Some people will call anyone a troublemaker, regardless of whether they are being one or not.
In my facility, sharing patient specific meds is avoided accept for emergent situations.
Whether it is right or not, I cannot say, but this is how it was explained to me:
The residents at the nursing home pay for their own meds, or it comes from their insurance. If you borrowed meds, you'd be stealing money from one grandma to give to another.
The meds for the inmates come out of our tax dollars. So whether I give Joe Joe's Tylenol or Bob's, it is really Tylenol that you and I paid for, so Bob should not care as long as at the end of the day, Bob still gets a Tylenol too.
In LTC I'd write NA and if it was emergent, pull what strings I had to or take from the emergency kit.
In corrections, I'm more comfortable with borrowing.
It really is up to you and what you feel comfortable with.