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Managing Your Prescriptions Through Telemedicine

You might need a prescription updated or your dosage adjusted. Or you might have questions about a medication. But managing an office visit just to renew or change your prescriptions presents a lot of hassles — transportation, time off from work, child care, wait time in the office before your appointment.

In the last year, people around the country have learned to rely on technology to make connecting possible. But even before the COVID-19 pandemic made people increasingly aware of the benefits of telemedicine, Monrovia Internal Medicine & Primary Care founder and internist Ulin Sargeant, MD, MPH, was using technology to better serve her patients. 

Could telemedicine help you out with your prescriptions? Absolutely! If you’re having a hard time making it into the office or simply want the convenience of getting treatment from the comfort of your own home, you should know more about Dr. Sargeant’s telemedicine services.

Easy-to-use technology

Dr. Sargeant and her helpful staff can help you with setting up your telemedicine appointment and walk you through our easy-to-use technology options.

You can use a smartphone, tablet, or computer for your telemedicine session. During the appointment, Dr. Sargeant can check on any symptoms with real-time video and image options, and she can prescribe the right medications to keep you in good health. You can discuss any questions you may have with Dr. Sargeant, as well.

Your telemedicine appointment is completely secure and confidential, so you don’t need to worry about your private information being seen by anyone besides authorized members of the Monrovia Internal Medicine & Primary Care staff.

Effectively manage your prescriptions

Getting a new prescription is so easy with telemedicine! After Dr. Sargeant writes your prescription, she can send it directly to your pharmacy of choice to order your medication for you. You can pick up your new prescription as soon as it’s ready or even arrange to have your medications delivered to you.

If your condition requires long-term monitoring, you may need a combination of in-person and telemedicine appointments to effectively manage your health care needs. Dr. Sargeant lets you know if you might need an in-person follow-up appointment at some point after your telemedicine checkup.

To get started managing your prescriptions without the hassle and loss of time involved in making it to an in-person doctor’s appointment, get in touch with Dr. Sargeant at Monrovia Internal Medicine & Primary Care today.

Our online scheduler is easy to use. Contact us anytime to set up your telemedicine appointment — you can book a telephone visit or a video visit to manage your prescriptions.

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