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My Plan Is: TRICARE Prime Overseas/TRICARE Prime Remote Overseas, TRICARE Young Adult-Prime (Overseas)

Follow the guidelines below for getting care when you travel.

Routine Care When Traveling

  • You should get all your routine care before traveling. It isn't usually authorized.
  • But, if you need routine care:
    • You must contact your primary care manager (PCM) first.
    • Call International SOS at 1-877-451-8659 before getting care or making payments. 

Traveling in the United States

  1. You have priority access to military hospitals and clinics.
  2. If you have an emergency:
  3. If you need urgent care:

Traveling in another Overseas Area

  1. If you have an emergency, go to the nearest emergency care facility.
    • Before you leave, contact International SOS Medical Assistance.
      • Eurasia-Africa: +44-20-8762-8133
      • Latin America & Canada: 1-215-942-8320
      • Pacific (Sydney): +65-6338-9277
      • Pacific (Singapore): +61-2-9273-2760
    • If admitted, International SOS will: 
      • Coordinate with the facility for payment
      • Determine whether you should be transferred to another facility
      • Coordinate emergency transport, if needed.
  2. If you need urgent care:
    • Try to get all non-emergency care from a military hospital or clinic, when possible. 
    • If not, prior authorization from International SOS is required.

Need Prescriptions When Traveling?

You should get your prescriptions filled before you travel. But, if you need a prescription filled while traveling you can:

  • Go to a military pharmacy if one is nearby. You should call them first to see if they stock your prescription.
  • Find the closest network pharmacy, which are available in the U.S. and U.S. Territories.
  • Use home delivery if you're taking a long vacation. You can arrange for any regular prescriptions to be filled via home delivery.

Learn more about your options for filling prescriptions.

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Last Updated 4/19/2018

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