Across CVS Health, from face-to-face, to at-home and virtual care, we offer a wide range of services to meet you as a patient, customer or member at every step of your health care journey.
Explore our services
We strive to understand your unique needs and to help you get the care you need conveniently. With over 9,900 retail stores, along with our easy-to-access mail pharmacy, and our chronic care specialty pharmacy services, we are your partners in health at every step.
Health & wellness services
Our health and wellness services include our many MinuteClinic and HealthHUB locations and long-term care, infusion services, care management and financial wellness. CVS Health brings affordable, high-quality care, chronic condition management, wellness, and preventative services closer to home.
At CVS Health, our top priority is to push the boundaries of health care forward, to think through new ideas – ensuring that you as a member, patient or customer, get the right care at the right time in the right place. Beyond Medicaid and Medicare, we offer health plans for both commercial and specialty insurance as well as tools for plan administrators.
Virtual care services
Our virtual care solutions are designed to help you wherever you are in your health journey, even if it’s across complex conditions or mental health and wellness. Our telehealth services and digital tools make it easy.
Prescription drug coverage
Our prescription drug coverage is much more than medication savings. If you have a chronic condition, our Specialty pharmacy is tailored for you and our Mail pharmacy provides easy and reliable delivery. CVS Caremark even offers personalized, expert support.
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One of our clinical pharmacists shares a recent diabetes patient success story that demonstrates the importance of relationship-building in her work.
Supporting the fight against HIV/AIDSSupporting the fight against HIV/AIDS
This World AIDS Day, we’re recognizing the progress made in the fight against the disease by teaming up with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to help further reduce the spread of the HIV virus.