If you are having a medical emergency, call 911.

Attention Patients

The Mail Order Program is now available to all patients. Please allow up to seven business days for medication delivery. If you wish to enroll in the Mail Order Program, complete and return the form at the bottom of the page to the pharmacy to complete your enrollment. Please note that medications can only be delivered within the state of Oklahoma to physical addresses.

The new Pharmacy phone number is (405) 595-3100.

  • Pharmacy phone hours are 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Monday through Friday.
  • The voicemail option is no longer available.
  • Please call to refill your medications or to reach the Pharmacy.
    • Please listen carefully to the menu options when you call in for a refill. The phone system will ask you for your health record number (which is your chart number) and your prescription number. Please allow three business days for the pharmacy to refill your prescription.

The Pharmacy department is a team of pharmacists, billing technicians, and pharmacy technicians, working together to fill patients’ needs. Pharmacists have access to a patient’s entire health record including laboratory results, immunization status, past medical history, and drug allergies. They fully utilize this information, their knowledge and their skills to assist providers in assessing the appropriate drug therapy.

To have your prescriptions filled at Oklahoma City Indian Clinic Pharmacy, the prescription must be written by a Oklahoma City Indian Clinic healthcare provider. Prescriptions turned into the pharmacy after a clinic healthcare visit will be filled the same day. If you have a prescription from an outside healthcare provider, it can be filled by taking it to a clinic healthcare provider.

 If you have any questions, please contact the pharmacy staff at (405) 595-3100.

CMOP Patient Agreement

Note: It is important that you take all of your medicines exactly as prescribed. It is a common problem throughout the country that many patients begin a dose of medicine and when they immediately feel better, they stop taking and don’t finish the entire dose. This can lead to complications and relapse. So please, for your own good health, take all medications for the time recommended according to the directions.

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