Patients and Caregivers

EPSrx provides patients with services that will make the prescription experience seamless and simple. From re-fill reminders to providing customized care, we are here to serve you.
Managing a complex, chronic condition in today’s ever-changing healthcare environment is challenging. Your care team at EPSrx includes experienced pharmacists, nurses, and community advocates focusing on your specific needs. We are here to help you be successful at managing infusion therapy and specialty medication, in the privacy of your own home.

Our skilled and dedicated team will provide you with continuous pro-active patient outreach, education, communication, adherence management and monitoring for safety and efficacy of your specialty medication. Our clients receive high-touch, patient-centered care maximizing the benefits of the medication and translating to positive health outcomes.

Please call 1-844-800-5377 to speak to a clinician,  if you need immediate assistance with any of the following,:

  • Side Effects
  • Order delays
  • Dosage questions
  • Shipment Errors


Patient Info

Interested in our service:

Call to learn more 214-812-9958


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Patient Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifelinewww.suicidepreventionlifeline.org800-273-8255
Suicide & Crisis Center of North Texaswww.suicidepreventionlifeline.org214-824-7020
American Cancer Societywww.cancer.org800-227-2345
American Diabetes Associationwww.diabetes.org800-342-2383
American Heart Associationwww.heart.org800-242-8721
American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutritionwww.nutritioncare.org800-727-4567
Arthritis Foundationwww.arthritisfoundation.org800-283-7800
CDC National AIDS
Immune Deficiency Foundationwww.primaryimmune.org800-296-4433
CDC Hepatitis
Leukemia and Lymphoma Societywww.lls.org800-955-4572
Lupus Foundation of Americawww.lupus.org800-558-0121
National Multiple Sclerosis Societywww.nationalmssociety.org800-344-4867
Sickle Cell Disease Associationwww.sicklecelldisease.org800-421-8453
National Association of Rare Disease (NORD)www.rarediseases.org800-999-6673


Hemophilia Federation of Americawww.hemophiliafed.org800-230-9797
National Hemophilia Foundationwww.hemophilia.org800-42-HANDI
Coalition for Hemophilia Bwww.coalitionforhemophiliab.org212-520-8272
Hope for Hemophiliawww.hopeforhemophilia.com888-529-8023
Texas Central Hemophilia Associationwww.texcen.org972-386-3865
Lone Star Chapter of the National Hemophilia Foundationwww.lonestarhemophilia.org713-686-6100
Hemophilia of El Paso – www.hemoelp.org915-859-6688


American Liver
National Viral Hepatitis Roundtablenvhr.org202-408-4848 x3
Hepatitis Foundation Internationalwww.hepfi.org800-891-0707
HCV Advocatewww.hcvadvocate.org800-522-HEPC
Hep C Connectionwww.hepc-connection.org800-522-4372


GBS/CIDP Foundationwww.gbs-cidp.org866- 224-3301


Texas Abuse and Neglect Hotlinewww.txabusehotline.org800-252-5400
Texas Youth
Texas Adult Protective
Child Abuse Prevention
Texas Department of Aging and Disability (DADS)www.dads.state.tx.us800-458-9858
The Women’s Shelter – Arlington,
    Crisis Line817-460-5566
Genesis Women’s Shelter – Dallas, Texaswww.genesisshelter.org241-942-2998
The Family Place – Dallas, Texaswww.familyplace.org214-559-2170
    Crisis Line214-941-1991
The Salvation Army Family Violence Program (Dallas)www.salvationarmydfw.org214-688-4494
Denton County Friends of the Family – –  800-572-4031
    Crisis Line817-382-7273
Women’s Haven of Tarrant County – Ft Worth, TX
    Crisis Line817-535-6464
New Beginnings Center, Inc. Garland, TXwww.newbeginningcenter.org214-276-0423
    Crisis Line214-276-0057
Brighter Tomorrows, Inc. – Grand Prairie, TX – www.brightertomorrows.net214-262-8383
New Tomorrows – Irving, TX214-438-3695
    Crisis Line214-436-6785
Collin County Women’s Shelter – Plano,
    Crisis Line214-422-7233
Texas Aids Line800-299-2437