Specialty Medication

Our specialty clinical program focuses on providing the best patient care through comprehensive medication reviews, supporting clinical follow-ups, in-depth education to patients on disease states, medication administration, and monitoring adverse events.

Chesapeake Regional Pharmacy Services Provides Medications for Broad Range of Disease States

Through the specialty pharmacy, we can help you:

  • Understand your medicine.
  • Provide instructions on taking your medicine.
  • Assist you in managing side effects.
  • Following up to answer any questions after                you’ve started the medication
  • Work with your health insurance or address              insurance gaps. CRPX accepts all major                      health insurance plans.

Frequently Asked Questions


What are Specialty Medications?

Specialty Medications are medications that are used to treat certain complex health conditions. Usually, these medications require advanced monitoring, and special care must be taken to safely and effectively use these medications.

How do I sign up?

Signing up is easy. Give us a call or simply fill out this form, and one of our pharmacists will reach out to you for onboarding. Patients, caretakers, or healthcare professionals can also initiate onboarding.  If your doctor sends us a prescription, we will automatically begin the onboarding process.

What can I expect after I sign up?

You can expect to see personalized services tailored to your needs. One of our pharmacists will reach out to you and your doctor, if necessary, to fully understand your condition. We will review your allergies, medication history. Understand your medication delivery preference and schedule a follow-up phone appointment to ensure you have what you need to get the most out of your pharmacotherapy.

How do I send prescriptions to Chesapeake Regional Pharmacy Services?

Your doctor can directly send us an electronic prescription or fax it to our facility.

Phone number: +1 (302)313-1088

Fax: (302) 351-8663

We can contact your doctor’s office or your existing pharmacy to transfer your current pharmacy prescriptions to Chesapeake Regional Pharmacy Services.

How will I receive my medications?

We will discuss your preference for medication delivery. Medications can be delivered to your home or work location.

What if I have a question about my prescription?

You can call or e-mail us anytime to reach a pharmacist. Before dispensing the first dose, we will contact you to ensure each patient and caregiver understand the medications’ proper use.

How do I report an adverse drug reaction?

If you experience a medical emergency, call 9-1-1 right away. For any non life-threatening drug reactions, talk to your prescriber or your pharmacist to discuss any potential adverse drug reaction


The FDA asks that patients report adverse drug events to their physicians. There are instructions for self-reporting through the FDA’s MedWatch program at https://www.accessdata.fda.gov You may also call the FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 to report by telephone. The FDA also encourages consumers to contact the drug manufacturer in the case of an adverse drug event

Which Specialty Medications are provided by Chesapeake Regional Pharmacy Services?

We currently provide medications for the following disease states. Click Here For the List of all specialty medications Provided by Chesapeake Regional Pharmacy Services;


  1. Rheumatoid arthritis
  2. Osteoarthritis
  3. Ulcerative Colitis/Crohn’s disease
  4. Mental Health
  5. Psoriasis
  6. HIV
  7. Hepatitis C
  8. Infertility

Why we are different

Certified Professionals

Our clinical consultant pharmacists are Medication Therapy Management certified and operate on the principle of the appropriate use of the medications.

Modern Technology

Our technology platform allows quick communication with providers to address and solve any opportunities identified during the medication review.

Ease Of Access

Our ultimate goal is to simplify the process of obtaining medications and to ensure that patients have access to their medication therapies in a timely manner.

State of the art technology to allow communication with various EMR softwares