How it works
Open the Uber Eats app to get started
Tap “Prescriptions” to connect your account to NimbleRx—our trusted partner for prescription delivery.
Send in your prescription
Already have a Rx? Transfer existing prescriptions in-app.
Going to the doctor soon? Tell your doctor that “Uber fulfilled by NimbleRx” is your preferred pharmacy.
Add your insurance
Add your personal and insurance information. We work with most major insurance plans.
Track your delivery
Place your order, and a local licensed pharmacy will fill your prescription. It will be placed in discreet packaging and delivered to you in as little as 2 hours.
Partnering with experts
Uber partnered with NimbleRx, our trusted prescription management service. NimbleRx partners with local, independent pharmacies to quickly get your prescriptions filled and ready for delivery. They work with most insurance, and accept FSA and HSA cards.
Partner with Uber for prescription delivery
Are you a doctor?
Our partner, NimbleRx, has a network of reputable pharmacies that will fill your patients’ prescriptions. Simply send prescriptions to “Uber fulfilled by NimbleRx” and your patients can get their prescriptions delivered in as little as 2 hours.
- What is NimbleRx?
Uber partners with NimbleRx, a technology platform that works with local pharmacies across the country, to make getting your prescriptions easier.
- Can I use my insurance for prescription delivery with Uber Eats?
- Can I pay using my HSA/FSA card?
Absolutely! With our platform you can use your HSA or FSA card to complete your order.
- Which pharmacy will fill prescriptions?
NimbleRx, our partner for prescription delivery, works with licensed, local pharmacies to fill your prescriptions. Once your prescriptions are transferred, you can order and manage them in the Uber Eats app.
- What if I don’t have a prescription yet but I might need one soon?
Tell your doctor to send your prescriptions to "Uber fulfilled by NimbleRx”. Once the prescription is received it will be sent to a nearby pharmacy to be filled, at which point you can easily purchase your meds within the Uber Eats app.
- My prescription is a controlled substance. Can I get this delivered?
- Do I need to create an account with UberEats and/or Nimble to use prescription delivery?
Yes, you will need both an Uber Eats account and NimbleRx account to have your prescription delivered. Once you have the Uber Eats app installed, open the app and tap “Prescriptions”. You will be prompted to create a NimbleRx account.
- Do I need to be present to accept the delivery?
Prescription delivery does not require you to be present to accept the delivery. However, we recommend that you receive your delivery.
- What happens with my data?
Uber only receives your delivery information to help facilitate requests for on-demand, same day prescription delivery requests. Uber will not have access to any health information, including your prescription details.
If you would like to opt out of data sharing with NimbleRx, please contact NimbleRx support by calling 1-866-966-4625 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
- What if something happens to my prescriptions during delivery?
You can get in touch with NimbleRx by using the in-app chat support, calling 1-866-966-4625, emailing email@example.com. NimbleRx will do their best to resolve your issue and get your prescription delivered.
- How soon should I expect my delivery?
After placing your order, the average delivery time ranges from 2 hours to 2 days, depending on pharmacy hours. You will be able to select a delivery time when you check out.
- Can I request and manage my refills?
Uber prescription delivery also allows you to manage your refills and get your refills delivered automatically. Get notified when you have an upcoming refill and schedule your delivery in advance.
Legal Disclosure: NimbleRX is a third party and Uber is not responsible for third party offers or services. Controlled substances are not available for delivery. Prescription delivery only available in select cities and is subject to change without notice. Delivery orders for prescriptions paid for in whole or in part by any government healthcare program such as Medicare, Medicaid, or TRICARE are not eligible. Other restrictions may apply.