Pharmacy

Our Mission

Optimize wellness and military readiness of those entrusted to our care by providing exceptional patient-centered medication therapy services with caring, compassion, and skill

Our Vision

To be the preferred and trusted source for medication therapy.

Prescription Refills: Call 800-440-7058 any time to request refills

For Online Prescription Refill Requests, Please visit the Tricare-Online Site.

To better serve you, Prescription Requests Forms may now be submitted via e-mail.  *Disclaimer: Please note that non-government e-mail is not secure and there is a risk your information could be compromised if sent from a personal e-mail. IRAHC Pharmacy is not liable if the information is lost or stolen.

For any ELECTRONIC PRESCRIPTIONS from off-post providers, Please fill out this form and e-mail it to: usarmy.knox.medcom-irach.other.pharmacy@mail.mil

For any HARD COPY PRESCRIPTIONS from off-post providers:  The hard copy prescription will need to be dropped off at the pharmacy to be processed.
- If submitted BEFORE noon, the medication(s) will be ready for pick up the same business day. 
- If submitted AFTER noon, the medication(s) will be ready for pick up the next business day.

Pharmacy will notify you once your medication is ready. Please wait for a phone call or text message before returning to the Pharmacy.


In 2017, clinical pharmacists at Fort Knox, Kentucky were designated to conduct a polypharmacy screening program on geographically dispersed active duty service members/reservists/National Guard to ensure accurate medical readiness.   Previously, only service members embedded into medical treatment facilities were offered these services.

Each month, the clinical pharmacists receive a report from the Defense Health Agency on all Tricare Prime Remote patients. The report identifies patients who may benefit from a medication review with a clinical pharmacist. If your name has been listed on that report, a clinical pharmacist will offer a medication review with you via telephone discussion. 

The pharmacist will check for drug interactions, appropriate dosing, and side effects of the medications you are receiving.  The clinical pharmacist will help answer any medication questions you may have and may help in any follow up care if necessary. Please visit link below for additional questions you may have regarding the program.

Polypharmacy Program
Searchable TRICARE Online Formulary
Ireland Pharmacy Online Formulary
Preventing Medication Errors
Antibiotics
History of Army Pharmacy
Proper Drug Disposal Video

Clinic Pharmacy​​
Contact Information 
Phone: 502-626-9929/9930/9931/9932
Hours:

Mon - Fri: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Closed: Weekends and Federal Holidays

Location:

Bldg 871

Services:

All prescription needs for active duty and active duty family members.

Binter Street
Contact Information 
Phone: 502-624-9222
Hours:

Mon - Fri: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Closed: Weekends and Federal Holidays

Location:

160 Binter Street,
Fort Knox, KY

Services:

Pre-requested refill pickup.
All prescription needs for retired service members and retired service family members.