Important Information About Prescription Refills
To ensure quality medication management, it is RCBM policy that treatment plans are reviewed on a regular basis, for this reason, patients should be seen every three months by their prescribing clinician.
We suggest that you check your prescriptions before you accept them from your pharmacist and pay your co-pay. Make sure every prescription lines up with medications we prescribed. This is a very good way of avoiding medication error.
Please note the following changes to our prescription refill policies:
1. We are unable to accept prescription refill requests from pharmacies.
2. As of January 1, 2019, RCBM is no longer able to provide 90-day prescriptions for controlled substances (which include AD/HD stimulant medications and benzodiazepines). This new policy has been created with the safety of our patients in mind.
3. Due to updated regulations (June 2018), our office must access your prescription history report before processing your refill request. As a result, your prescriptions may take 1-3 business days to process.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding!
Please click on your prescribing clinician to open the secure prescription refill form.
Yvonne Stumpf, MSN, RN
Sarah Hutton, MD
Paige Jonna, MSBS, PA-C
Lisa Michaux, MSN
Kendra Niemi, MSN, RN
Joel L. Young, MD
Derek Susalla, PA-C
Carol Rembor, MS, APRN
Amy Ames, DNP, APRN, PMHNP-BC
Aliya Pasik, PA-C
Alexis Homicz, PA-C
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