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What should vets know about the VA pharmacy?

Manchester VA Medical Center
May 23. 2018 11:54PM
Members of the Manchester VA Pharmacy include, in the front row, from left to right, Melissa Martins, Mary Jean Kellerman, Sally Sidhom, Erica Renzella and Gina Lento, and, in the backrow, from left to right, Rick Potter, Dave Sherman and Chris Hill. (Manchester VA Medical Center)



The Manchester VA Pharmacy is staffed by dedicated professionals, some of whom are veterans, who look forward to providing veterans with the care they have earned and deserve.

Prescriptions are available for pick-up when the prescriptions are new, or when a medication is urgently needed.

What is the Mail-Only Medication Program?

The Medical Center is announcing an enhanced program for prescription delivery called the Outpatient Pharmacy Mail-Only Medication Program, which will be activated June 1. It will provide deliveries to veterans’ homes or P.O. Boxes.

How can vets get their refills?

Prescription refills can be requested 10 to 14 days before they’re needed. There are five ways for veterans to request refills:

• Order online at www.myhealth.va.gov.

• Call 626-6543 anytime. Have the prescription number ready and follow the prompts.

• Speak to a pharmacy representative by calling 624-4366 and pressing 1, Monday-Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

• Mail refill slips as: Attn: (119) VAMC, 718 Smyth Road, Manchester, NH 03104.

• Drop off refill slips in the drop box of the Medical Center’s outpatient pharmacy waiting room.

Veterans with other questions about medical care and other services at the Manchester VA can send their questions, which could be the basis for a future column, to Kristin.Pressly@va.gov. The veterans will remain anonymous.


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