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ID Card Requirements: The patient's military (CAC) or dependent ID card, a front and back photocopy
of the ID card, a front and back digital image (phone picture or text message image), or Eligibility Form 490 from the Treasurer's Office (3H) are the
accepted forms of Identification. All dependent children age 10 and over should have their own ID card.
TAMC Formulary: To learn about what medications are stocked at the TAMC Outpatient Pharmacies, please visit the TAMC Formulary website. For medications that are not listed on the TAMC formulary, prescriptions may be filled through the Express Scripts Mail Order Pharmacy or a local retail pharmacy.
Refill Policies and Procedures: To learn more about TAMC refill policies and procedures, please click the TAMC Refill Policies & Procedures link.
Transferring Prescriptions: The TAMC Outpatient pharmacy staff is here to help you transfer your prescriptions that were filled at another Military Treatment Facility or civilian pharmacy to us, provided that a few conditions are met. The prescription must have active refills remaining and be on the TAMC formulary. Certain restrictions also apply to controlled substances. Please bring in your old prescription labels to the Outpatient Pharmacy, or call us at 808-433-7880 or 808-433-6248 with all of the prescription information, to get the prescription transfer process started. Please allow at least 3 business days for this to be completed due to different time zones that may be encountered when contacting other pharmacies.
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Medication Disposal: It is extremely important to properly dispose unused or expired medications. Most medications can be thrown in the household trash; however several precautions should be taken before doing so. Take the medications (tablets or capsules) out of their original container, place them in a sealable bag, mix them with an undesirable substance (such as coffee grounds or kitty litter) and place this into the trash. Make sure to conceal or remove all personal information from the prescription label before throwing this into the trash. There are certain medications that may be especially harmful, even if just one dose is taken by someone other than the person for whom the medicine was prescribe, and are recommended to be flushed down the toilet.
Click here for a list of Medications Recommended for Disposal by Flushing
Click here for more information on Proper Disposal of Needles and Other Sharps
Please visit the FDA website for more information on How to Dispose of Unused Medicines
Prescription Quantity Limits: Prescriptions written for non-controlled medications that are used to treat chronic conditions are limited to a maximum of a 90-day supply with up to 3 refills, if authorized by the prescribing provider. Schedule III-V controlled substances are limited to a maximum of a 30 day supply with up to 2 refills, if authorized by the prescribing provider. Schedule II controlled substances are limited to a 30 day supply, with the exception of medications used to treat ADD/ADHD, which can be written for up to a 90 day supply. No refills are authorized on Schedule II controlled substances.
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