by phone to discuss your prescribed and over-the-counter medications, vitamins and herbal supplements along with any potential side effects and interactions with other drugs.

The Comprehensive Medication Management program also provides focused attention on personalizing plans for:

  • Quitting smoking or using tobacco
  • Obtaining pre-travel medications and immunizations
  • Diabetes prevention for those with pre-diabetes

The program is offered at no-cost to all full-time and part-time regular University faculty and staff with UPMC Health Plan coverage. Appointments can be made from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays either on-campus at the UPMC MyHealth@Work Center in the Medical Arts Building, at a location of your choice, or by phone. To schedule an appointment with a pharmacist, call 412-383-MEDS (6337) or email

The program is a collaborative effort between the Office of Human Resources’ Benefits Department and the School of Pharmacy. To learn more about this and other benefits, visit