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Transfer Your Prescription Refills to Our Pharmacy

Transferring prescription refills from one to another pharmacy can be quite an easy thing to do if you know the proper steps to take.  Fortunately, we at Lewis Pharmacy can provide you with a step-by-step guide as to how you can transfer your prescription refills as soon as possible.

 

Learning How to Refill and Transfer Prescription Effectively

Refilling your prescription would be easier if you are able to do it in person.  You just have to go to the pharmacy of your choice and tell the clerk about everything you need.  They will be the ones to take care of everything in terms of getting the proper medication, dosages and additional written prescriptions for further instructions.

These simple steps also apply when you are trying to transfer your prescriptions to our establishment at Lewis Pharmacy in Palm Beach.  Just make sure that you are able to contact our main branch and the resident pharmacist will guide you through the process.

 

Contacting Lewis Pharmacy

You have a few options when it comes to contacting Lewis Pharmacy for your prescription needs as follows:

  • Pharmacy Number

You can call the Palm Beach, Florida branch at (561) 655-7867.  After this, you will be able to come in contact with our resident pharmacists and inform them of what you need.  Make sure that you are able to give them full details regarding your prescription and your previous pharmacy.

This way, they could contact with the other establishment and get the proper details to push through with the transfer.

  • Through the Website

If you do not want to do it through the phone, you can easily visit the website at www.lewispharmacyfl.com.  By visiting the website, you will also get more information regarding prescription refills as well as free home delivery meds that you can avail of, if you need any.

  • In Person/By Mail

As mentioned earlier, you can also visit the Lewis Pharmacy Florida branch yourself at this address: 235 S County Rd., Palm Beach, FL 33480. Afterwards, you can opt to have it sent by mail or get it right there and then.  Just do not forget to provide your address and we will take care of it for sure.

In addition to this, you will be able to get all the information straight from the best pharmacy in Florida.  After this, you will be ensured of the safety and security that we at Lewis pharmacy can provide our customers and their medication.

 

Prescription Refills: Frequently Asked Questions

  1. How long do the prescriptions last?

The answer to this question is dependent upon the level of controlled substance that you would need.  For Control 3, 4 and 5, medications can last for about six months.  It also depends on the dosage that a patient would need.  Most pharmacies do not give out refills without a letter prescription from the Physician.  The same rule applies with us.

Narcotics are also limited to a 30-day supply for each patient. This is why you would have to contact a Physician right away to get the proper diagnosis and prescription for the necessary drugs.

  1. Can someone else pick up the prescription drugs for me?  Can I pick up the medication for someone else?

Yes.  If you are the patient, make sure to fill up the necessary information regarding the prescription itself and the person you are assigning the task to first.  Information about the previous source of the prescription may also be necessary for validation and confirmation.

If you’re picking up the medication for someone else the same rules apply.  Make sure to have the patient write down all the important details regarding the prescription itself so that we at Lewis Pharmacy can better assist you.

  1. Can you refuse to refill medication?

We at Lewis pharmacy reserve the right to enact legitimate refusal for the following reasons:

If any of our pharmacists feel that further use of prescribed medication may harm the patient.  This only happens if a patient turns out to be allergic to certain medications and if the medication being refilled would directly conflict with other current medications.

  1. Can the pharmacists change the dosages of the prescription drugs?

Yes.  However, this can only be done under further consultation with the patient’s family Physician.

With all these particular information, you will be able to get the best out of compound medication from Lewis Pharmacy in the end.  Please do not hesitate to call or pay us a visit in case you would need help.

If you can’t visit pharmacy then you can call us at (561) 220-7767 or to visit the website at www.lewispharmacyfl.com.

So what are you waiting for?  Go ahead and give it a shot.  We are sure that you will not regret getting in contact us as we are the best compound pharmacy.