Feb. 26 The appointment line 785-239-3627 is currently down. Please use 1-888-239-3627 to call for an appointment.

TRICARE Outage Impact to Pharmacies

A reported cyberattack on the nation’s largest commercial prescription processor, Change Healthcare, has affected military clinics and hospitals worldwide. On Feb. 21, Change Healthcare disconnected their systems to protect patient information. This is impacting all military pharmacies worldwide and some retail pharmacies nationally.
Fort Riley pharmacies are currently filling outpatient prescriptions manually until this issue is resolved. Pharmacy will give priority to urgent prescriptions followed by routine prescriptions. Please be patient as it will take longer than usual to safely fill prescriptions.
Active Duty Service Members are encouraged to go to Farrelly Health Clinic pharmacy for urgent prescription needs.
For more information, visit the TRICARE Patient Portal Outages page..

Getting Care


Visitor Guidelines

At Irwin Army Community Hospital we take seriously the protection of patients and staff while recognizing the role that friends and family have in healing and recovery. As such, our team has consulted with experts and public health officials to update our visitor policy effective immediately.

All Outpatient and Inpatient Locations 

Visiting Hours

Due to the low number of positive COVID 19 cases in the Fort Riley area, there is no longer a restriction on the number of visitors at IACH.  Please continue to monitor communication coming from Fort Riley as this could change at any time.  Visitors are welcome to visit inpatients daily in most areas and quiet hours are between 9 p.m. and 9 a.m. daily. We ask that if you are visiting during these hours, please respect others need for rest and quiet time. 
Visiting privileges or hours in specialty areas such as the Medical-Surgical Unit, Labor and Delivery/Mother-Baby Unit, and Inpatient Behavioral Health may be modified and are dependent on the patient's condition and therapy. Please contact the nursing staff before visiting or upon arrival in the appropriate ward to arrange visits.

Mask Requirements

Face masks are required at IACH if you:

  • Have tested positive for COVID in the past 10 days
  • Are having COVID or flu-like symptoms
  • Have had close contact with someone with COVID in the past 10 days

If you are experiencing a cough, runny nose, sore throat, headaches, body aches, fever or any other signs of upper respiratory illness, please call the triage line 785 239-DOCS, option 7, instead of coming into the hospital unless it is an emergency.

Don't forget to keep your family's information up-to-date in DEERS.