Medically reviewed by Sophia Yen, MD, MPH – Written by Pandia Health Editorial Team
How to Change Your Pandia Health Delivery Address Before Going Back to School #PandiaBack2School
Many incoming college freshman are leaving their hometowns and moving into their dorms as the school year begins. This is a new and exciting process that you want to go as seamlessly as possible. Some bumps on the road are bound to happen though, and that’s just part of the fun of college 😉
Get FREE delivery of your birth control with Pandia Health. This is a really convenient service for college students who have busy schedules, and the last thing they need to do is to be waiting in line at the pharmacy for their prescription. It’s a simple, fast, and easy way to get your birth control delivered to your front door (or dorm room). Get your birth control delivered by signing up with Pandia Health today!
For those of you who are moving for school, it is simple to change your shipping address with Pandia Health. I’ll be taking you step-by-step on how you can easily change the address that your birth control is shipped to.
1. My profile
On the left side of the screen, choose “My profile.”
Scroll all the way down to the “Address” section. This is where your prescription is currently being delivered to.
3. Fill in your new address
If you are living in a dorm, you may have to specify which dorm you live in, depending on how the mailing services operate at your college. To specify which dorm your birth control will be sent to, write it down in the second line called “primary unit address.”
Press “Save” at the bottom, and your birth control will be delivered to your new address! It’s that easy.
If you have any questions about any step of signing up, our Patient Care Representatives are happy to help you out through Live Chat! If you haven’t signed up for our services, sign up today and get FREE delivery of your birth control (plus automatic refills)!
The above information is for general informational purposes only and is NOT a substitute for professional medical advice. Always seek the advice of your doctor/primary care provider before starting or changing treatment.