Aviation Training Center (ATC)
SERVICES are available Monday – Friday 0700-1130 and 1300-1530 on Mon, Wed, Thurs, and Friday. Closed Thursday afternoon for training.
Services may be limited to clinic patients after 1530 based on prescription load.
Please note any notices concerning changes in the Pharmacy hours of operation posted at the Pharmacy and on the clinic web site.
Over The Counter Program: The pharmacy offers an Over the Counter program to active duty members and their families. This program is in place to provide over the counter medications without having to see a medical provider. Families are authorized to receive up to 2 items per week. Individuals on flight status are reminded that they are only authorized to receive items approved by the flight surgeon. Please see the pharmacy staff for the forms to request these medications.
The following is a list of items provided by the over the counter program:
NOTE: Items listed are usually dispensed as generic products
Tylenol 325mg tabs, 50 count Cepacol Anesthetic Lozenge, 9
Tylenol 80mg chewable tabs, 30 count Liquid Antacid, 150ml
Tylenol 160mg/5ml liquid, 120ml *Imodium AD caplets, 12 count
Tylenol 0.8mg/0.8ml drops Chapstick
*Motrin 200mg tabs, 24 count Bacitracin Ointment, 30gm
Motrin 100mg/5ml, children’s solution Bengay Balm, 30gm
Sudaphed 30mg tabs, 24 count Saline Nasal Spray, 45ml
Sudaphed liquid 30mg/5ml, 120ml Clotrimazole Topical Cream, 30gm
*Actifed tabs, 24 count Hydrocortisone 1% Topical
*Dimetapp solution, 120ml Tolnaftate Powder, 45gm
*Robitussin DM, 120ml Calamine Lotion
*Benadryl 25mg capsules, 24 count Male Condoms
*Benadryl liquid, 120ml
*These items are prohibited for members on flight status
For the ATC pharmacy's formulary and stock list you can look here -
The ATC pharmacy operates off of a slightly modified Base Core Formulary
Base Core Formulary: The base core formulary is the medication formulary provided by DOD and TRICARE that lists all medications that are TRICARE approved and available at most network pharmacies and military treatment facilities. This formulary can be found here: TRICARE Pharmacy Page
PRESCRIPTION REFILLS: Refills for prescriptions previously filled at the ATC pharmacy can be called in to 251-441-5418. Please provide the following: Patient Full Name, Prescription name, and contact number.
Please check our News, events & calendar page for up to date closures or changes in hours of operation.
Network pharmacies, as always, are available at this time. These include Wal-Mart, K-Mart, Target, Bruno's, CVS, Rite-Aid etc. Network Pharmacies incur no cost to Active duty members with a valid ID card. Dependent costs are $3 for generic prescriptions, and $9 for brand name prescriptions, and $25 co-pay for non-formulary prescriptions (30 day supply). Again a valid military ID card is required. For children under 10 the parent's ID card will suffice.
As a reminder the TRICARE Network pharmacies are always available. A list of those pharmacies can be found at www.humana-military.com. Please ensure you show you military ID card when you get your prescription. Use Mail Order Pharmacy through Express Scripts: Generic Prescriptions-FREE Brand Name Prescriptions-$12.00
Non-formulary Prescriptions-$25.00 (provide 90 day supply)