Tired of waiting in line at the pharmacy? See an easy, do-it-yourself way to get your prescription medications.
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Travis: Let’s say you had a need for an antibiotic and I just gave you a prescription. Andrew: And it comes with a code. Alright so the first step I want to enter my code here. Travis: So every patient gets their own unique code and if you saw me in the ER which this is designed for acute visits, acute problems and you can actually enter your insurance information, right. Andrew: You got me a deal on this meds, thank you. I did my best! Travis: And it actually tells you your total, how much it cost and if there’s an issue while Dr. Ordon is doing this, there’s a direct phone line right here, 24 hours, 7 days a week. Andrew: So it’s just like checking in for the airlines, it’s just like that! Follow the prompt or next, next, next. Travis: And what I do really like about this concept is again I worked in the ER in the weekends and a lot of pharmacies aren’t open on the weekends. Especially night on the weekends, let’s say you come in it’s a midnight on a Saturday night with your child and I need to give your child a prescription. The fact that this can hold up to maybe 50 different types on medicines, can hold maybe 1000 pre-packaged bottles. The fact that you can come and use this at midnight and on a Saturday is huge because otherwise what are you going to do, drive 50 miles? Andrew: I think its firing up! Travis: It is and this would only hold medication that didn’t spoil in a few days. This will be the very common medication that say ER doctor like myself would prescribed and again this are managed so that if lets say medicine were expired, it would be removed. Andrew: And there we go! Travis: Here’s your receipt. And you know I gave it for you for free. The charge is zero! Andrew: Thank you! Travis: I’m a nice guy, aren't I? Andrew: Thank you Doc! Travis: So people are going to have a lot of questions about this but in the end if you leave in the rule area and there’s no 24 hours pharmacy, talk to your doctors because this is in most days now likely to be in more very soon.