Prescription Refills

At each visit, we will check on the status of your medications. If they appear to be in need of refills, your care team will address that with you during that appointment, either by refilling them if appropriate, or arranging other evaluation as needed.

As your medication supply gets low (no refills left) or if you run out of medication, please call your pharmacy. They will contact us and if appropriate, we will authorize a refill within 72 hours. If a refill is not appropriate (if you are overdue for an appointment for example, or if the medication was not meant to be refilled), you will hear from our medical teams about what to do next We only prescribe/ refill opioid/narcotic prescriptions during an office visit.

 

Narcotic/Opioid Pain Medications

Current medical evidence does not support the use of opioids/narcotics for chronic non-cancer pain. Because our providers follow best medical practice guidelines, we do not prescribe opioids/narcotics for chronic non-cancer pain. Your provider will instead work with you to find safer and more effective long-term non-opioid therapies to manage your pain.

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