Our on-site patient prescription dispensary at our Scarborough location enables you to fill your prescriptions before leaving our office. This means no long waits for mail-order prescriptions, no extra stops on the way home, better management of your medications—especially if you take multiple medications, some prescribed by us, some by other doctors—and lower costs, in many cases.
Why is medication management important?
The more we know about the medicines you are taking, the better we can manage your care. Here’s why:
New England Cancer Specialists Rx Services will keep a complete and accurate record of all the medications you are taking. We explain each of your medications, any side effects or interactions with other drugs, and how to take them correctly to avoid problems.
As with everything we do, our goal is always to achieve your best possible outcome.
For prescription refills or answers to questions about your medications, call us at 207-396-7534.
The NECS Dispensing Pharmacy is accredited by Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) for compliance with a comprehensive set of national standards. By choosing a healthcare provider that has achieved ACHC accreditation, you can take comfort in knowing that you will receive the highest quality of care.
The Benefits of Using Our Rx Services
Cost: We are able to offer most medications at a lower cost than you pay elsewhere. We also offer financial reviews and assistance.
Co-Pays: While we can’t change or waive co-pays determined by your insurance company, we will help you apply for assistance, if needed.
Convenience: You can pick up your medications before you leave our office. And if you have questions, you can get them answered right away.
Support: We share tips and tools to help you stick to your medication schedule; we also offer medication reminder programs.
Education: We will help you know what to expect from your medications and how to manage side effects. And, we will follow up with you by phone or email.
Please note: There are some medications we can’t carry. These include Narcotics, due to liability and security restrictions; and Select Chemotherapy Drugs, as some insurance companies may require you to use a specialty pharmacy.