Cabrini Pharmacy Services

901 Boren Ave, Ste #100, Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 682-1011

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Need a new prescription? Get Scripted.

Convenient and high-quality care starts as low as $19. Most treatments are $39.

You can get a same-day prescription and treatment for:


Receive vaccines to protect you and your family from infectious diseases.

UTIs (Urinary Tract Infection)

Get a same-day prescription to treat an uncomplicated UTI.

Erectile Dysfunction

Get a same-day prescription to treat your Erectile Dysfunction.

Cold Sore

Get prescription strength treatment to get immediate relief for cold sores.

Birth Control

Get a same-day prescription for birth control on your schedule.

Emergency Anaphalxis (Epinephrine)

Get a refill or new RX to be always prepared for emergencies.

Asthma Inhaler Refills

Need an inhaler refill? We’ve got you covered. Get a prescription today. 

Seasonal Allergy Relief

We can help you get prescription strength allergy relief medication. 


Mild Acne

Your pharmacist can provide you prescription grade acne treatments to clear things up fast.

About the Pharmacy

In 2014, Cabrini Medical Tower Pharmacy changed ownership and became Cabrini Pharmacy Services.

We continue to serve the Seattle area as our predecessing tenants on the corner of Boren and Madison have before us. We strive to uphold the values and ethics that have been maintained on First Hill for decades.

Our team is comprised of pharmacy technician Darrell, our friendly delivery driver Michael, and our capable and personable pharmacists Steve and Van.

We strive to keep the utmost focus on our patients and keeping our community happy and healthy.

Pharmacy Location

901 Boren Ave Ste 100, Seattle, WA 98104

Other pharmacy services that Cabrini Pharmacy Services offers:

Requesting a Scripted consultation is really, really easy.

You can book your visit online in a snap.

Or, walk-in to your local Scripted pharmacy any time and scan the QR code on the Scripted poster near the pharmacy counter.

Select a treatment and complete a digital self-assessment including medical history, symptoms, medications.

A pharmacist will have an in person consultation with you in the pharmacy.

If appropriate, the pharmacist will issue you a new prescription and fill or administer treatment in the same visit.

Our healthcare system isn't working.

We believe pharmacies can make a difference.


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Of all Americans live within 5 miles of a pharmacy

Got a question?

Scripted is a new service that enables pharmacist to prescribe treatments for common conditions. Scripted was adopted to make healthcare easier, more affordable, and accessible.

Yes. Pharmacists in Washington can prescribe several common ailments when working with a physician. 

Scripted is free to start! There are no reoccurring fees, or monthly payments.

Consults with your pharmacist start as low as $19. Most services range between $19 – $50.

No, you do not need a prescription. If you are eligible to receive treatment, your pharmacists will issue you a new prescription, just like your doctor would. 

Nope. You can walk-in and receive same-day service, or you can plan ahead by scheduling an appointment.

After using Scripted, your pharmacist will automatically communicate your visit summary to your physician’s office.

Scripted is currently cash only, and insurance is not accepted.

You can use Scripted at participating pharmacies near you. Currently, we are available in Eastern Idaho.

Scripted was made to improve affordability and expand access to care for all. In some instances, if you have underlying conditions or if you have a more serious condition that cannot be treated by the pharmacist, your pharmacist may refer you to a physician.

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