The Pharmacy is open from 0645-1100 and 1230-1445 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 0645-1100 on Wednesday. The pharmacy will be closed on Wednesday afternoon. The Regional Pharmacist is available to answer all of your medication questions and concerns. Pharmacist can be reached at (206) 217-6434.
Nonprescription Drug Program:
The pharmacy nonprescription drug program, also known as the over-the-counter program, is designed to allow pharmacy eligible beneficiaries to obtain over-the-counter medications for a minor illness or condition without seeing a health care provider. This program is designed to allow for self treatment. Items available are limited to those specifically identified in the nonprescription medical program section of the Coast Guard "Core" pharmacy formulary. If after self-medicating, you do not feel better in 48 hours, you should seek medical attention through your Primary Care Manager.
In order to receive this benefit, fill out the Pharmacy OTC order form completely, including your signature. Deliver the form to the Base Seattle Pharmacy in person or have a shipmate deliver it. You or your shipmate may pick up the medications. You are authorized two items per family per week, with exception of one Sudafed are authorized per week. Exceptions to this are entertained on a case by case basis. Special requests, questions or concerns should be presented to the Pharmacy.
As per FlagVoice 454 Base Seattle Pharmacy will be unable to accept any new civilian prescriptions from outside providers. Please call ahead for Pharmacy information as other options have been made available to the affected patient populations.
As per FlagVoice 454 medication refills will be made available for active duty members only.
Request for prescription refills for active duty members may be called into the Refill Hotline, (206) 217-6434, 24hours a day, 7 days a week, allow 48 hours for a pick-up. Refills are subject to medication availability.
A Patient's ID card must be presented at the time of pick-up or a member must provide authorization if someone else will pick up medications for them. This is mandatory unless the patient is under 10 years of age. Your old prescription containers provide a reference point, and will speed up service. It can also help solve problems. Please bring your empty containers to the Pharmacy when you pick-up your medication.