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I have logged in innumerable times to this site. All I wanted this time was a printout of my 2017 subscription purchases. But suddenly, I get "Walmart has instituted a new level of security to protect your identity." Okay, no problem right? I answer ALL the questions accurately -- date of birth, phone number, pin, etc. "We're sorry. You cannot access your account at this time. Please bring your ID to your local pharmacy and we will we glad to initiate access to your account." WHAT???
I called my pharmacy where they know my voice (my husband and I buy all our prescriptions there -- we account for 10% of their business, I am sure!) They call me by name but no, they cannot grant me access without my picture ID and signature. So I ask for the number of online technical support. I call and explain that I am miserably sick with a bad code and just need my 2017 report. They ask me all sorts of questions only I would know including a prescription number. Then they ask me the same for my husband's account.
She is satisfied. She says she will forward all my info to the people in charge of access and that I should hear from them within 5 business days. 5 BUSINESS DAYS!!! I want the report NOW! My frustration and anger knew no bounds. I have threatened to take our business elsewhere -- to Harris Teeter just down the road and much closer than Walmart. But my husband and I like the people at this pharmacy so I will give them one more chance. But the dumb bozo who, without any notice to me, put a "new level of security" on their pharmacy website should be fired.
The least they could do is have every pharmacy check-out person explain the situation and ask if the customer wants to initiate the access process WHILE THEY ARE STANDING RIGHT THERE!!! No, they wait for you to really need something from their website BEFORE they tell you about this "new security level." How stupid can they be. Can't they think through anything before making changes??? THINK LIKE A CUSTOMER and figure out how to make their Walmart experience EASIER instead of damn frustrating! If I could give you a minus 10 stars, I would.
The pharmacy assistant at the register, Arvealetta, was rude and dismissive. She has been unprofessional on several occasions and continues to be so. For that reason, I have decided to remove my business from your pharmacy and will encourage my family and friends to do so if/when they encounter this woman's rudeness.
Today when I went to pick up my prescriptions, she rudely said to me, "The prescriptions were not ready. The pharmacist needs to read them, don't know when or how long it will take, so I will let her know you are here waiting," gonna take the next customer and motioned me to step aside. I said, "Well can you just ask her how long so I will know when to come back," she sad, "I already told you I don't know, next..." I said, "You can't just ask her..." just then the pharmacist, Nahimini, said softly, "It will just be about 5-10 mins," I turned to her and said, "Ok great, I will be back then."
Later when I came back to pick up the prescriptions she continued to talk loudly about me to another co-worker and by saying that lady right there. Have no problem if you want to talk to your coworkers about your experiences with clients, but this woman was blatantly doing this loudly so I could hear her and looking right at me. So that's when I went to the customer service desk where the manager said, "We don't control the pharmacy, they are a separate vendor," so I went to the pharmacy manager who just happened to be Nahimini, in which she tried to make excuses for her behavior. This would have been accepted if it was the first time but it wasn't. I'm actually praying for this woman in hopes she can see the way she is treating people and change her ways.
The pharmacy had one of my prescriptions ready to go but it had to be held for a few days due to refill guidelines. The pharmacy admitted they took the script off the shelf and used to for another patient. When I went to pick up my medicine I was told they were out. This was Wednesday the 7th, after I told the pharmacy that was unacceptable they gave me 7 pills, and stated the rest would be in on Thursday. I called Thursday and they said it would be Friday. It is Friday now I am running out of my medicine and the pharmacy tech said it could be as late as Monday. The pharmacy didn’t even call me, I had to call them! I would like to know the legality and duty the pharmacy has to fulfill orders.
My doctor electronically sent in a prescription. 1/30/18. I have enough until 2/7/18. These are 30 day scripts and I usually get it filled on that day. Here it is day 29 and they’ve had 10 days to order and they said it still didn’t come in. Very dangerous and unprofessional.
Bought generic ** at Walmart with Humana insurance. It cost 97.50. Could have gotten it at Kroger with just a good RX coupon for 51.00. Kroger is better every time. Finally I have figured it out. Walmart will rip you off.
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I'm the sole caregiver for my grandparents and they use Walmart Pharmacy. For the past two years I have been taking care of them and also have the very unfortunate task of going to and dealing with Walmart. My grandfather only has a few prescriptions that only need refilled every once in a while, however my grandmother is a diabetic, along with having numerous other necessary medications. I am in the pharmacy at least once a week, if not, three or four times. I know that all but two of the employees in there are all completely clueless, including the pharmacist. Funny enough, the one employee who is the most ignorant and rude is the only one that doesn't have their certifications on the wall. Kind of makes me wonder.
