. I have tried refilling my high blood pressure pills twice from Dr. Parinandi's office and have had trouble both times. This time I called in the prescription on 6-20 and after still hearing nothing, I called the pharmacy today, the 22nd, and they indicate they have not heard a response yet from the doctor's office. I called the office, but the answering service is not allowed to take messages regarding prescriptions. Now I'm going to have to wait over the weekend until Monday to see what the delay is and why I haven't at least been contacted regarding the delay. In the meantime, wouldn't the nurse for a cardiologist realize how dangerous this can be to just quit taking high blood pressure pills? The pharmacy indicated they have faxed the doctor's office every morning for the past three days. Surely three business days is enough time to indicate that the prescription can be refilled. I am extremely dissatisfied with whoever handles prescription refills from his office. At the very least, they should call a patient to indicate that there is a problem with refilling it or that the patient needs to come back in for a visit.
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