Prescriptions & Test Results

Medication Refill Request
Our office encourages you to bring your prescription bottles with you to all appointments. Doing so saves time, effort and helps our office to provide you with the absolute best of health care.

Prescriptions can be requested at your appointment, via phone, via internet(patient portal) or directly from your pharmacy. Presciptions requested any other way other then at your appointment will take up to 5 days to process.

Prescriptions may be written or electronically sent to your local pharmacy. When leaving a message for a prescription refill, include your name (with spelling), date of birth, phone number, prescription name (with spelling), dosage, indicate if you are picking your prescription up here or if we are sending it to your local pharmacy.(If a local pharmacy give address and phone number to your pharmacy) Indicate whether you need a 30 day or 90 day supply. Our office will contact you, by phone, ONLY if there is a problem with your request.For written prescriptions, please allow up to 5 days for the staff to get your prescription ready.

Controlled prescriptions must be written and picked up within 5 days or they will expire. If you are taking controlled medications for a chronic issue after Febuary 11, 2012 you must come in to the office for an evaluation by one of the physicians for a refill. This is because of a new law that was past on Febuary 11, 2012.

Delaware’s New Opioid Regulation

OPIOD Fact sheet 2017.pdf

Test Results

Procedure and lab results are normally given at your next follow up appointment. If you would like to inquire about your results please call our office or request it through our secure patient portal. We do not routinely call patients with results at this time.