Are you looking for a way to activate new prescription requests at Fort Campbell pharmacies? The link below will show you step-by-step how to avoid standing in line to drop off new non-hardcopy prescriptions. Hard-copy prescriptions will still need to be dropped off in person.
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital's Department of Pharmacy offers five pharmacy locations including Byrd Pharmacy
, Town Center Pharmacy, Main Outpatient Pharmacy
(Empaneled patients only), Screaming Eagle Medical Home Pharmacy
(Empaneled patients only) and LaPointe Pharmacy
(Active Duty patients only). If you see a provider within the network, the provider can send your prescriptions electronically at DoD Fort Campbell Pharmacy 98 Michigan Av. FT.Campbell, Ky 42223
TRICARE Formulary Search Tool
Use the TRICARE Formulary Search Tool
to look-up your medication. A search can tell you:
- Formulary status (generic medication, brand-name medication, non-formulary medication, non-covered medication)
- Where the prescription can be filled
- Copayments and limitations, such as prior authorization
- Coverage review requirements and forms
- Alternative medications, including costs
To start your search, you’ll need to put in the brand name or generic name of the medication and then select the strength prescribed, as well as your gender and age. A TRICARE Formulary Search Tool
enables beneficiaries to see what medications are covered as part of the TRICARE pharmacy benefit.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How can my network provider send electronic prescriptions (eRX) to BACH pharmacies?
BACH pharmacy’s eRX address is: DoD Fort Campbell Pharmacy 98 Michigan Av. FT.Campbell, Ky 42223
Patients MUST get a handwritten prescription for controlled medications.
NOTE: eRx are filled upon patient request (see above). Bring a list of all medications you want filled to one of our Pharmacies. It will make your visit faster.
How do I request refills?
BACH Pharmacy asks patients to request refills two (2) business days in advance by telephone at 270-798-DRUG (3784). Refills may be picked up at Town Center Pharmacy.
NOTE: When your doctor extends or renews an existing prescription, it is a NEW prescription—even if you have been taking it and there are no changes.
Beginning May 1, 2023, you can activate New Prescription and Renewals through Q-Anywhere. Once Q-Anywhere is activated, it is only available at the Town Center Pharmacy. Use your cellphone to text the words "Get in line" to 855-803-4165 and follow the prompts. You can save time by scanning the QR code below to start your text message. The Pharmacy will process any NEW/RENEWAL prescriptions received in the last 7 days and send you a text when they are ready for pickup. Filled prescriptions are held for 10 calendar days. REFILLS cannot be requested through Q-Anywhere at this time. Reminder: ePXs are not automatically processed when received. The patient must contact the pharmacy in person or via Q-Anywhere to activate the eRX.
Can I email or call ahead to have my prescription filled in advance?
Patients can activate new non-hard copy prescriptions at least one business day in advance by calling 270-798-8074 or 270-798-8075.
What can I do if my medication is lost, stolen or runs out before I can see my provider?
Explain your situation to a pharmacy representative. In certain situations, an early refill or gap fill may be authorized to prevent breaks in therapy.
Can I pick up medications for another person?
Yes. You will need their NON-EXPIRED military ID card or an image (front and back). You may have a picture copy on your phone as well. Children under 14 are exempt.
What medications are available (formulary) at BACH pharmacies?
A TRICARE Formulary Search Tool enables beneficiaries to see what medications are covered as part of the TRICARE pharmacy benefit.
TRICARE quantity limits and restrictions are available at Express Scripts.
Do BACH pharmacies offer over-the-counter (OTC) medications?
BACH pharmacies offer a limited OTC dispensing program. Product selection varies based on current symptoms, patient age and individual health considerations. Patients will be asked to complete a self-care screening form at the pharmacy.
How can I drop off my request and return later?
Drop-off a new medication request at the pharmacy site most appropriate for you. Make sure to let us know exactly what you need—then you are free to go. The pharmacy staff will give you further instructions regarding when/how to pick up your medication.
Pharmacy holds pre-filled medication requests for 14 calendar days.
Does BACH accept unwanted medications?
Yes. There are blue disposal bins at Main (inside BACH) and Town Center pharmacies. Ask our other pharmacies about medication take-back envelopes.