Tripler Army Medical Center – Main Outpatient Pharmacy

What is the name of the clinic?

Tripler Army Medical Center Pharmacy

Tripler Army Medical Center Main Outpatient Pharmacy

Who does the pharmacy clinic serve?

Active duty and Tricare beneficiaries

How do I reach the pharmacy?


What is the pharmacy’s refill line?


What’s the pharmacy’s address?

Tripler Army Medical Center
1 Jarrett White Rd
Tripler MAC, HI 96859

How do you get to the pharmacy?

Go to the 4th floor

Through the Mountain-side entrance

Windows 1-5 next to Lab

Can the doctor phone in a prescription?

No, the pharmacy does not accept phone-in verbal prescriptions from the doctor’s office.

Can the doctor fax prescriptions to the pharmacy?

No, the pharmacy does not accept faxed prescriptions from the doctor’s office.

How does my doctor send an electronic prescription to the pharmacy?

Doctor’s clinics need to look for the pharmacy’s name when sending prescriptions electronically. The name of this clinic is:

DoD Tripler

What should the patient do after the doctor has e-prescribed a prescription for the patient?

Patient’s must show up to the pharmacy in order to get their medications processed. It cannot be done over the phone. The pharmacy has a bank teller system so once you get to the window, the entire process of processing, filling, and getting your medications happens there.

I’m a new patient and I’ve never used this pharmacy before

Medical records admissions! Make sure you go there first and register or the pharmacy will not be able to help you.

What do I need to bring with me in order to pick up my medications?

Patient’s must bring in their military ID to pick up their medications. If the patient is picking up for someone else, then they can show a copy of that patient’s ID or an image of their ID on their phone (front and back).

How can I find out what medications this pharmacy carries?

  1. Visit the Tricare website here.
  2. Enter the drug name, age, and sex.
  3. Click search.
  4. Click on any “coverage rules apply.”
  5. Print out “Prior Authorization form.”
  6. Bring this form to your doctor to fill out and sign.
  7. Bring this form back to this pharmacy.

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