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For Patients

Prescriptions

To ensure you never miss an important medication, it is always best to stay on top of your prescriptions and have all necessary medications prescribed during your scheduled office visits or cancer care treatment with your oncologist or another member of your cancer care team.

A good way to do ensure this happens, is by bringing your preferred pharmacys phone number and all of your current prescription medication bottles with you to each visit with your cancer specialists. If any prescriptions need to be filled, we can handle that promptly during your office visit.

By law, narcotics require a written prescription. Narcotics include, but are not limited to, Percocet, MS Contin and Oxycontin. For our protection, and yours, we must strictly adhere to Federal regulations, and no exceptions can be made. This means any prescription requests for narcotics must be addressed during office visits with your physician. No narcotic pain prescriptions can be made after office hours or during the weekends. Thank you in advance for understanding the importance of this policy.

We urge you to carefully monitor your pain medication and allow ample time to acquire a written prescription. We are also available to handle non-narcotic refill requests over the phone during regular office hours. All prescription requests will be handled promptly.