If you are in need of prescription refill, we will be happy to call it in to your pharmacy of choice. Please call 631-482-1355. Be ready with the following information:
- Date of Birth
- Pharmacy name and phone number
Our medical staff will call in your refill by 5pm that same day. If you call after 5pm, your prescription will not be called in until the following day. Please note that if you call during nights or weekends, your refill will not be called in until Monday. You may call your pharmacist and request an emergency supply.
We are unable to refill medication if you haven't been seen in the past 3 months due to possible drug side effects, adverse effect of medication, or possible drug interactions. You will need to make an appointment to see your doctor.
A 1-time emergency medication refill can be given for 10 days under extenuating circumstances until the next office visit. We always give 90 day supplies, so you should never run out of your medication. Always schedule an appointment in advance so you don't run out of your medication.
If you have had blood work done, please call our lab line at 631-482-1355. Be ready with the following information:
- Date of Birth
- Phone number
- Fax number
- Date of test
- Name of prescribing physician
We pride ourselves in returning all calls on the same day. If your request is made after 4:30pm, we will return your call the following business day.
When your call is received, our medical staff will review your records to let you know if your results are ready. They will also be happy to provide you with copies of your results if you have already reviewed them with your doctor.
We believe in the highest levels of quality care. Face-to-face discussions with your doctor are imperative to fully understand your lab and test results.
All patients are advised to make an appointment to discuss the lab results with the provider. Due to HIPPA, abnormal lab results cannot be given over the phone. Not receiving a phone call regarding lab results does not mean that the lab results are normal! Always make time to discuss the lab results with your doctor face to face and ask all the questions you may have.
For your safety, telephone authorizations for all controlled substances are prohibited. Federal law mandates prescriptions for these medications must be hand written by your doctor.