Anyway, I am at my wit's end with them. They always call the house when a prescription is ready for pickup and give the cost, most of which is usually no charge. Yet when I go over to pick it up, lo and behold, there's a charge. It does me no good either way, because they won't ever listen to me, so I either have to pay and take my grandmother in later to get her money back, or just do without the medication and my grandmother has to take the time to call them and speak to one of the clowns working the pharmacy that the prescription does not cost anything. Anyway, this makes me livid because they are wasting my time and gas by having to drive in, go home empty handed and come back a second time and get the prescription.
When they aren't trying to take advantage of me and attempting to get me to pay for something that is free (probably assuming I'm some stupid young boy) they are refusing to either fill the prescription or refusing to have the prescription. They once refused to fill a prescription for EIGHT days. This was for no reason other than them wanting to be difficult. Not only that, but this was insulin. A new prescription for insulin. They tried to blame everyone under the sun but themselves, first the insurance company, then the doctor, then again the insurance, then her, then the doctor again. They never did claim responsibility for that, but they finally did fill it when she threatened to switch to a different pharmacy.
As I mentioned before, they call to inform of a prescription that is ready for pickup. Their new favorite thing to do is call, say a certain medication is ready for pickup at no charge. As I'm the only one driving, I have to go over there and pick it up. When I get there they either say it's not ready, or it is ready but for some reason (that they refuse to explain) they can't give me the prescription. I like to call them out on their **, and tell them that they literally just called and said it was ready. Once again, another unnecessary trip and more of my extremely valuable time wasted.
After realizing I could just use the drive thru, I started doing that. I absolutely hate having to go inside Walmart, and I shouldn't have to fight crowds just to get a prescription. I also despise having to even look at the people working in there, I hate all but two of them. They actually stopped screwing up everything when I started using the drive thru for the first four or five times. I think now they realized who I am without actually seeing my face, and they have been doing everything in their power to ensure I leave ** off. First it was refusing to give me the medications. Now it's make me 5 minutes when I hit the call button until someone even acknowledges me, saying "be right there", then not coming back, then another person saying "sorry, one moment", followed by another five minute wait before being helped. Then finally being helped, only to be told I can't pickup the prescription.
Oh and in the 20 minutes they have me waiting, helping every other person to use the second drive thru lane. I actually timed this, and from the moment the other cars pulled up, rang the call button, and drove off with their prescription was less than 4 minutes total. This place I'm pretty certain has a personal grudge with me, I know for a fact two of the employees do because they saw a post I made on social media in a community group page about some of the horrible experiences I've encountered, just trying to make the public aware of what really goes on here. These two definitely treat me with a ** poor attitude anytime I get stuck with them, the other employees aren't too bad (just clueless). It's really unnecessary for them (Walmart Pharmacy as a whole) to conduct themselves in this manner.
I don't know if they are doing this on purpose. I would have never had an issue with them if they could just do their job correctly. I'm tired of having to make multiple trips over to Walmart, and having to deal with these morons each time, because they keep messing up everything. I have counted and the last ten times I've been here, I've only had ONE time where they got everything right. A 10% rate is unacceptable. They need to be evaluated, I'm sure if the Delaware Board of Pharmacy saw how they really operate, they'd lose their license immediately.
I would highly recommend going to literally any other pharmacy, Walmart will never apologize to me for anything, because that would mean they'd have to admit they were in the wrong. Walmart doesn't care about your health, only your wallet. Anyway, I don't use Walmart Pharmacy myself. I've been trying my hardest to convince my grandmother to get her to switch her and my grandfather over to a different pharmacy. It really ticks me off that she continues to use a pharmacy that only see her as a dollar sign, in my opinion.
With a REAL pharmacy (such as CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, local small town pharmacy, etc.) they know you on a first name basis and are friendly, have your medication ready when they see you walk in, and if they mess up they apologize for the error and fix it. They don't try to rip you off, they don't call you and have you come in for a prescription that isn't ready, they don't play games. I would rate it at zero stars if that were an option. Don't be fooled by Walmart Pharmacy's cheap prices and generics, IT IS NOT WORTH THE HASSLE!!!
