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Online Discount Pharmacy

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Our online pharmacy offers you the same confidential, professional and personal service that you would find in most neighborhood pharmacies. At PharmNet, our goal is to be the online discount pharmacy America trusts most for all their health needs.

High Quality Prescription Drugs

At PharmNet-Rx, we believe the quality must go in before the label goes on. Our pharmacy uses only the highest quality FDA approved pharmaceutical products. All of our medications come entirely from US sources, no exceptions. When you buy prescription drugs from our pharmacy, you can rest assured they are safe.

Our Pharmacy

At the PharmNet-Rx, we process all of our prescriptions through a fully U.S. and Texas licensed and accredited pharmacy based in Frisco, TX. Our affiliated pharmacy is a retail pharmacy with mail order capabilities known as PharmNet Prescription Services, PLLC, and is located at 8200 Stonebrook Parkway, Frisco, TX.

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The following are pharmacy policies concerning filling your prescriptions and the processes that may be required in order for our online discount pharmacy to fulfill your doctor's prescription order... Let's get started!

Filling Prescriptions

We can fill prescriptions from any licensed U.S. prescriber (i.e. Physician, Veterinarian, Dentist, Optometrist, Podiatrist, etc.) depending on what individual state you as the patient have seen the health care professional in. State regulations vary significantly, but in general, a prescriber may order most or all types of medications by prescription for you, your family members, or your pet, while other types of health care professionals may have limitations on what type of prescription drugs they may lawfully order (i.e. Dentist, Optometrist, etc.) We know the regulations and will handle getting the lawful prescription from the appropriate healthcare professional, usually the doctor. However, it is important that you provide us as much information as possible during your prescription order, such that we can facilitate the prescription process avoiding delays.

New Prescriptions

Filling new prescriptions (or a prescription not filled at our pharmacy previously), can be accomplished by using one of the following methods. You doctor may phone or fax in your prescription, you can mail us your doctor signed prescription (required for controlled substances) or your prescription can be transferred from your current pharmacy to the PharmNet Rx online discount pharmacy.

Doctor Phoned in Prescriptions

Only your Doctor may phone or fax in a new prescription order to our pharmacy. We will handle all the details, all you need to do is provide us with the appropriate information required in the prescription order entry process, we will handle calling your doctor or other health professionals.

Mailing in Prescriptions

If you have a new written prescription and want to mail it to us. Please send it to PharmNet Rx, attention Pharmacist, PO Box 1571, Frisco, TX 75034. Your doctor may fax your prescription to us at 1-866-223-7878 (toll-free). Please note we reserve the right to verify all prescriptions with the authorized doctor/prescriber.

Refilling Prescriptions

This is a prescription previously filled at our online pharmacy, you can order this type prescription through our online prescription refill process, or by calling us toll-free at 1-877-MyRxNet (1-877-697-9638). Simply give us your name, telephone number and the prescription number from the bottle or package we previously sent you.

Transferring a Prescription

If you have had a prescription filled at another pharmacy we can usually fill that prescription by transferring the prescription to our online discount pharmacy by either calling the pharmacy or doctor depending on appropriate regulations. We will handle all the details, all you need to do is provide us with the appropriate information required in the prescription order entry process, we will handle the rest.

Controlled Substances and other highly regulated Prescription Drugs

Many drugs or pharmaceuticals are very potent and can be dangerous if not used in accordance with your doctor's directions. In some cases these drugs require special prescriber authority and a special prescription process, in the case of Scheduled III, IV, or V drugs we will only fill these prescriptions once we have received an origianal doctor signed written prescription from your doctor. We reserve the right to not dispense any prescriptions we feel may endanger you, the patient, or that may not conform to our professional policies. PharmNet Rx does not dispense Schedule II controlled substances (i.e. Adderal, Ritalin, Oxycontin, Percocet, etc.)

This online discount pharmacy will only dispense a controlled substance to a person who has a valid prescription issued for a legitimate medical purpose based upon a medical relationship with a prescribing practitioner. This includes at least one prior in-person medical evaluation or medical evaluation via telemedicine in accordance with applicable requirements of section 309 of the Controlled Substances Act.

Our pharmacy does not fill prescriptions for Schedule II controlled substances, Subutex or Suboxone.

Prescription Plan Insurance or Medicare Part D Prescription Plans

Our online pharmacy accepts most major prescription plans. We do not bill you or your credit card for co-pay or deductible amounts until we have received an authorization of services from your carrier prescription plan and have completed our prescription process thus assuring you that we will fill your prescription and send it to you.

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