Our providers will discuss your health history and assess whether a refill is safe at this time or whether it would be prudent to see your primary care physician in person. The decision to provide a refill and the quantity is at the sole discretion of the provider. MeMD Providers cannot start a regimen of maintenance medication, and require proof of recent prescription for all refills. Providers also generally cannot increase the initial dosage of a particular medication as suggested by your primary care physician. For your safety, our maximum refill policy is no more than a 90-day refill within a 6-month period. Be sure to share any information you have about your health history and condition that may help facilitate your refill (such as recent lab tests or recent blood pressure readings.)
Articles in this section
- What is MeMD?
- What is the average wait time to hear from a MeMD Doctor/ Physician?
- How do I activate Telemedicine?
- Why does MeMD not prescribe narcotics, testosterone, HCG and controlled substances and certain other drugs (E.G. Tramadol, Soma, Fioricet)?
- Can I get birth control pills or another maintenance medication prescribed through MeMD?
- Are you able to prescribe referral notes for physical or occupational therapy?
- Can MeMD prescribe oxygen tanks, wheelchairs or durable medical equipment (e.g. scooters, splints)?
- I am out of my blood pressure pills, thyroid medications, or my diabetes medications. Can MeMD refill it?
- Can MeMD providers send prescriptions to Canadian, online, or mail-order pharmacies?
- Will they be able to refill my scripts?