Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center
The Charlie Norwood VAMC Pharmacy processes over 1,500 prescriptions daily. Many of these prescriptions are filled by the Central Mail-Out Pharmacy (CMOP). Our Pharmacy cannot issue medications or supplies prescribed by private physicians. We fill only prescriptions written by Charlie Norwood VAMC and Fee Basis providers. Refill prescriptions may be ordered through the internet, by phone or by mailing in your refill slip to:
Charlie Norwood VAMC
1 Freedom Way (114)
Augusta, GA 30904-6285
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.
Automated Refill Line
An automated refill line is available for all Charlie Norwood VAMC patients. You must have a touch-tone phone to utilize this service. Please order refills at least 14 days before you will run out of medicine.
- Dial 1-800-828-8668 and listen to instructions.
- Enter your entire Social Security Number followed by the # sign.
- Press 2 for Pharmacy Options and wait for an answer.
- Press 1 to begin the refill process and wait for an answer
(Press 2 to check on the status of a refill)
- Enter the 7 numbers after RX# on your medication label followed by the # sign.
Do NOT enter any letter that may follow your RX#.
- To refill additional prescriptions, press 1 and repeat the process.
You will not run out of medicine if you order your refill on the same day that you receive your medicine.
Prescription Filled on Day of Visit to Medical Center
If your provider orders new medication for you at your visit, you may be able to pick up this new medication that same day. Please follow this procedure to reduce your waiting time:
- Check with your provider to see if the medication will be mailed or available for pick-up.
- Go to the Outpatient Pharmacy and take a number from the kiosk.
- When your number is called, speak to the Pharmacist who will counsel you on the proper use of your medication and possible side effects.
- Wait for your name to appear on the monitor, informing you that your medication is ready.
- Present your VA identification card at the Pharmacy Pick-up Window and sign the pick-up pad to receive your medication.
A new prescription voids any previous prescription written for the same drug. If the pharmacy is out of the medication or supply ordered by your physician, the request will be put on hold and the medication or supply will be mailed to you as soon as it arrives.
Some patients may be responsible for a co-payment for discharge and outpatient medication. The determination for payment will be based upon your current established eligibility and service connection.
Downtown Outpatient Pharmacy - Monday-Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm
Uptown Outpatient Pharmacy - Monday-Friday from 8:30am-5:00pm
Pharmacy Administration Office - Monday-Friday from 8:00am-4:30pm
Inpatient Pharmacy - (hospitalized Veterans only) Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
The VA pharmacy does not stock all medications. The VA has a list of medications (also known as a formulary) that meets the needs of our Veterans. This list is often updated and new drugs are added while some are removed. Physicians may go to the PBM Website to see what medications are on the VA Formulary.
- Outpatient Pharmacy
Hours of Operation
Downtown Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:00pm
Uptown Mon-Fri 8:30am-5:00pm