At the beginning of the new year I brought in my new Part D insurance cards to start using Walmart Pharmacy for the new year for 2018. At the time I did not have an Rx to fill but the gal at the pharmacy took the cards to put on file. Soon after my doctor called in an Rx and the pharmacy used my old Rx card to fill the Rx. I found this out before I went to pick up my meds and got it fixed with the pharmacy over the phone. When I went to pick up my meds they still had not used my new cards AND they implied that I gave them the wrong cards. They were beyond condescending... The pharmacist laughed at me and asked if I needed to have someone explain how this worked.
In addition, when I tried to tell her what had happened she kept talking over me. This is no way to treat a paying customer. The store manager told me to never come back to that Walmart. I reported them to the agency for Civil Rights and to Walmart Corporate. If it wasn't for my current insurance which is Humana Walmart I would switch to CVS in a heartbeat. I NEVER had problems with them. BEWARE OF WALMART if you want to be treated with respect. I wound up using Humana mail order which is cheaper anyway. In my opinion Walmart has little to no class and needs a course in customer service.
Took 4 days resolve after went back. Staff actually called tech, he didn't notify because didn't hear back and since tried prior locked out, if locked out staff only one get unlocked. This guy very helpful. Once unlocked tonight finally works now, didn't even need do security. Saw must had issue my account they had fix since tech got whole info including email. Also so go staff tell them call tech. First day there half hour but eventually worked. I have too many addresses and probably can't delete. Might been another issue. Wish could delete all those though.
I even went Wal-Mart, staff tried helping numerous ways when he called tech. He said be fixed today. Well wasn't so now gotta go in tomorrow. I can't even view my prescriptions if expired or not. If not fixed this week I'm transferring all. They should least had way cancel account, get new and still meds on file so if my info exactly matches pharmacy something wrong. They shouldn't gone live if kinks weren't fixed like staff said. My issue first he's seen, other people had simple solution. Mine even shows address never lived up, least one and very old addresses. They should have way delete as even though change reverts back old next time try so think that's kink. Other places never had this security so why Walmart since many use?
Walmart Pharmacy App is pretty well broke. I send in a refill... They say it is not received! I can't access My Pharmacy to see the scripts available to me...because of fraud concerns! I requested access but they blocked me! Their response: "We received your request to access your Walmart Pharmacy account but unfortunately some of the information did not match what we have on file. To protect your healthcare information, we have a strict online validation process that guards against fraud. We know this can be an inconvenience for some customers, especially when information does not match and we are unable to immediately grant access.
"A solution is here! Beginning November 17th you will be able to show your photo ID at the Pharmacy counter and, after confirming your identity, the associate will add Pharmacy access to your Walmart account. In the meantime, please refill as a guest online or call your local Walmart Pharmacy to refill over the phone. We apologize for the inconvenience."
Yeah - about that... I rarely pick up my own meds. My husband does that and when I asked about access to the Online Pharmacy (on the rare occasion that I get to pick up my own meds) because I was being locked out, my Pharmacist had no idea what I was talking about! Next thing that will happen is that my husband can't pick up my medicine because they can't verify he's my husband! And GOD FORBID that "someone unverifiable" takes home my meds...which is for Migraines! I am seriously thinking of switching Pharmacies. We only chose Walmart because it was close to my husband's work. It may be time for my family to change to a reliable local Pharmacy that is not a corporate box store but only a Pharmacy that focuses specifically on the needs of its customers instead of seeing how far they can push them and have them stick around!
The Walmart pharmacy in Yuba City California, think that everybody that uses an high dosage of ** is a drug addict. They accused me of being a drug addict and I am misusing my medication. I am a leukemia survivor in remission with side effects. I have arthritis in my ankles, neck, back, wrist, and hands. The head pharmacist have no right to tell my new pharmacy that I transfer to, that I am a drug addict.
They have no Quality Assurance (QA) in processing their online orders. Most of the time their system is broken. If you order a refill that requires a new prescription from the doctor, the transaction is removed from an online status and moved to a manual status. Once there, even after the new prescription is received, they do not process it automatically. Instead, if you signed up for telephone notifications they are suppose to call you and verify that you actually want the drug. Of course if you did not sign up for notifications, the transaction is put on hold. So, after you run out and call them, then they try to process it, but the manual data they have does not match what is in the online system, so all their data (credit card info) is outdated and the transaction fails. Again if you're not signed up for notifications the transaction is put on hold again.
