FirstChoice™ Pharmacy Network

Select A FirstChoice™ Pharmacy And Save On Your Prescription Medications.

A pharmacy network is a group of pharmacies that are contracted with Southern Scripts to provide covered products and services to members at discounted rates.

FirstChoice™ is the preferred pharmacy network of Southern Scripts, offering access to reduced prescription costs at participating FirstChoice™ pharmacies across the nation. A participating FirstChoice™ pharmacy offers, on average, a lower cost on medications for covered drugs than a standard (non-preferred) pharmacy. FirstChoice™ consists of both independent (local/community) and retail (national/regional) pharmacies. Participating FirstChoice™ pharmacies also offer the added benefit of filling a 90-day supply of medications.

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Find a Participating FirstChoice™ Pharmacy

The Network Pharmacy Locator Tool allows members to search for pharmacies near a specific location that are inclusive to the Southern Scripts pharmacy network. Use our streamlined Network Pharmacy Locator to find a FirstChoice™ Pharmacy, Specialty Pharmacy, or Mail Order Pharmacy near you.

Find a FirstChoice™ Pharmacy
  1. Select Find a FirstChoice™ Pharmacy
  2. Enter your ZIP code
  3. The Southern Scripts Bin Number is 015433
  4. Enter your Group Code: (Also found on your Insurance/Rx card)
  5. Select your Search Radius based on your ZIP code. Use the legend below to identify pharmacies
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Pharmacy is contracted as a FirstChoice™ pharmacy.

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Pharmacy is contracted for specialty medications.

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Pharmacy is contracted for vaccines.

How do I lower my prescription drug costs?

  • Locate a FirstChoice™ pharmacy. A participating FirstChoice™ pharmacy offers, on average, a lower cost on medications for covered drugs than a standard (non-preferred) pharmacy.
  • Ask your physician about generic drugs. A generic drug is a version of a brand drug. According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), compared to the brand drug, a generic:

    • is chemically the same
    • works the same in the body
    • is just as safe and effective
    • meets the same standards set by the FDA
    • often costs much less

    Example: rosuvastatin (generic) is the same drug as Crestor® (brand)

It is easy to transfer your prescriptions to a FirstChoice™ pharmacy.

  • Locate a FirstChoice™ pharmacy. A participating FirstChoice™ pharmacy offers, on average, a lower cost on medications for covered drugs than a standard (non-preferred) pharmacy.
  • Contact your new participating FirstChoice™ pharmacy. Inform your new participating FirstChoice™ pharmacy that you want to transfer your prescriptions from your old pharmacy. You will need the name, strength, and prescription number of each prescription, along with the phone number of your old pharmacy. You can accomplish this by calling, visiting the new pharmacy in person, or if your new pharmacy offers the technology, by using online services such as a website or mobile app.

What information will the pharmacy need to facilitate the transfer?

  • Your new pharmacy will need your health insurance information, and perhaps some personal information as well. Typically, your new pharmacy will request:

    • Health insurance card
    • First and last name
    • Date of birth
    • Address
    • Phone number
    • Possible allergies you may have

How long will it take to complete the transfer?

  • The amount of time your new pharmacy needs can depend on how many prescriptions need to be moved over, possibly 1-3 business days. When the time comes to pickup your prescription(s), please bring your insurance card with you to the pharmacy.