I don’t have a Family Doctor in Redding yet, can you refill my medications?

Yes,  most prescriptions can be filled.  However, refilling controlled medications used on a chronic basis will require obtaining your medical record or contacting their office directly. This will give you time to set up an appointment with a new Family Doctor in Redding. A list of Doctors accepting new patients is available.

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Can HTMC refill my medication if I am vacationing in Redding?

Yes. Patients often lose or forget their medications when they travel.  When you come in for your visit, bring in a list of the medications and dosage or the number of your Pharmacy.  Controlled medications cannot be filled without contacting your primary care Physician directly.  These medications are being monitored closely, and you could void your treating contract with your Doctor. The best way to get your medication refilled is to call your doctor that ordered the medication. Explain that...

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How do I get my medication refilled?

Medication refills (Non Narcotics): If you have been prescribed medications from the doctors at the Hilltop Medical Clinic, call your pharmacy and ask for a refill. They will FAX a refill request to the clinic. Please allow 24 hours for any med refills. Workers Comp injuries medication refills are different, please see Workers Comp medication refills.

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How do I get my Vicodin or Norco medication refilled?

Medication refills (Narcotics): Hilltop Medical Clinic's policy states that narcotic medication can not be refilled without a clinic visit. Please understand, narcotic refills are at the provider's discretion and a refill may be denied during an office visit. Due to the increasing problems with narcotic diversion,  we recommend staff take a photo and/or  a fingerprint of any patient who is  prescribed a narcotic medication.

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Can I come to the clinic to get a second opinion about my diagnosis?

Yes. Because of the walk-in format and time constraints, it may take more than one visit to complete the evaluation.  Always try to see the Provider that started the evaluation (suggested but nor required).  Please bring in medical records to make the visit more productive and to avoid unnecessary repeating of tests.

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Can I always see the same Doctor?

Yes.  Our providers rotate between Clinics, so use the on-line calendar to see their schedule.  If your condition is acute and unstable, we request you do not delay care and recheck with the Provider(s) schedule that day. If this is a recheck for a Worker's Compensation Injury, we suggest you recheck with the provider who has been treating you.  Please call the clinic for further information.

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