Medications

Some medications are dispensed by Student Health Services for a nominal charge, which can be applied to the student’s account. In some cases the doctor or nurse practitioner may prescribe a medication from a pharmacy. Unless Student Health Services has been informed otherwise, the prescription will be sent to McGrath Pharmacy. If the student has a prescription plan, a copy of the card will be faxed to the pharmacy. All students with private insurance will need to confirm that McGrath Pharmacy participates with their individual insurance plan.

McGrath Pharmacy
1251 Lawrence Road
Lawrenceville, New Jersey 08648
609.882.7777
Fax: 609.530.1475


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