Frequently Asked Questions
Q: CAN DOC PRESCRIBE A NEW DIABETES MEDICATION I HAVE SEEN ON TELEVISION?
A: Doc will refill existing medications for an established diagnosis. Modifying blood pressure, diabetes, or thyroid medication regimens is best left to your primary care provider.
Q: WHAT MEDICATIONS WILL DOC REFILL?
A: Medications for treating blood pressure, diabetes, hypothyroidism, GERD, elevated cholesterol, and vitamins. We may consider other medications on a case by case basis.
Q: WILL DOC REFILL MY DIABETES TEST STRIPS?
A: Yes! Doc recognizes the importance of good glycemic control so all diabetic medications, as well as necessary supplies, can be refilled.
Q: MY HUSBAND AND I HAVE PLANS TO TAKE A CRUISE. WILL YOU PRESCRIBE THE SEA-SICKNESS PATCH?
A: Yes! The sea-sickness patch is called scopolamine and we will prescribe it even if it is not a refill. Doc may also prescribe medications for traveler’s diarrhea and malaria prophylaxis according to the CDC guidelines.
Q: HOW MANY PRESCRIPTION WILL DOC REFILL FOR ME?
A: Doc will refill up to 3 prescriptions, and each prescription will have 2 additional refills.