A prescription refill is the process by which one can get a new prescription from a medical provider to get the medications that they are already taking at a pharmacy. With Patricia (Nurse Pattye) Anderson, FNP bc, you may be able to get a prescription refill if it is safe and appropriate to do so.
Prescription Refill – Pharmacies
Prescription refills are not usually restricted to specific pharmacies as long as a valid prescription is provided. Examples of pharmacies that enable medication refills as part of their standard processes:
Why Get A Prescription Refill
Most prescription refills are provided by one’s existing medical provider. Sometimes, one might need a short-term prescription refill from a new medical provider due to the lack of availability of an appointment with one’s regular provider. Another reason might be that the medications have been lost or destroyed. In general, short-term prescription refills can be done at places like a medical clinic, urgent care or online but they are not a substitute for having a regular doctor or other medical provider who can provide ongoing medical care and management.
Prescription Refill – Medications
What medications can be refilled with a prescription online? Here are examples of medications that might qualify for a refill:
Common Medication Refills
Other Medication Refills
Medications that cannot be refilled via an online prescription with Patricia (Nurse Pattye) Anderson, FNP bc include controlled medications like narcotics or anxiety medications, gabapentin, or any other medication that would not be appropriate to prescribe through an online evaluation.