4000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art facility launched to meet demand for speedy filling and delivery of prescription medications; NowRx pharma-technology fills a prescription every 30 seconds; NowRx drivers provide free door-to-door delivery
We receive your prescription. No Hassle! Your doctor sends the prescription directly to us*.
We notify you upon fulfillment. We confirm your copay and will charge your card automatically.
Video chat with your pharmacist. Consult your pharmacist from wherever you are.
We deliver to you within 1 day. Skip the Pharmacy. We bring your order right to your door.
NowRx also provides reminders to help you remember to take your medications and to process your refills, promoting better health and wellness for you and your family. In addition, with the NowRx video chat feature, you can speak to a trusted NowRx pharmacist on your own schedule.
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No matter what kind of medication you take, you’re probably accustomed to taking prescription medicine and feeling a twinge of annoyance when you have only one or a few pills left. Or, perhaps you’ve been in an even worse scenario and discovered you took the last pill yesterday.
NowRx aims to help people avoid that situation by delivering prescriptions to your door in one hour. Your doctor sends in the documentation, and you’ll get billed for the proper amount to the card on file.
The app also shows your copay to prevent surprises and allows you to track the order status.
“We are pleased to have been selected as a finalist for this year’s TripleTree iAwards,” said Cary Breese, CEO, NowRx. “The awards program provides strong validation of this historic opportunity to reconceive the $400 billion pharmacy industry, an industry that hasn’t been modernized for decades and is at the very core of the U.S. healthcare system.”