Medication Policy

You may receive medication as part of your treatment plan as outlined by Dr. Wilhite or Dr. Komas. During the course of your treatment, Dr. Wilhite or Dr. Komas will authorize refills of these medications. When you are ready for a refill, please ask your pharmacy to fax a refill request to us at 891-6952, even if the medication indicates no refills are allowed. Please request refills at least two days in advance, if possible.
You may be receiving medication as part of your treatment from Dr. Wilhite or Dr. Komas. Dr. Wilhite or Dr. Komas will authorize refills of these medications as indicated. Due to new regulations by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, you may be required to come into the office to pick up an original handwritten prescription for your initial fill of narcotic pain medication. For refills of narcotic medications, please contact your pharmacy to request the refill.  For refills of non-narcotic medications, please contact your pharmacy and let them know you need a refill. Our office participates in E-Prescribing, so an electronic message will be sent to our office from your pharmacy with your request. Please allow 72 hours for all refills.  

Work Comp patients have the option of having their medications filled from our office. If you were given a medication out of our office and are in need of a refill, please contact the office to arrange for that. As with all refills, please allow 72 hours, since our work comp medications still need a doctor's signature.