Pharmacy staff members are an important part of your health care team. Our pharmacists work closely with your provider to ensure the most appropriate medications are dosed safely and accurately to treat your condition, at the lowest possible cost.

In addition to your prescription medication, our Froedtert Pharmacy locations offer many other services and items, including over-the-counter medications such as aspirin, antacids, cough/cold medications and vitamins at significantly reduced cost.

Get Your Prescription in Person or By Mail

Go to a Pharmacy

A Froedtert Pharmacy is located in our hospitals and many health centers throughout southeastern Wisconsin. 

Get Prescriptions by Mail

We offer home delivery services where many prescriptions can be delivered right to your door at no additional cost. 

Stay in Touch With Us Online or Using the App

Manage medications and communications with the pharmacy through MyChart in the Froedtert & MCW app

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Specialty Pharmacy

Enrolling with our Specialty Pharmacy allows you to work with our clinically trained pharmacists who review your medical record to make sure you get the right medications at the right time. 


The pharmacists at Froedtert Pharmacy locations are immunization certified. They can safely and quickly administer vaccines to immunize against flu, pneumonia, whooping cough, shingles and more.

Anticoagulation and Medication Therapy Clinic

Our pharmacists assist you by answering questions about anticoagulant medication and teaching you how to continuing living your life while on anticoagulant therapy.

Home Infusion Services

Home infusion is a safe and effective way to receive therapy in the comfort of your own home and allows you to get back to your normal lifestyle. It may also be a more cost-effective option.

We Are A .Pharmacy Verified Website

We are proud to be a verified pharmacy by the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy® (NABP®.Pharmacy Verified Websites Program

Additional Services and Resources

  • Prescription Management Through Your Froedtert & MCW Account

    Prescription management is available via your MyChart account, making communication with the pharmacy easier than ever. 

    If you are not familiar with the Froedtert & MCW app, we hope this is a chance for you to see all it has to offer to stay connected with your care team and help you be as healthy as possible. Plus, you'll be able to easily stay on top of your prescriptions and keep in touch with the pharmacy team – all in one spot.

    • Sign up to receive text, e-mail or MyChart notifications about your prescription status.
    • Receive notifications, including when it is ready for pick-up or refill.
    • Refill prescriptions from your list of medications.
    • Set up home delivery. Many prescriptions can be delivered right to your door at no additional cost.

    To view medications and request refills:

    To receive text and e-mail notifications for all medication updates and reminders:

    • Log in to your Froedtert & MCW account via our website at
    • In the menu, scroll down to Account - Settings and select Communication Preferences.
    • Select the drop down arrow to expand the Health section.
    • Select the icon for your preferred communication method, including text, e-mail or both.
    • Select “Save Changes.”

    Don’t have an account yet?

    Sign up now via one of these three easy ways to take advantage of these features for all of our pharmacy locations.

    If you need help, call your local pharmacy to talk with a team member. 

  • Over-the-Counter Medications

    In addition to your prescriptions, you can popular name-brand and generic over-the-counter medications and health care supplies at our Froedtert Pharmacy locations. Because we buy in bulk, we're able to offer these at a significant savings to you. Items include:

    • Acid reducers and antacids
    • Anti-diarrheal and laxatives
    • Cough and cold medications
    • Eye and ear care items
    • First aid and wound care supplies
    • Infants and children care items
    • Pain relief
    • Personal care items (pill boxes, lip balm, toothbrush, etc.)
    • Skin care items
    • Smoking cessation aids
    • Vitamins
    • Women's health items

    Not all items are available at all locations, but pharmacists will order and stock items as soon as they know there is a customer need.

  • Sharps Disposal

    Sharps, items that can penetrate the skin and may have been exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials, can be safely returned to specific pharmacy locations or emergency departments when packaged the right way.

    Acceptable Sharps Containers

    Sharps can be placed in a container such as a container bought for sharps or a heavy plastic laundry detergent bottle with a screw cap. The bottle must be labeled with biohazard stickers or labeled "bio-hazard," "sharps," or "infectious waste." The pharmacy can provide biohazard stickers to place on the bottle.

    • Unacceptable containers: coffee cans, milk or juice jugs, soda cans or bottles, cardboard boxes.
    • Acceptable sharps containers may be purchased at any Froedtert Pharmacy location.

    Sharps containers can be brought to the following locations for proper disposal.

  • Medication Disposal or "Take Back"

    Disposing of unused medication prevents it from being taken by others or ending up in the environment. Only our Froedtert Pharmacy - Harbor Town location in Manitowoc has in-store medication disposal.

    While other Froedtert Pharmacy locations do not accept unused medications, you can safely dispose of unused medications in one of the following ways:

    • National Take-Back Day program aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.
    • Find a local drop box or mail-back program.
    • Follow these steps to dispose of medicines in the household trash.
      • Mix medicines (do not crush tablets or capsules) with an unpalatable substance such as dirt, cat litter or use coffee grounds.
      • Place the mixture in a container such as a sealed plastic bag.
      • Throw the container in your household trash.
      • Scratch out all personal information on the prescription label of your empty pill bottle or empty medicine packaging to make it unreadable, then dispose of the container.
  • Drug Repository Program

    Froedtert Pharmacy locations are registered with the Wisconsin Department of Health Services as locations that can accept certain donated medications as part of the Drug Repository Program. Froedtert Pharmacy — Harbor Town is not part of the program, but will be eventually.

    This program allows listed pharmacies to collect certain medications that will be given to individuals with cancer or chronic disease who are uninsured or underinsured. Drug repository medications may be accepted by any Froedtert Pharmacy. Learn more about the Drug Repository Program.

  • Prescription Drug Information

    In addition to refilling and transferring your prescriptions online, this site gives you the ability to learn about the drugs that are prescribed for you. By simply clicking below, you can search for information on a wide range of prescription medications. You can learn more about your medications, possible side effects, and much more. Please keep in mind that your healthcare provider remains the best source of information about prescribed drugs, and you should always verify drug information with your healthcare provider.

    View drug information

    Drug Interaction

    Are you concerned about how a new drug might interact with a current prescription? By clicking below, you can access "Drug Interactions," a tool that can provide useful cautionary information. You can add specific drugs to your checklist and then click on "check for interactions" to get the information you desire. This handy tool will also tell you whether you need to be careful about certain foods or alcohol consumption while taking a drug or drug combination. Please keep in mind that your healthcare provider remains the best source of information about prescribed drugs, and you should always verify drug information with your healthcare provider.

    View drug interaction

  • Pharmacy Patient Rights and Responsibilities