What is the name of the clinic?
Navy Medicine Readiness Training Unit Pharmacy – Kingsville Pharmacy
Naval Air Station Kingsville – Branch Health Clinic Kingsville Pharmacy
Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base Kingsville Pharmacy
NAS JRB Kingsville Pharmacy
Who does the clinic serve?
Active duty, their dependents and retirees can be seen by providers at the clinic, but after dependents or retirees turn 65, they will have to go to an outside provider to seek medical care.
How do I reach the pharmacy?
What’s the pharmacy’s address?
Navy Medicine Readiness Training Unit Pharmacy
730 Forrestal Dr.
Kingsville, TX 78363
Can the doctor phone in a prescription?
No, prescribers cannot call in a verbal prescription over the phone.
How does my doctor send an electronic prescription to the pharmacy?
Prescribing clinics will need to locate the pharmacy by name:
DoD Kingsville Epharmacy
What should the patient do after the doctor has e-prescribed a prescription for the patient?
Even if a prescriber sends in an electronic prescription, it will not be processed until the patient calls to “activate” the prescription.
I’m a new patient and I’ve never used this pharmacy before
The patient is going to need to get registered to use pharmacy services. Please ask:
- Front desk
- Medical records
What do I need to bring with me in order to pick up my medications?
A valid military ID is required to pick up one’s medications. If you are picking up for a family member or friend, a copy of that person’s ID or an image of it on your phone is acceptable.
How can I find out what medications this pharmacy carries?
- Visit the Tricare website here.
- Enter the drug name, age, and sex.
- Click search.
- Click on any “coverage rules apply.”
- Print out “Prior Authorization form.”
- Bring this form to your doctor to fill out and sign.
- Bring this form back to this pharmacy.