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- 1. FAX: Fax prescriptions to (540) 878-2487. Request a faxable prescription order form below for our top formulations.
- 2. PHONE: Speak directly to a pharmacist at (844) 309-3782 (Option 1) or leave a voicemail after hours.
- 3. E-PRESCRIBE: Search for WeCare Pharmacy by name, ID#0959338314 or NCPDP#4845143.
- 4. ONLINE: Coming soon!
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We value our relationship with prescribers. Frequently, our clinical team will come across interesting articles about new treatment options, wellness guidelines, and prevention strategies. It is our pleasure to share these resources with you.
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