Medication Refill Policy
A guideline to help you understand the process and time frame of scheduled drug prescriptions
Helpful Advice about Scheduled Drug Prescriptions
ATTENTION NEW PATIENTS - If you are coming in for medications previously prescribed we will need your medical records prior to Restorative health refilling those medications for you. Medical records can be:
- Faxed - Text the fax number of the clinic where your records are at to 385-449-0565 and we will request them for you.
- Emailed - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Brought in with you at the time of your appointment.
Schedule II Drugs
Opioids ⏾ oxycodone (OxyContin, Percocet), hydrocodone (Norco), morphine (MS Contin), methadone, dilaudid, fentanyl (Duragesic)
Appointment Requirements - Opioids require a visit every 4 weeks | Refills are sent in every 28 days | Please set up a recurring 4 week appointment | Medical provider will send on the date due no need to contact the office for refills
Stimulants ᳀ amphetamine (Dexedrine, Adderall), methamphetamine (Desoxyn), and methylphenidate (Ritali), lisdexamfetamine (Vyvanse)
Appointment Requirements - Stimulants require a visit every 3 months | Please set up a recurring 3-month visit | Refills will be sent every 28 days no need to contact the office
Schedule III - IV Drugs
Medications Include ቀ ketamine nasal spray, medical cannabis, codeine, tramadol, benzodiazepines like lorazepam, clonazepam, alprazolam, lyrica, testosterone - Initiating testosterone therapy requires blood work to be completed prior to scheduling an appointment - routine monitoring of bloodwork with be required throughout the course of treatment.
Appointment Requirements - 15 minute appointment every six months | Please make sure you are set up on a recurring six month appointment.
If you aren’t set up on a recurring appointment and want your medications to be filled in a timely manner please contact William 385-449-0565 and I will help you get set up.
Interested in saving money on your prescriptions?
- Many pharmacies price match i.e. Smith’s, Wal-mart - Walgreens and CVS do not price match from our experience and on average are more expensive.
- Mail-order pharmacies often charge less if you order in three month supply
- Check out GoodRx.com website
- Use generics instead of brand name drugs when possible.