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How to Tell a Good Pharmacy from a Bad Pharmacy

There is a difference between pharmacies. Pharmacies were developed to help individuals needing medical help, either through physical aids or drugs. Now, many are developed as a way to add drug-dispensing to a multitude of other non-related medical products.

Pharmacies that have individuals walk a distance to go to the back of the facility….only think about the bottom line. They’re only concerned about making a buck. They do not stop and realize that some individuals cannot walk, cannot breathe or have other bodily malfunctions that honestly need pharmaceutical help.

Those of us who have undergone a total knee replacement know about the difficulties of walking or being mobile. Sometimes it’s just too painful, other times it’s pain combined with immobility. When I needed to fill prescriptions and went to a local “caring pharmacy”..only to have the drug-dispensing operations located near the back…what an insult. It’s not bad enough that we can’t function as well as needed, but now we have to experience even greater difficulties due to a pharmacy’s greed. It’s disgusting…

Some pharmacies place their drug-filling facilities in the front of the store. Those are the ones I choose.

Thought I’d share. Hope this helps others going through the same thing.

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