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TRICARE Authorizes Temporary Prescription Refill Waivers for Maricopa County in Arizona due to Diamond Fire

FALLS CHURCH, Virginia – Due to the Diamond fires, TRICARE recipients in Maricopa County, Arizona may be able to receive emergency prescription refills through August 7, the Defense and Health Administration (DHA) has announced.

To receive an emergency prescription refill, a TRICARE recipient must bring their prescription bottle to any pharmacy in the TRICARE retail network. If the bottle is not available or the label is damaged or missing, the beneficiary should contact her Express Scripts, Inc. or retail network pharmacy for assistance.

To find a network pharmacy, beneficiaries can call Express Scripts at 1-877-363-1303.

You can also search for network pharmacy locators at:

If possible, go to the pharmacy where you wrote the prescription. A prescription filled by a retail chain may be filled at another store of that chain. If the doctor who prescribed the medicine is available, the beneficiary can ask the doctor to call for a new prescription. network pharmacy.

Non-Active Military TRICARE Beneficiaries may receive the following benefits: urgent care No referral is required as treatment is available from a TRICARE-accredited emergency center or healthcare provider. This allows beneficiaries to seek non-emergency treatment for illness or injury in the absence of their primary care physician due to an emergency. Her TRICARE recipient who reasonably believes there is an emergency should always call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room.

Beneficiaries are encouraged to visit for updates.


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