Based on product availability flu vaccine is given at regularly scheduled well child checkup appointments and scheduled flu clinic appointments. We anticipate being able to give flu vaccine in the office until Feb 7.  Call the office at 317-621-9000 for vaccine appointments and to check availability of specific vaccine type.  CLICK HERE for more information.

Prescription Refill Request Form

Patient Information



Give first and last names



Use the format MM/DD/YYYY



Give first and last names



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Contact Information



Use the format 317-555-1212



Use the format 317-555-1212



Yes No

Prescription Details






Limit: 1,500 Characters


Call in to Pharmacy
Pick up in Person
Mail to my House

Call to Pharmacy

Call this prescription in to my pharmacy





(Use the format 317-555-1212)

Note: Some medications, including stimulants used to treat ADHD, can not be called in to a pharmacy.

Pick up in Person

I will pick my prescription up from :

Mail to Home

Mail this prescription to my home address:






Note: This address will be compared with address on file for the patient.

Please enter in the word you see

   




Notes About this Form

Prescription Refills
Prescription refills [other than ADHD meds and other controlled substances] requested prior to 1:30 pm will be processed by the end of the business day. Refill requests received after 1:30 pm will be processed by the end of the next business day and sent electronically to your pharmacy. (Pharmacy information that is listed in your child’s chart) Yearly check-ups and follow-ups by a Northpoint provider are required to continue to refill medications.

 ADHD Medication Refills
Controlled medications such as ADD meds (Adderall, Vyvanse, Methylphenidate, Ritalin, etc.) must be refilled monthly. ADD/ADHD medications can soon be sent electronically to the pharmacy. (Pharmacy information that is listed in your child’s chart) The processing time for your refill may take up to 7 days due to chart review by the primary physician. Required yearly check-ups and “medication follow-ups” directed by your primary provider must be current in order to refill ADD/ADHD medications.