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Quick RX Refill Proudly Announces They Are Celebrating Ten Years of Service

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The company is celebrating their work in the telemedicine field providing access to medical services when individuals need them most, QuickRXRefill.com reports

Las Vegas, NV – March 24, 2018 /MarketersMedia/

Quick RX Refill proudly announces they are now in their tenth year of serving customers in the telemedicine field, and this is of great importance today as doctors appear to be becoming more scarce. In fact, The Washington Post recently reported the average American in a city waits 18.5 days to see a doctor in certain fields. This includes physicians working in family practice, dermatology, cardiology, and gynecology and obstetrics. Individuals often don’t have this time to wait as their medical condition is leading to ongoing symptoms. With the help of Quick RX Refill, individuals have access to a doctor in a matter of hours, not days.

“Thanks to a lack of providers in certain areas, the wait time can be much longer according to this report. For example, a person living in Boston may wait 66 days to see their family physician and 72 days before meeting with a dermatologist. A great deal can happen in this time, and a person may find their condition worsens thanks to this delay. A person may receive a blood pressure medication refill, smoking cessation products, and more simply by consulting with one of our medical professionals today,” Ted Lowe, spokesperson for Quick RX Refill, explains.

Not all medical conditions can be treated via telemedicine, but there are benefits to using this option. Individuals with a wide range of conditions can view the Services and fees to see if they can make use of telemedicine as opposed to visiting their doctor. Ailments treated include the flu, cold sores, urinary tract infections, and asthma. A person with a weakened immune system benefits from this option, as they don’t have to visit a doctor’s office and interact with others who may expose them to additional germs.

“People often overlook the many benefits associated with making use of telemedicine. They focus on the speed at which they get an appointment and the convenience of not having to visit a doctor’s office. However, there are other great things about making use of our service. Our medical professionals free up doctors in their local areas, allowing them to deal with more complex conditions that cannot be treated in this way, for example,” Lowe continues.

Thanks to health care reform, more individuals now have medical insurance and access to care. This will only add to the wait times seen by patients. For this reason, every person needs to find new ways to obtain the medical care they need in a timely manner.

“Quick RX Refill offers medical consultations, diagnoses, and prescription refills in the comfort of a person’s home or office. In addition, individuals who have a chronic medical condition have their condition monitored by a physician licensed in the United States and obtain a prescription refill they can then pick up at their local pharmacy. However, conditions that require the use of narcotics and other controlled substances must be handled in person to ensure the prescriptions are dispensed correctly. To learn more about how we can help and when you need to see your regular doctor, visit our Frequently asked questions. While we do not replace your existing doctor, we are here to supplement his or her care in your time of need. Learn more today by visiting our site,” Lowe declares.

Contact Info:
Name: Ted Lowe
Email: webmaster@quickrxrefills.com
Organization: Quick RX Refills
Address: 1515 E. Tropicana Avenue Ste 5, Las Vegas, NV 89119
Phone: (800) 485-5914

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