About JASE Medical

Who is JASE Medical?

JASE Medical was founded by Shawn Rowland, M.D., a board-certified family physician. Dr. Rowland is assisted by a team of highly qualified medical experts and business leaders. For more information about our clinical advisors click HERE.

Who is JASE Medical for?

JASE Medical is for adults who desire an emergency supply of medication to have on hand in the event of a serious emergency or when professional medical help is not available.

Is JASE available in my state or country?

Our service is available nationwide. We are currently identifying opportunities for service outside the US. If we aren’t in your country please email answers@jasemedical.com and we’ll put your request at the top of our list for expansion.

Is my information safe?

Yes, as a telemedicine company your privacy and security is our top priority. We operate in complete compliance with governmental regulations and employ strict security measures to protect your privacy and data.

Who are the healthcare professionals on the JASE Medical platform?

In accordance with our commitment to safety and as leaders in the space of emergency medication we use only board-certified physicians in our provider network.


Is it legal to prescribe medication online?

Yes. JASE Medical utilizes the latest in telemedicine technologies to enable our physicians to practice medicine and take care of patients remotely. Every physician is board-certified and is licensed to prescribe medicine and treat patients in your state and complies with all governing medical laws in the US.

Why do you need a picture of my ID?

To comply with telemedicine laws our physicians are required to verify their patients identity with a government issued photo ID. We ask for a photo of your unexpired government issued ID (such as a driver’s license or passport).

Do I need to have a current primary care doctor to use JASE Medical?

Our physicians are not meant to replace your primary care provider. In order to safely prescribe medication we require that you have been seen by a health care provider for a general exam within the past 3 years.

Emergency Use Medications

How long can the antibiotics be stored for?
Most antibiotics will come with an expiration date between 2 and 3 years from the date of manufacture. To maximize the shelf-life of your medications they should be stored in air-tight containers in a cool, dry environment.

Under proper storage conditions antibiotics expiration dates can be extended for a minimum of an additional 5 years.

Studies have even shown 90% retained potency after as many as 20 years.

How long can my medication for a chronic condition be stored for?
Antibiotics have been studied extensively with regards to extending shelf-life however, other medications like those used to treat chronic conditions such as blood pressure, thyroid, psychiatric conditions, etc. have not been studied as thoroughly. We suggest that you buy your initial 1 yr supply and then use your regular refills to keep a rotating supply of fresh medication. This way you keep a year’s supply indefinitely and with no additional cost.
Is it legal to prescribe medications for emergency use?

Yes, prescribing antibiotics or other medications to have on hand for future use in the event of travel or emergency is a common practice among providers. With modern telemedicine technology we are able to provide this service to patients via online encounters while also complying with all governmental regulations. Our goal is to provide all patients the ability to prepare for their health and safety against the unexpected.

Which medications do JASE Medical physicians prescribe for an emergency supply?

For chronic disease medications, we offer a wide range of options depending on your current medication list. WE DO NOT PRESCRIBE NARCOTIC MEDICATIONS OF ANY KIND. Our Emergency Antibiotic Pack contains the following medications:

  • Amoxicillin-Clavulanate
  • Azithromycin
  • Ciprofloxacin
  • Doxycycline
  • Metronidazole
Are these medications the same as provided by my local pharmacy?

Yes. They are the same medications as you would purchase from your local pharmacy or hospital. As much as we would like to only use medications produced in the United States, the reality is that generic antibiotics are no longer produced in the US.

By the way, JASE will be changing this in the not too distant future!

Which conditions are treated by these antibiotics?

Antibiotics taken for an infection should be specifically prescribed for an individual and an associated infection. Some of the possible infections treated by these antibiotics include:

  • Bioterror from anthrax, plague, and tularemia
  • Bite wounds
  • Cellulitis
  • Diverticulitis
  • Intra-abdominal infections
  • Tooth infections
  • Ear infections
  • Pneumonia
  • Sinusitis
  • Strep throat
  • Urinary tract infection
  • Traveler’s diarrhea
  • Cholera
  • Osteomyelitis
  • Prostatitis
  • Salmonella
  • Lyme disease
  • Malaria
  • Q fever
  • Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever
  • Chlamydia
  • Amebiasis
  • Bacterial vaginosis
  • C. diff
  • Pelvic inflammatory disease.
Can I order a specific medication?

Depends. For most medications used to treat chronic conditions you can request specific medications. However, at this time JASE Medical does not offer the ability to select specific medications or to place partial orders for antibiotic kits.

Are these medications safe?

All medications carry risk in their use, these antibiotics are selected for their effectiveness while optimizing patient safety. While some of the antibiotics may have more risk this must also be balanced by their intended use, that of an emergency when no other better options are available.

Can I get a prescription for narcotic pain medication?
No, JASE Medical does not prescribe opiate or narcotic medications of any kind.
How often can I reorder?

We take antimicrobial stewardship seriously. Our policy is to only allow ONE Emergency Antibiotic Pack per person per year.

Pricing and Services

How much does a visit cost?

Your consultation is free. If the physician determines that your order for chronic condition medication or antibiotics is appropriate, the only payment made will be for the prescribed medications.

Is JASE covered by insurance?

JASE Medical does not accept any type of health insurance.

How can I return my order?

Once an order has been processed by the pharmacy we are unable to accept any returns and all sales are final. If you feel that a mistake has been made with your order please email us at answers@jasemedical.com.

How is my order shipped?

Your medication is shipped directly from our partner pharmacy via USPS. You will receive tracking information when your order ships.