Transfer a prescription to Crossroads Pharmacy

Crossroads Pharmacy has got a very customer-friendly prescription transfer policy. There can be different reasons for transferring your current prescription to our pharmacy – for example, our location may be more convenient for you, our prices may be lower than in your current pharmacy or you simply enjoy interacting with our friendly staff more. Regardless of the reason, transferring the prescription is a simple process.

How to transfer a prescription to our pharmacy

Transferring a prescription is as easy as it gets. All you need to do is take a few simple steps:

  • Contact Crossroads Pharmacy.
    Patients usually call or email us, or simply stop by to request a prescription transfer.
  • Answer a few simple questions.
    We will need your personal information and the list of medications you are taking. In some cases, additional information may be required but usually we will take it from there and do the necessary paperwork ourselves.
  • Wait for the prescription transfer.
    Prescription transfer typically takes between 1 and 3 days to be completed.

Some drugs (schedule III, IV, and V medications) can only be transferred once. The examples of such medications include Ultram, Xanax, and testosterone. Schedule II controlled substances, such as Vicodin and Oxycontin, cannot be transferred. If the patient’s prescription is out of refills, our pharmacy may contact the physician directly and request refills.

When transferring the prescription, we will ensure that all medications you need are available immediately or can be delivered to us shortly. It is recommended to get all your prescriptions from a single pharmacy for convenience and to ensure that no unwanted drug interactions take place. You may also want to inform the prescribing physician about the pharmacy switch so that any new prescriptions and refills are sent to the correct pharmacy.

author: Dr. Marian Davis

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