January is flying by for our team as Valisure gains attention and customers. We know much of our growth is due to customer word of mouth, so thank you for telling your friends and family about our unique service.

Today’s topic:  Over-the-Counter (OTC) medications.

As a full-service online pharmacy, Valisure carries dozens of OTC products. We carry brand names and we carry generics. What’s unique about the OTC products for sale at Valisure.com is that all generic and brand products are batch-validated by our lab.

So if you are using Valisure to get batch-validated prescription medications, why not get batch-validated OTC medications from Valisure also?

Valisure does not carry every brand and we don’t carry every type of product. If there is an OTC medication you would like us to carry, you can request it.  Just click the “Request a Medication” button that shows up after you search for a product.

A few updates for Valisure customers:

New Year, New Insurance:  Our customer service team has noticed that many of our customers have new or updated insurance information. If you have new insurance, please 1) log in to your Valisure account 2) click on your account name (upper right) 3) click on “Profile” 4) click the “edit” button next to “Primary Insurance”

Personal Advice: We have a great pharmacy team on staff and we’d love to help you with any questions you have about your medications. Call us at 833-497-7370, 9am-5pm (EST).

Doctors can e-Prescribe: Remember, it is easy for your doctor to order medications for you with Valisure. Just have them use our pharmacy ID: NPI#: 1740771021 in their e-prescribe system.

Easy to re-order: If you’ve already ordered medicine from Valisure, thank you! When it is time to re-order, we’ve made it easy. Just log in to your account and you’ll see your entire order history. Just click “Reorder” to get the process started.

Yours in good health,

Deanna Akinbajo, PharmaD, MPH
Chief Pharmacist

NOTE: This newsletter is provided for general informational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Consult your doctor or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition, health issue, or disease management.