The Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center pharmacy processes over 100,000 prescriptions monthly. Many of these prescriptions are filled by the Central Mailout Pharmacy (CMOP). Prescriptions may be refilled by phone and internet, or with the form that is included with your prescriptions.
To get your refills on time, all refills should be ordered at least 10 days prior to when needed. Please call one of the following numbers:
Prescriptions may also be filled online using VA's My HealtheVet program. You will need a user id and password to log in. If you do not have one, you can easily get one by creating your personal profile. My HealtheVet also has drug information.
Please remember to refill prescriptions at least two weeks in advance using one of these methods:
We are committed to reducing customer waiting times by mailing medications to our Veterans. All refills, and almost all new medications, are mailed from the Pharmacy - this eliminates the inconvenience of waiting in the Medical Center for your prescription.
All of the above services, except for the inpatient pharmacy, are closed on all federal holidays.
This clinic is run by clinical pharmacists that provide monitoring and follow-up of veterans on anticoagulants such as warfarin. The anticoagulation clinic is located within the red building at 2669 Cold Springs Road, Indianapolis, IN 46222
Clinical pharmacists assist providers in disease state management of veterans with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, oncology, renal disease, psychiatric care, smoking cessation, chronic conditions, and chronic pain.
Pharmacy also provides post-graduate training for pharmacists. The service offers a PGY-1 pharmacy practice program, which was established in 1997. This program offers a wide variety of opportunities in areas such as: primary and specialty ambulatory care clinics, pharmacist-run clinics, internal medicine, medical and surgical intensive care, medication safety, psychology, oncology, academia, and administration. Opportunities are also available for teaching at both Butler and Purdue University Colleges of Pharmacy. The Indianapolis VA also provides a non-traditional PGY-1 training program. In addition to the PGY-1 programs, the department provides a diverse offering of specialized PGY-2 opportunities in the following areas: ambulatory care, ambulatory care/education, internal medicine, and health-system pharmacy administration.