My Plan Is: TRICARE Reserve Select and TRICARE Retired Reserve
You have the same flexibility when traveling as you do at home.
If Traveling in the United States
- Visit any TRICARE-authorized providerClick to closeAn authorized provider is any individual, institution/organization, or supplier that is licensed by a state, accredited by national organization, or meets other standards of the medical community, and is certified to provide benefits under TRICARE. There are two types of TRICARE-authorized providers: Network and Non-Network. >>Find a Doctor
- Call the doctor to schedule your appointment
- You'll save money if you find a network provider
- Keep a copy of your receipts
- You may have to pay up front for the care and file a claim for reimbursement
If Traveling Overseas
- You can visit any overseas provider. To find a provider:
- Keep a copy of all your receipts, overseas claims require proof of payment
- You may need to pay up front a file a claim with the overseas claims processor for reimbursement
Need Prescriptions When Traveling?
We recommend that you get your prescriptions filled before you travel, but if you need a prescription filled while traveling you can:
- Fill the prescription at the military pharmacy if one is nearby.
- Call the pharmacy first to see if they stock your prescription
- Find the closest network pharmacy.
- Available in the U.S. and U.S. Territories
- If a network pharmacy is not available, visit a non-network pharmacy.
- The home delivery option is not recommended for a prescription you need right away, but 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.
Mosquito bites are bothersome enough, but when you consider risks, like getting sick with Zika, dengue, chikungunya, or other mosquito-borne illness, it's important to protect yourself and your family when traveling overseas. >>Learn More
Last Updated 5/10/2017