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Pharmacies

You have many pharmacy options. We want to make sure you get the medicine you need in a way that’s helpful for you. There are also many ways to save on your medicine.

Culinary pharmacies

The pharmacy at the Culinary Health Center is temporarily closed.

The pharmacy at the Culinary Health Fund is still open.

We have new procedures to pick up your medicine.

Our main priority is the safety and health of our participants and our staff. Due to the rising concern of COVID-19, we have made adjustments on how you pick up your prescriptions.

  1. Call the Culinary Pharmacy at 702-650-4417 FIRST to request refills.
    • If you need to drop off your prescription, you will not be allowed to wait in the lobby.
  2. When your prescription is ready for pick-up:
    • We’ll give you a call.
    • When you come to pick up your prescription, you’ll be instructed to wait outside of the Pharmacy or in your vehicle for your safety. One of our pharmacy staff will bring your prescription to you.

You may be able to get your medicine for no copay.

The Culinary Health Fund has two pharmacies where you and your dependents can get your medicine for no copay. The Culinary pharmacies have more than 300 generic medications. These include most medicines and supplies for diabetes. The pharmacies are just for our participants.

The Culinary pharmacies are on the Las Vegas Strip and on the east side.

The Culinary Pharmacy
at the Culinary Health Fund
The Culinary Pharmacy
at the Culinary Health Center
Location

1945 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Las Vegas, Nevada 89104

Corner of Las Vegas Boulevard and East St. Louis Avenue

Location

650 North Nellis Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada 89110

Just north of Stewart

Hours

Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm
Saturday 8am to 2pm

Hours

Temporarily closed

Phone

Phone: 702-650-4417

Phone

Phone: 702-963-9400

Fax

Fax: 702-369-5940

Fax

Fax: 702-963-9401

Get your medicine by mail

You can save time and money by getting your prescriptions in the mail. The Mail Order Pharmacy will deliver your medicine right to your home. It will even cost less than what you’d pay to pick it up. Your medicine will usually be delivered within 10 to 14 days from the time the order is placed.

Reasons to use the Mail Order Pharmacy:

  • Get a 2-month supply of medicine for one copay

    That means you’ll pay half the cost and you won’t have to get refills every month.
  • Save gas and time

    You won’t have to make trips to the pharmacy or wait in line.
  • Get refill reminders by text or email

    That way you won’t run out of your medicine.
  • Order your refills online or by phone

    You won’t have to go out of your way to refill your prescriptions.

To get your medicine by mail, choose one of these 4 options:

  1. Call our Customer Service Office at 702-733-9938.
  2. Call OptumRx at 866-611-5960.
  3. Send in a mail order form.
    • Print the formDownload PDF and fill it out.
    • Send the form and your paper prescription to:
      OptumRx
      P.O. Box 2975
      Mission, Kansas 66201

      Don’t staple or tape your prescription to the form. Please just put it in the same envelope.

In-network pharmacies

Be sure to use an in-network pharmacy if you don’t use any of our other options.

There are thousands of in-network pharmacies in the Culinary Health Fund network. If you don’t use an in-network pharmacy, you will have to pay the full cost of your medicine.

How much will my medicine cost?

You have copays for your medicine at in-network pharmacies. The amount you pay depends on what you’re prescribed. Here’s what you will pay for your medicine at in-network pharmacies:

Generic medicine (Tier 1) $10 copay
Formulary medicine (Tier 2) $20 copay
Non-formulary medicine (Tier 3) $35 copay

Specialty pharmacy

If you need a drug that is not on our list of medicinesDownload PDF it is called a “specialty drug.” You or your doctor will have to get prior authorization before you get specialty drugs. Once you have prior authorization, you can only order the drug from our specialty pharmacy. The specialty pharmacy is Optum Specialty Pharmacy.