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Updated: 2018-04-08T11:37:04.931-06:00

 



D, you are right about the training. It can be a r...

2007-09-27T13:57:00.000-06:00

D, you are right about the training. It can be a really great career now for people.

Mike, sounds like you are lucky. I wish there were a Wegmans near me!



The pharmacy staff at my local grocery store, Wegm...

2007-09-24T08:40:00.000-06:00

The pharmacy staff at my local grocery store, Wegmans are awesome. There have been many occasions when my Dr's office has sent the prescription to the wrong store, or not sent it at all...which is very bad because I get horrible headaches if I don't take my meds...The pharmacy staff always comes through for me when I need them. It's really not surprising, though. Wegmans is known for their exemplary service.



Used to have a pretty good relationship with the p...

2007-09-21T20:39:00.000-06:00

Used to have a pretty good relationship with the pharmacist at a Walgreens in Austin. Back when I didn't know what was wrong with me and the doctors didn't either, they really did try to help. And when I was afraid of taking my Klonopin, one in particular was really encouraging. And the head pharmacist there gave me a short supply one time for my "Roche Klonopin Vs. Caraco Clonazepam" experiment. And to top all that off, they did something that I can't talk about while I was in between insurance.

Nothing bad to say about the Walgreens in Hyde Park, Austin. Other Walgreens through the city sucked. CVS sucked. Target here in Dallas was pretty good, actually. And cheap.

Really, it's just luck of the draw.

However I will say this: pharmacists nowadays are required to have a lot more training than they used to. So an old pharmacist will be relying more on experience than younger ones would. I'm more comfortable with the younger ones, to be honest.

Interesting topic. If a lot of people respond you're going to get a LOT of different answers.