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It is always best to anticipate your prescription refill needs and have any necessary prescriptions written during your scheduled office visit or treatment. Please bring your pharmacy number along with the container of the medicine that needs to be refilled. If you are unable to do so, please call our office as early as possible during regular office hours for your refill of non-narcotic prescriptions. All prescription requests will be handled promptly. Have your pharmacy number handy as well as the container of the medication you need to be refilled.
By law, you must have a written prescription for narcotics such as Percocet, MS Contin or Oxycontin. That means no narcotic pain prescriptions can be made after office hours or during the weekends. No exceptions are possible because of Federal regulations. We are extremely sympathetic to your needs and we want you to have the medications you need when you need them, but we cannot violate the law. It is always best to anticipate and get your prescriptions written while you are seeing your physician. We thank you in advance for understanding these policies.
Please carefully monitor your need for pain medication refills and allow ample time to acquire a written prescription.
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