Pamela A. McQuillin, M.D.

Diplomate of The American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Fellow of The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists


Prescriptions and Refills

Medication refills can be obtained most efficiently by contacting your pharmacist with your request. If you need a written prescription to mail in, please contact us during office hours.

Phone requests for new prescriptions or refills can be handled only during office hours. Please know that we cannot accommodate calls for refilling routine medications such as oral contraceptive pills, hormones, or pain medication during weekends, holidays or evening hours. Keep track of diminishing supplies of routine medicines and call during office hours for refills.

We require one working day to complete the prescription, and will either authorize the pharmacy to refill your prescription or provide a written prescription for your mail-in pharmacy.

It is my policy to refill ONLY those prescriptions I have personally prescribed and have documented in your medical record in this office. New prescriptions will require an office evaluation.



Hospital Ownership Disclosure:
Please carefully review the information contained in this notice. Odessa Regional Medical Center meets the definition of a “physician-owned hospital” under 42 CFR 489.3.  It is owned in part by physicians. Pamela A. McQuillin, M.D., is an investor at this facility. A list of physician owners is available from Odessa Regional Medical Center. You have the right to choose the provider of your health care services.  Although we believe that Odessa Regional Medical Center will be able to meet your needs, you have the option to use a facility other than Odessa Regional Medical Center. You will not be treated differently by your physician if you choose to use a different facility. To continue to use your physician, you must choose a facility where they have admitting privileges. If desired, your physician or any staff member can provide information about alternative health care providers and facilities. If you have any questions concerning this notice, please feel free to ask your physician or any representative of Odessa Regional Medical Center. We welcome you as a patient and value our relationship with you.