As I Cyber Security threat researcher and a Customer of Wal-Mart I was very disturbed that one of your Pharmacy Technicians chose to post a screenshot of her work computer on Facebook. The Facebook post clearly shows the Name, Address, Phone Number, DEA Prescription #, and the DEA authorization # of four patients. Posting confidential Personal Identifying Information (PII) is a clear violation of Federal Law as stated by HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996). The Pharmacy Technician's name is: Rebecca ** and appears to work in the Federal Way, Washington State area. Her post can be seen: ** Under “Saw a little piece of home today”.
Working in Cyber Security I am especially aware of the growing epidemic of identity Theft. What steps are being taking by Walmart to train their Pharmacy Technicians about the danger of posting customers' PII in public forums like Facebook? What steps if any can ensure this Pharmacy Technician does not engage in this type of risky behavior? Frequently I teach classes on Cyber Security and will be using this post (and Walmart's resolution on this matter) in my ongoing curriculum. However I will take the common sense approach and Digitally Redact and PPI.
Went online like I always have to view my pharmacy orders. Walmart has instituted a new log in that requires a security code. After signing up and logging in, it tells you that you must sign in as a guest and pick up your medications at your local pharmacy. THIS IS AN ONLINE PHARMACY. There is no local Walmart for me to pick up prescriptions and I didn't want to order anything - just view my account. The customer service department I called says they are aware of the issue but they can't give me any information about my account due to privacy issues. It could also take up to 2 days for them to contact me. So, let me get this straight. I can't access my medications online and Walmart can't either. And I have to wait until they get around to me in order to figure it out! This will undoubtedly turn into a major legal issue for Walmart down the line. I hope they get their crap together because this is completely unacceptable.
This is the second time Wal-Mart Pharmacy has withheld my medication unless I give them medical information. It isn't even the pharmacist who is asking the information. It is an employee in a smock. I just saw my primary care physician and they called in the medication for me. It is a topical cream. I have been on it for 3 years and suddenly they are refusing to refill my prescription unless I answer medical questions.
Today was the 2nd time Walmart has been OUT of my medications (**)... And they tried to give me a $50 ** instead of the $10 (3 month) one when they finally came in. I refused so they took it back and gave me the $10 one. When I asked what the difference was, they said they changed manufacturers for the $4 and $10 pills. They're still out of **, it's been about 2 weeks. I asked why, they said they're very busy and having trouble keeping up.
I am a 60 year old disabled man who has been getting my pain medication at Walmart for almost 2 years and they decided they would no longer fill it without any concern for my pain, basically saying, "Tough luck," with no empathy. I really believe they could care less about your health are wellness. It's all about profits.
For the last two months my Dr has got me in a few days early so when I left they put my medicine on file. I was told that they would be filled on a certain day so I go expecting to pick up when I get there. They then tell me they're out of stock!!! Now by this time I'm completely out of my meds and now they're saying they have to order... This doesn't make sense to me. Hey Wal-Mart wake up, get off your butts and do your jobs!!!
Beware. You get what you pay for. Went there to save money on my prescriptions. I don't understand how can they not have your order ready after you get a email. Then they have no record of me placing my order online. Had to go back to the window to re-order them again and after waiting for a very long time I go up to see if they are ready and no one was even working on them or received my order yet again they asked me DID you order them. I just told them forget it I will go somewhere else. They really need to get their crap together. And we trust these people with our lives. Let's hope that they never have a huge mistake that will cost someone their life!!!
I have always dreaded filling my prescription at Walmart because every tech behind the counter thinks that they are better than you, especially if you're filling something like **. I am so sick and tired of being judged for having this vice. They lied to me on this occasion saying they sent my prior authorization to my doctor. This was Thursday... So Friday it's obvious nothings gonna get done and I fill a 3 day script for 60 dollars. Monday comes along and I call my doctor around noon and they say they still haven't received the authorization. I call the pharmacy and they say it usually takes a week. They ask where the doctor is out of again and the fax so clearly they never sent it. Once again your neighborhood Walmart discriminating its paying customers. Now I'm sick from withdrawals and it's on you Walmart so ** you.
Shorted my prescription 11 pills and my prescription wasn't to be ready till 4 days later. They made me come back with what pills I had left to only give me 3 pills of the 11 shorted. Then when I went back to get the refill and only got 4 pills because they didn't have any in stock!! This pharmacy is a joke, my prescription is life or death and they want to play around. This isn't a controlled medication. They have repeatedly shorted medication.
