Prescriptions - Bronson Healthcare

Prescriptions Overview

We can send your prescriptions to you in the mail or you can pick it up from our office. We can also give you a list of your medicines. It will include how much you take and how often. Keep this list for your records or share with other doctors. 

If you use a mail order pharmacy, we will provide you with the prescription. We cannot fax prescriptions to mail order pharmacies. Bring your actual medicine bottles with you when you come to the office. If you do not bring the medicine, bring a list of all the medicine you are taking. 

Be sure to ask for refill prescriptions while you are at the office. If you call later for refills, it may take up to two business days to get the prescription. We do not give prescriptions for new medicine, antibiotics or pain medicine over the phone. We need to see you in the office before ordering this medicine.

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