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Prescriptions

Non Controlled Prescription Refills

In some cases, an appointment may be necessary to complete your refill request. We may need to see your child if it has been a year or longer since the last visit or your child has new symptoms.

Controlled Prescription Refills:

If your child is being treated with a controlled substance medication (Ritalin, Concerta, Adderall, and other medications that require a hand written prescription), a periodic wellness check may be required. Contact our office at least 1 business day in advance for refills or if you think adjustments need to be made to your child’s medications. This gives the doctor an opportunity to review the chart if needed. You will receive a return telephone call from our office if there is a problem refilling the prescription.

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