Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy: PASC-SEIU Plan Member FAQs
Phone: Call 1-800-552-6694 to register with a Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy customer service agent.
Mail or Fax: Complete the Customer New Prescription Request form and send it to:
Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy
P.O. Box 2718
Portland, OR 97208-2718
Please make sure you are providing Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy with a valid shipping address and valid payment information. Please make sure your information is written clearly on the form.
- Go to Postal Prescription Services (PPS).
- Select “Create an Account” under the blue “Sign In” button on the PPS website. You will need an email address and create a password.
- Each member must have their own email address to create an account. Once you have created your account, you will be led to the “Add a Patient” page.
- Click the “Request New Patient” link to set up a patient profile and enter prescription information for yourself or someone you wish to manage.
Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy will begin processing your order once this request and original prescription(s) have been received.
Yes, Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy requires your original prescription(s). If you do not have your original prescriptions, Kroger Pharmacy can quickly transfer prescriptions from another pharmacy on your behalf.
You can mail prescriptions. Your doctor can call, electronically prescribe, mail, or fax your prescriptions to Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy.
- Mail prescription(s) to: PPS Prescription Services, P.O. Box 2718, Portland, OR 97208-2718.
- Fax prescription(s) to: 1-800-723-9023 (faxes will only be accepted from doctor’s offices).
If you have any questions or need assistance, call Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy at 1-800-552-6694.
Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy will begin working on your order once the prescription is received. Please allow a few extra days when placing an order for the first time and for your prescription(s) to reach Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy.
Once the prescription is processed, the medication will be delivered to you within 7-10 days.
Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy offers free standard shipping to your house or work.
Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy can hold your prescriptions. Please contact Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy to place your prescription on hold before processing.
Please tell your doctor to write complete directions for use. Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy cannot dispense an order without valid instructions; “use as directed” will not be accepted.
Please make sure your prescription has refills and is written for up to a 90-days supply.
An order can be cancelled during processing, but cannot be cancelled during delivery. All medication order statuses can be tracked at Postal Prescription Services (PPS) under “Prescription History.” No orders can be returned after delivery.
Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy’s goal is to have your order in your hands 7-10 days after Kroger Mail Order receives it. If you do not receive your order in 10 days, please check your order tracking number for delivery status or contact Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy at 1-800-552-6694.
Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy may be able to transfer your prescription to a local pharmacy to be filled right away.
You can also ask your doctor for two prescriptions:
- One for a short supply of your maintenance medication that your local retail pharmacy can fill right away:
- Second for a 90-days supply that can be sent to Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy.
Telephone: Call 1-800-552-6694 to enroll in the refill reminder program. Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy’s customer service line is available Monday through Friday 6:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., and Saturday 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Be sure to have your prescription number available to give to the customer service agent.
Online: Visit Postal Prescription Services (PPS). Click the “Add Online Prescription Management” link.
Kroger Mail Order Pharmacy accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, personal checks, and money orders.
Please refer to your benefits plan for co-pay information.