Medication Refills

Do you have a prescription medication that needs to be refilled, but you don’t want to go in to see a doctor?
With WHVC you can consult a healthcare professional online for your prescription refill.

If you are currently taking a medication and have documentation, our medical providers can submit an e-prescription for purchase and pick-up at your local pharmacy. Conditions WHVC providers commonly prescribe medication refills for are listed below.

Medication Refills
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Please be informed that Walmart Health Virtual Care (WHVC) cannot replace your primary care physician. WHVC providers cannot start a regimen of maintenance medication, and require proof of recent prescription for all refills. Providers also generally cannot increase the initial dosage of a particular medication as suggested by your primary care physician. For your safety, we limit refills to no more than 90 days within a six-month period. The decision to provide a refill and the quantity is at the discretion of the provider. Be sure to share any recent information you have about your condition that can help facilitate your refill (for example recent lab tests, notes from your doctor and blood pressure readings.)


Narcotic pain relievers and controlled substances regulated by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency or regulated under State law, such as Tramadol, Carisoprodol, Fiorcet, Pseudoephedrine, Armodafinil, specific anticonvulsants including Gabapentin (Neurontin), or drugs considered to be “elective” medications, such as medications to treat erectile dysfunction, hair loss and weight loss, will not be prescribed or renewed by MeMD’s medical providers.


If you are interested in a particular prescription, but are unsure if it is able to be e-prescribed, please review our prescription policy before requesting an online consultation.

This page offers general health information to facilitate discussion with your telehealth provider. You must not rely on the information on our website as an alternative to medical advice from your doctor or other professional healthcare provider.

If this is a medical emergency, please call 911. For mental health emergencies, call 988.

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Virtual care is a convenient and secure way to have a medication prescription submited by phone (where permitted) or video, 24/7/365.

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