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Suja Alum, RPh, MBA | Pharmacist-in-Charge

Four Ways to Prescribe
Atropine for Your Patients

EMR: Easy as A, B, C

1
A

Locate the Pharmacy
in the State of New Jersey:

ImprimisRx NJ, LLC I705 Route 46, Suite 4, Ledgewood, NJ 07852, (866) 792-7328

B

Select Medication and Provide
Dosing Instructions

  • Search for Atropine from EMR list.
  • Select Correct Quantity/Volume to Be Used.
  • Provide Instructions for Use (i.e., Instill ___ drop (s) into affected eye ___ times a day).
C

Please Include in the Notes
to the Pharmacy Field

  • Dispense ImprimisRx Atropine Compound Needed only if information cannot be selected in EMR

  • Medical Necessity: (i.e., preservative-free, etc.) Please note: financial/economic reason is not valid *Required

  • Patient Allergies *Required

  • Ship to Patient or Doctor *Required

  • Bill to Patient or Doctor *Required

  • Date to Be Administered (DTBA) *Required

  • Start Date

MaxRx Prescriber Portal®

2
  • Easy Online Prescribing

  • Order Status Visibility

  • Orders Ship Within 24 Hours


Phone

3

Call us at (615) 437-4690 and speak to a pharmacist to send a prescription in.


Fax

4

Download and complete the fax order form by Clicking this Link.
Please include the following required information when placing your order:

  • Patient Name, Date of Birth and Address

  • Patient Allergies

  • Formulation

  • Quantity and Number of Refills

  • Prescribing Instructions

Medical Necessity (ie. patient cannot tolerate commercial formulation, etc.).
Please note: financial/economic reason is not valid

About Us

ImprimisRx is the largest ophthalmic focused compounding pharmacy in the United States. Licensed by all 50 State Boards of Pharmacy, ImprimisRx compounds sterile ophthalmic medications for millions of patients each year.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our products, our commitment to 100% customer satisfaction, and full transparency. Our compounding facilities are inspected by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA). We are also regularly inspected by the Pharmaceutical Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB). To read our most recent PCAB inspection report, Click Here.