|Q. How can I get my prescription refilled?
A. Call your pharmacy for refills. This is a service they provide for you. Have your bottle or box on hand. If you don't have this, be sure you know the name of the medication and, if possible, the dose and directions. Most pharmacies will have your refill available in less than a day. When refills have run out, or if your prescription does not specify refills, your pharmacy will call your provider's office. Your chart will be reviewed and the provider will decide what best meets your health care needs. This will take extra time, so call ahead at least three days before you run out of medicine. For faster service, call your pharmacist early in the day. Refills on weekends, holidays or after 4pm can take longer.
Q. Will Family Medicine of Southwest Washington bill my insurance?
A. Yes. Family Medicine of Southwest Washington bills most insurance as a courtesy to our patients. We do expect co-pays to be paid at the time of visit.
Q. Do you take credit cards?
A. For your convenience, we accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover cards.
Q. Do your doctors do obstetrics?
A. Yes. Most of our family doctors deliver babies.