Local Health Care Options


  • UMASS Memorial Healthcare, Inc.
  • Memorial campus: 119 Belmont St. Worc., (4 miles) 508-334-1000
  • University campus: 55 Lake Ave. , Worc., (5.3 miles) 508-334-1000
  • Hahnemann campus: 281 Lincoln St., Worc.,  (5.6 miles) 508-334-1000
  • St. Vincent's @ Worc. Med Center, 123 Summer St., (3.6 miles) Worc. 508-363-5000  


  • Hahnemann Family Health 279 Lincoln St, Worc. 508-334-8830 M-F 9A-5P
  • Ready Med 460 Southbridge St., Auburn  774-221-5135  M-F 9A-8P Sat/Sun 9A-8P
  • Ready Med Plus 366 Shrewsbury St. , Worc. 508-595-2700 open 7 days a week 9A-8P
  • AFC Urgent Care Worcester 117A Stafford St., Worc. 508-755-4010 M-F 8am-8pm and S-S 8am-5pm
  • CareWell Urgent Care Greenwood St., Auburn 774-221-5135 open 8A-8P Lincoln St., Worc. 774-221-2111         
  • Reliant Medical Group Urgent Care 222 Boston Turnpike (Rte 9E),Worc.508-853-2854 m-Th 7:30A-5P F 7:30A-4:30P
  • Pathways for Change 588 Main St., Worc. 24 hr hotline 1-800-870-5905   Office: 508-852-7600 M-F 9A-5P
  • Aids Project Worcester 85 Green St., (temporary address 19 Temple St. 508-755-3773 and 484 Main St. 508-667-9246 Worc. 508-755-3773
  • South County Physical Therapy 319 Southbridge St.,Auburn 508-832-2628
  • Greendale Physical Therapy 120 Gold Star Blvd, Worc., MA 508-853-4590
  • UMass Travel Clinic (Memorial campus) 508-334-5481
  • MD on call when Health Services is closed: 508-334-8830 


  • CVS in Target: 70 Worcester Providence Tnpke., Millbury (4.2 miles) 508-865-7454
    M-F 9am-7pm, Sat. 9am-5pm, Sun. 11am-5pm
  • Walmart Supercenter: 25 Tobias Boland Way, Worcester (0.8 miles) 774-314-3162
    M-F. 9am-9pm, Sat. 9am-7pm, Sun. 10am-6pm
  • Walgreens: 348 Greenwood St., Worcester (2.2 miles) 508-752-1911, Fax: 508-752-3553    
    M-F 9am-8pm, Sat. 9am-6pm, Sun 9am-5pm
  • CVS: 676 Southbridge St., Auburn (5.7 miles) 508-832-6257
    Open 24/7

Once you receive a prescription from your health care provider, you may fill and purchase the medication from the local pharmacies listed. Your health care provider may also choose to call the prescription in to the pharmacy.

 It is best to fill all prescriptions with the same pharmacy, so they have a record of what drugs you are taking or have taken in the past.  This allows your pharmacist to easily check for drug interactions that could be harmful or decrease the effectiveness of your medications.

Your health plan may require you to use certain pharmacies.  This means they may not pay for your prescription if you do not use one of these pharmacies.  You may call your health plan to find out where you can go.  Look on the back of your insurance card for a phone number to call or you may also ask the pharmacy whether they have a contract with your insurance plan.
What to bring
Bring your driver’s license since some prescriptions need a photo ID, your insurance card or insurance information and a prescription card if you have one.  Most insurance companies require a co-payment so bring cash, credit or debit card.


  • Red Cab: 508-791-3847, the cost of a cab to Walmart on Tobias Boland Way is $5.00 one way if you are picked up at the Loyola gate.
  • SGA Van Services: Free shuttles will run from Hogan 3 to Walmart Pharmacy and to Blackstone Valley (Target Pharmacy).
  • Zip cars

Mail-Order Pharmacies

Some students choose to use mail-order pharmacies to obtain a three-month supply of medication. Normally, a prescription is mailed or faxed to the mail-order pharmacy or electronically sent by your health care provider. It may take a week or more for the prescription to reach your home.  Therefore, mail order is best used for long-term medications. Mail-order pharmacies can save you money and the medications can be delivered to your school mailbox or home address.