If you’re an existing Path patient and have questions about your prescriptions or refills, Path’s Psychiatric Services team is here to help.
Requesting prescription refills
Check with your pharmacy
As a first step, we recommend reaching out to your pharmacy directly to confirm if you have any refills available for your medication. If you’re out of refills, you can ask the pharmacy to request a refill of the prescription on your behalf.
Submit a refill request (if needed)
If your pharmacy is unable to refill your prescription, please gather as much information as possible as to why they were unable to complete your refill. As a next step, you will need to submit this information in a refill request to our Psychiatric Services team, who will review the request and determine the best course of action.
It is strongly advised to reach out with your request at least 5 business days in advance of when you need the prescription refilled.
Pick up your refill
Once your refill has been processed, you can check with your pharmacy to confirm if your prescription is ready for pickup. Many pharmacies also offer the option to sign up for email/text message alerts when your medication is ready for pickup.
In most cases, you will need to meet with a provider before we can issue a prescription refill. Typically, patients will need to meet with their providers every 1-3 months, but the frequency will vary depending on your care plan. Once your treatment stabilizes, the appointments may be scheduled less frequently.
Missing appointments can result in delays refilling your prescriptions, so we recommend establishing a regular schedule with your provider.
If you’re experiencing side effects from a medication, please get in touch with our Psychiatric Services team.
If you’re experiencing urgent/severe symptoms, please contact 911 or visit your nearest emergency room or Urgent Care center for further evaluation and immediate treatment.
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