Support Services Building

Entrance 6

Woman’s Support Services Building on Woman's Hospital campus is home to Human Resources, Medical Records/Birth Certificates, various offices, and Woman’s Retail Pharmacy.


Get your family’s prescriptions filled on Woman’s Campus

Woman’s Retail Pharmacy is full service pharmacy for our patients, employees and the community, located in the Support Service’s Building, Entrance 6, on Woman’s Hospital Campus.

  • Patients: Meds to Beside service! Get your take-home prescriptions filled and delivered to your hospital room prior to discharge
  • Public: Woman’s offers competitive prices for prescriptions. Most insurance plans accepted. Transfer your current prescriptions from other pharmacies to Woman’s.

Woman’s Retail Pharmacy
100 Woman’s Way
Baton Rouge, LA  70817


Location: Entrance 6, Support Service’s Building entrance on Woman’s Hospital Campus

Hours:  Monday through Friday 7:00 AM – 5:30 PM

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How does the Meds to Bedside service work?

Woman’s Retail Pharmacy operates like other pharmacies, except they are conveniently located inside the hospital. Bedside delivery is available Monday – Friday, 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. You or your family member may alternatively choose to pick up your prescriptions from the pharmacy between the hours of 7:00 AM - 5:30 PM, Monday – Friday.

  • We accept most insurance plans.
  • There is no cost for delivery.
  • Your co-pay will be collected upon delivery or pick up. We accept cash, credit/debit cards, or FHA/HSA cards.
  • We work closely with physicians to coordinate issues such as prior authorization and non-formulary medications.
  • If you have refills, we can transfer to an external pharmacy.
  • A pharmacist is available to answer any questions or concerns.

Why wouldn’t the Woman’s Retail Pharmacy be able to fill my prescription?

  • Your insurance company doesn’t allow it. We are contracted with most commercial plans, and ALL Louisiana Medicaid plans.
  • The medication is not available through our pharmacy (This is rarely a problem, as we stock most of the medications Woman’s physicians commonly prescribe.)