GUIDELINES FOR ADHD/ADD MEDICATIONS FROM OUT-OF-STATE DOCTORS
TCU Health Center Pharmacy is one of the very few Texas pharmacies that may fill a prescription for a controlled substance listed in Schedule II written by a prescriber in another state. To do so, the following conditions must be met (as required by Section 481.075 of TSBP regulations):
1. Only signed, dated original prescriptions or electronically prescribed prescriptions are accepted and must fulfill the Texas DPS regulations for a valid prescription.
2. The prescription must be filled within 30 days from the date the prescription is written.
3. Texas law prohibits nurse practitioners or physician’s assistants from prescribing C-II prescriptions.
4. Only registered TCU students may fill out-of-state C II prescriptions per Board of Pharmacy regulations. The patient must provide a valid TCU Student ID and/or driver’s license at the time of the first fill and when picking up the prescribed medication.
5. TCU Police will be called in on any strongly suspected fraudulent prescriptions.
6. No Schedule II prescriptions will be mailed or picked up by a third party. Students must sign acknowledging receipt of the medication.