In order to get a new prescription, you will need to schedule a visit. Medications are written with enough quantity and refills based on what is medically necessary for your condition, ailment, injury, medical history, etc. or there may be requirements for specific types of medications that need to be met before a new prescription or refill can be prescribed. Once you are close to running out of a medication and know you will need refills, schedule an appointment ahead of time to reduce delays in getting your meds.
If you're a new patient establishing care with us and need medications prescribed, please bring any current medication bottles and you can send your medical records to our Patient Care Coordinators at email@example.com. This information may help in prescribing medications when medical history needs to be reviewed first.
If you believe you need a controlled substance, please schedule a visit with a Mental Health or Family Medicine provider. Our illness/injury and urgent care service lines can not prescribe controlled substances.
Note: We are unable to prescribe opioid, benzo, or narcotic medications, and we can not prescribe medications for patients who have not had an in-person visit within the last 6 months.