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Pharmacy Services

Reynolds Army Health Clinic provides the TRICARE’s world-class pharmacy benefit to all eligible uniformed service members, retirees, and family members including beneficiaries age 65 and older. Reynolds offers beneficiaries two convenient pharmacies to fill prescriptions.

The Main Pharmacy is currently drop-off only. The RAHC Prescription Drop Off form must be filled out before your prescription will be processed. Beneficiaries can pick up prescriptions approximately four hours after drop-off; prescriptions dropped-off after 1:00p.m. will be ready for pick-up the following morning after 9:00a.m.

The Main Pharmacy is located just inside the clinic entrance, on the 1st floor, East side of the building. The Main Pharmacy fills new and refill prescriptions only, all refills must be filled at the Pharmissary. The Main pharmacy offers multiple convenient ways for customers to request prescriptions including an automated telephonic system, an and internet request system.

The Pharmissary is located adjacent to the Fort Sill Commissary. The Pharmissary is primary location for prescription refills and does not fulfill new prescriptions. All new prescriptions must first be filled at the Main Pharmacy. Prescriptions with refills can be filled for pickup at the Pharmissary either by calling in to the automated system or by using Tricare Online.

Outpatient Formulary

The Outpatient Formulary is a website that will give you more information regarding medications that are covered at Fort Sill Pharmacy. This is not an all-inclusive list and prescriptions that are covered are subject to change.

Pharmacy Hours and Phone Numbers:

Filling Your Prescriptions

Refills called in will be available for pick up 48 hours (2 business days) after call in (not to include weekends or Federal Holidays).
Refills called in will only be held for 10 days from the date filled.

Tricare Pharmacy Home Delivery


Pharmacy Dispensing Policy

All eligible beneficiaries must register with the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System (DEERS).
Proper ID is always required. The patient’s ID Card with beneficiary information must be presented when dropping off or picking up prescriptions. This rule applies to all sponsors and dependents or service may be refused.