Pharmacies and Prescriptions
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A pharmacy is where you pick up your medications. Whenever your provider gives you a prescription, you must go to a pharmacy listed on the CareFirst CHPDC network. Please refer to our pharmacy directory.
To get a prescription filled:
- Choose a pharmacy listed on the CareFirst CHPDC network. We recommend that you choose a Pharmacy that is close to your home or place of work. Give the Pharmacist the prescription along with your CareFirst CHPDC Enrollee ID Card.
- If you need assistance, please call Enrollee Services at (202) 821-1100, toll free (855) 872-1852 or TTY (202) 821-1152.
- In some occasions your doctor may need to get permission from CareFirst CHPDC for a drug that is not on the CareFirst CHPDC formulary.
- If at any time you need to get a prescription filled and the CareFirst CHPDC network pharmacy is closed, contact The 24 hour Pharmacy hotline at (855) 323-4588,
or CareFirst CHPDC Pharmacy Enrollee Services at (202) 821-1100,
toll free (855) 872-1852 or TTY (202) 821-1152 to obtain permission to get your medication at an out of network pharmacy.
Useful pharmacy/ prescription links:
to start the exception request process with the CareFirst CHPDC Clinical Pharmacist.