Pharmacy Dispensing Clinic
Our onsite dispensing clinic that can help with all your prescription needs with prices that are comparable to any other pharmacy. Plus you have the added bonus of being able to obtain prescriptions while you are at the center for treatment versus making an addition stop or stops. We can also provide assistance in finding you a foundation to help with co-payments for medications, or if you are eligible, contacting the pharmaceutical companies to help you get free prescriptions. This service is not available through mail-order or commercial pharmacies.
Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
We ask that you give us 24 to 72 hours notice to refill your prescription requests.
When you call, please be prepared to provide the following:
- Your name, your physician’s name, your date of birth and phone number
- Medication name, quantity, strength and the current instructions regarding how you are taking your medication
- The name of the person who will be picking up your prescription
Please remember that narcotics require a prescription. You can come to the office to pick them up.
When you visit the office, please be prepared to show the front desk staff all insurance and prescription cards. Copies will be made and scanned into your medical record to assist so we can properly process any claims for prescriptions. We will make every effort to assist you as fast as we can. We can typically fulfill prescription requests on the same day they are made; however, sometimes this is not possible. We ask that you anticipate your prescription needs in advance so we can provide your medication in a timely manner.
Many pharmacies do not carry the medications our patients need, such as oral chemotherapy, pain medication and the support drugs for chemotherapy. For this reason, we prefer that you fill any prescription your insurance will allow you to fill here at our dispensing clinic. This allows us to know that you go the right drug and dose for the right timeframe. It also alerts our pharmacists to check back with you on how the medication may or may not be affecting you.