Uniform Medical Plan (UMP)

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Find prescription drugs and network pharmacies 

Alert: Walgreens, a non-network pharmacy, recently bought many Rite Aid locations. Those locations are no longer in your UMP pharmacy network. However, all Rite Aids in Washington and Oregon are still in the UMP pharmacy network. 

To make sure a Rite Aid location outside Washington or Oregon is still a network pharmacy, select "a network pharmacy" under your plan below to use the pharmacy locator.

Use Sam's Club to fill your prescriptions? Make sure your network pharmacy is still available.

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Some examples of network pharmacies are Albertson's, Bartell Drug Co., Costco, CVS Pharmacy, Kmart, Kroger, Safeway, and Wal-Mart. This is not a complete list of network pharmacies. ​Search for more network pharmacies using the links under your plan name above. You can also call Washington State Rx Services at 1-888-361-1611 (TRS: 711) to check the status of a specific pharmacy.

Note: To make sure you pay the right amount for your prescriptions, always show your UMP ID card first. If you have a prescription drug discount card, show that card second to see if you can get a discount on prescriptions UMP does not cover.

Using the Price Check and the Preferred Drug List

Use the Price Check tool if you are looking mostly for how much your drug will cost. To get cost information specific to you (for example, if you have met your deductible), log in to your pharmacy account and then use the Price Check tool.

The UMP Preferred Drug List is a better bet if you are looking for:

Find vaccinating pharmacies

Network vaccination pharmacies give preventive immunizations at no cost to you. Not all network pharmacies offer vaccinations, so call the pharmacy before you go. You can also visit your preferred provider (network provider for UMP Plus) or a public health department to get vaccinated. However, if you go to a public health department, you usually have to pay and get reimbursed later by submitting a medical claim form.

To find out which immunizations are considered preventive, read the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) immunization schedules. Note that some are classified as “may be recommended” depending on medical condition or lifestyle. For those immunizations to be covered as preventive, you must meet the criteria described on the CDC schedule.

    If you get a vaccine from an out-of-network provider, you must submit a medical claim form.  You will pay 40 percent coinsurance and the provider may balance bill you.

    Tip: Not all pharmacies have all vaccines. Call the pharmacy ahead of time to make sure it has the one you need.

    Your online pharmacy account

    Register for or log in to your online pharmacy account with Washington State Rx Services, where you can:

    • Order mail-order refills.
    • Find a network pharmacy near you.
    • Check your prescription drug deductible.
    • Check the price of your medications.
    • View your prescription claims history.
    • Use the Drug Information and Interaction Checker to learn more about your prescription drugs, how they interact with each other, and how they interact with over-the-counter drugs.


    Washington State Rx Services
    Phone: 1-888-361-1611
    TRS: 711