Sangita Sahay, MD, of DOCCS in Melbourne, Florida, believes that everyone deserves access to high quality and convenient medical care. That’s why the practice offers in-house pharmacy services that allow you to get the medications you need easily. If you’re ready to learn more, call or click to schedule an appointment today.
Virtually everyone needs prescription medication at one point or another, even if it is just routine antibiotics. Having access to a pharmacy that is connected to a medical practice you know and trust makes it easy to meet your medication needs promptly and effectively.
If you come in for an urgent care or sick visit, medications might be part of your treatment plan. Having to travel across town to pick up these medications can be a hassle, especially when you are not feeling well.
Not all pharmacies are well stocked, and the expense of various medications can vary widely from one pharmacy to the next. At DOCCS, you have access to an in-house pharmacy that is owned and operated by the practice, and not some corporation based several states away.
The pharmacy at DOCCS offers numerous medications. Some of the most common medications ordered through the pharmacy include:
This is far from a comprehensive list. The in-house pharmacy at DOCCS can meet many common prescription medication needs, and the staff can also order medications just for you.
Just because DOCCS offers an in-house pharmacy does not mean you are limited to using this resource. If you already have a pharmacy you know and trust, by all means, continue to use it.
Dr. Sahay can send your prescription to any pharmacy, even in other areas of the country. Just call to determine what documentation is needed, and your request will be addressed within a short period.
If you have additional questions about the in-house pharmacy options available through DOCCS, reach out for more information. Online booking is always an option, or you are welcome to call and speak with a friendly member of the administrative staff regarding appointment availability.