Corona Virus (COVID-19) Updates

Updated: September 23, 2020
As always, the health and safety of the communities we serve, our customers, patients and employees are of utmost importance to us. These are uncertain times for all of us. Please know that we are working to ensure continued access to medication, provide efficient service, and enable timely delivery of your medication orders.


Latest Updates:

September 23, 2020 - Shipping Carrier Delays Expected  - We have been advised by our carriers that packages may require 2 or more additional days for standard delivery because of the Corona Virus. Please keep this in mind when selecting shipping options.

June 25, 2020 - Shipping Carrier Update: We have been advised by our shipping carriers that they are experiencing transit delays as a result of the Corona Virus impact on the United States resulting in an additional day in transit.

May 19, 2020 - Update on what we continue to do to ensure your access to medication, efficient service and timely delivery of your medication orders.

April 14, 2020Read how we’re responding to COVID-19 here

April 14, 2020 – Convenient ordering options available now:

Human Medicine Veterinary Medicine
Prescribers can reach our remote contact center at 800-331-8272 or fax 800-589-4250. Veterinary practices can order digitally at WedgewoodPharmacy.com, call our remote contact center at 800-331-8272 or fax 800-589-4250. Veterinary formulary also available on Vetsource® and Vetcove®
Patients can refill digitally at Refill.WedgewoodRx.com or call 800-331-8272. Pet owners can refill digitally at MyWedgewoodPet.com or call 800-331-8272

Our Customer Care Specialists and Pharmacists will remain available and accessible from 8:00am to 11:00pm ET. We've recently implemented a new call back option so that holds your place in line without waiting on the phone.

April 14, 2020View compounded alternatives for current veterinary manufacturer backorders.

We’ll keep this page updated as we continue to respond to the changing needs of our clients during the COVID-19 crisis. We hope that everyone remains safe and healthy.