Going to the pharmacy after an appointment can be inconvenient, even if the pharmacy is close to your home. At Rheumatology Solutions in San Antonio, Texas, you can get your refills at the in-house pharmacy from Shelby McBee, PharmD. She answers all of your questions and helps you understand how to take your medication effectively. To find out if your prescription is refillable at Rheumatology Solutions, call the office or schedule your appointment online today.
A pharmacy is a place to get prescription medications. Rheumatology solutions has an in-office pharmacy to expedite the process, allowing you to get your medicines and refills quickly and efficiently. By using the in-office pharmacy, you can avoid going out of your way to visit a pharmacy at another location.
Dr. McBee, the in-office pharmacist, runs the pharmacy and can tell you everything you need to know about your new medication or your new dosage. She answers all of your questions regarding your medication and gives you detailed instructions on how to take it and get the best results from it.
Dr. McBee fills a wide range of prescription medications to treat the many rheumatic and inflammatory conditions that cause inflammation and pain. A few examples of prescriptions fillable and refillable at the Rheumatology Solutions pharmacy are:
During your appointment, your provider can tell you whether or not you can pick up or refill your specific prescription at the in-office pharmacy.
There are a few things to consider when refilling a prescription at the Rheumatology Solutions in-office pharmacy. Each time you come in for an appointment, you should bring in all of your medication bottles or a complete list of the medications you take. You should also keep track of the refills you need at the time of your appointment so you can leave the office with your needed medication.
You may also wish to book your consultations strategically so that you don’t go without your medicines for a few days while you await your appointment. If necessary, the team can provide you with a limited prescription to last you until your next visit. However, you can call ahead and schedule an earlier appointment if there is an available slot with your provider.
As always, you should book an appointment to report any new or worsening symptoms as you undergo treatment. You should also report any changes or symptoms that could be side effects of a new medication or dosage. The team can adjust your treatment plan if your current medication is ineffective or causes bothersome side effects.
To find out more about the in-house pharmacy at Rheumatology Solutions and the prescriptions you can fill there, call the office or schedule an appointment online today.