Yes. Our medical providers can write prescriptions when medically necessary and in compliance with MeMD’s prescription policy. Please be informed that MeMD is not a replacement for your primary care physician or annual office check-ups. MeMD is not an online pharmacy.
MeMD Providers do not prescribe elective medications, narcotic pain relievers, or other drugs listed as controlled substances by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency or regulated under State law. Review the DEA Controlled Substances Schedule if you are interested in a particular prescription and are uncertain if it is listed as a controlled substance. Providers generally do not prescribe more than a 90-day refill within a 6 month period. MeMD consultations treat the majority of common medical conditions, however a small number of cases require an in-person visit for complete care.
A prescription determined by your MeMD medical provider to be medically necessary and in compliance with MeMD’s Prescription Policy will be electronically sent to a local participating pharmacy for purchase and pick-up. You may access and download a copy of your medical provider’s visit summary for your records within MeMD's secure portal.