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Pharmacy

Our pharmacy is staffed by one Pharmacy Officer and one Pharmacy Technician. The pharmacy provides medications to all eligible beneficiaries with the exception of individuals enrolled in the U.S. Family Health Plan.

- We do not accept faxes or E-prescriptions from pharmacies or from doctor’s offices.
- Vaccines are only available for active duty personnel.
- We carry a limited formulary of medications. Do we carry the medicine you need? Please call our pharmacy to discuss your prescription needs. Download a copy of our current formulary.
- Download our Non-prescription Medication Request Form
- See common Pharmacy Questions and Answers

Pharmacy phone: (508) 968-6702
Prescription Refill Line: (508) 968-6571
Front Desk phone: (508) 968-6582

The pharmacy is CLOSED on Wednesday mornings and Friday afternoons.

We accept civilian provider prescriptions:
Mon, Tues, Thurs & Friday mornings: 0800-1100

The U.S. Coast Guard Medical Manual, COMDTINST M6000.1 (series) states that "Prescriptions written by civilian providers will only be honored at Coast Guard facilities when a Registered Pharmacist is in the facility". When the pharmacist is absent, the pharmacy technician is only allowed to process refills in accordance with our prescription refill policy.

Outside prescriptions must have the following information in order to be filled:

The pharmacy will provide a 30 day supply of medications. For controlled substances, no refills are allowed. The one exception which allows our pharmacy to dispense a 90 day supply is for Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD/ADHD) medication and for seizure disorders treated with Phenobarbital.

Medications are provided free of charge. The best option for chronic medications is the TRICARE Mail Order Pharmacy which will provide a 90 day supply of medication at the following Co-pay amount: $0 (generic brand), $13 (brand), or $43 (Non-formulary). Click on the link for enrollment information Tricare Mail Order Pharmacy or call 877-363-1433

Prescription transfers to retail pharmacies from Kaehler Memorial Clinic can only be performed when the Pharmacist is on premises and it can only be performed once. This means that if a prescription is transferred out, it cannot be transferred to another pharmacy which may mean a new prescription will be required from your physician. Kaehler Memorial Clinic will not transfer prescriptions in from another pharmacy.

Refills must be called into our refill line at (508) 968-6571. Your refill will be available after 1300 the following business day. Refill pickup is also available on Friday mornings.

The pharmacy maintains an Over-the-Counter (OTC) Program that makes available a variety of OTC items to eligible beneficiaries. These items are available directly from the pharmacy with a limit of two items per week per family. A current valid military I.D. (Active Duty, Dependant, and Retiree) is required in order to receive these items.

We HIGHLY RECOMMEND that all customers call our front desk before traveling to for pharmacy services to ensure that our pharmacist is actually in the clinic at (508) 968-6582.

For weather-related base closures, please call the Joint Base Cape Cod information line before traveling: 508-968-6662

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Last Modified 6/21/2014