I filled my pain prescriptions here occasionally because I picked up groceries. But the service and communication was very poor. The pharmacy website is horrible. My Rx I dropped off yesterday was delayed and I was told to called them next day after waiting for 30 mins. They don't even offer to contact me at all. After more than 14 hours, I hear nothing from them! Lazy employees and careless system. They don't seems to be happy with their jobs like most of them working here. One more thing, I have just found out the cost for my pain pills was 60% more than at W. I am going back to the real pharmacy with professional system and attitude.
I went to Wal-Mart for my shingle shot and sat there for 1.5 hrs. When they pulled the gate for lunch. One of the assistants came out and said, “Oh you with the shot it’s not authorized” and walked away. I'M on SS disability and have Humana insurance so when I called them I was told by Humana it had been authorized 1.5 hrs ago. I called the store manager and he was told the assistant though I couldn't afford it. The manager then gave me a $20 dollar gift card and apologized. My spine is so bad it takes me15 minutes once I'm in the store to get to the pharmacy. Shame on Wal-Mart.
I have been going to the Walmart Pharmacy for five years now. This last year has been horrible. I am using a new drug and they never had it stocked. I would order it with other prescriptions go pick them up, come home minus that new drug and no one told me. Very inconvenient. I live out of town and not close to the Walmart. Another thing happened that we are just now figuring out. I thought this was my fault for the last few weeks. It is not, at all. About a month ago my doctor called and added to a prescription. Well Walmart dropped what I needed and used the new one the doc called in. No one let me know. I kept using the old prescription use of 2 tablets and ran out a few weeks early. This affected my sleep. For 2 weeks there it was messed up without the drug. Weeks later it is now getting straightened out. I switched to another pharmacy. Enough is enough.
I tried using the Walmart app to refill my prescriptions but it does not work. When placing my order it sends a text telling me the order will not be ready for another two weeks. When I contact the pharmacy to ask why it takes so long to process my order. They say it will be ready the next day. Sometimes when I place my order through the app the pharmacy does not receive it at all. Needless to say I will not be using the app at all to refill prescriptions. It does give a list of all my prescriptions in case I need to refer back to them though.
My doctor called in my pain medication last week Tuesday for my acute chronic pancreatitis to the boiling springs SC Walmart. They didn't want to fill the script last Tuesday because they were either prejudice or ridiculous because the pharmacist said the medication was too expensive to process the script. If you thought the medicine was too expensive, can't your brain process the thought of following up with the doctor that wrote the script. That's the excuse I got when I called Thursday morning to find out where my medicine was. Then when I complained Thursday, they claimed they ordered it Thursday and it would arrive Tuesday. Then when I called this morning Tuesday and demanded to speak with the store manager because pharmacy kept hanging up, or letting the phone just ring, he went over to talk to them.
I waited 10 min and he came back on and said it was on the truck and to come get it but tonight, cause they needed time to process it from the truck. Then when I went there at night, they didn't even have it yet. It wasn't even on the truck. That now I have to wait till the Thursday, so I have been without pain medications for over a week plus. What is wrong with these sick people that would cause a person to not care that another is in so much pain. Shame on you. I hope one day you know the pain that I am in. I will never shop at Walmart again. This was 100% prejudice or 100% incompetence.
I've been getting my ** and ** for years here. Here's my problem, I've had refills on my ** that they said were too early, and then they don't have them, and then I'll be a refill Short. I honestly believe that they've screwed up more times than I can count! Also, now, they tell me I cannot fill my ** during the same amount as the **, even though, I only use the ** for extreme pain during menstruation and I have Crohn's disease and it helps me, but they're saying they can't do it. I've had it with them! I've never had such poor service and made to feel like a Junkie, even though I've NEVER filled it early ever! I'm sick of them. It was embarrassing and disgusting. I don't understand why if my DR of over 18 years knows me, why Walmart can decide which is right for me.
I have been using WM's pharmacy for many, many years and have found the pharmacists very helpful and patient. I have no complaints about them at all. The other employees of the pharmacy can be hit or miss and are often sloppy, causing us to drive to the pharmacy to pick up an item only to find out it's not ready after all but I usually avoid this by asking to speak to the pharmacist about my orders - which they themselves have recommended. I often order my refills online but lately - since September 2017 - I have not been able to log into my pharmacy account. I have worked with online customer service and was even sent to an "escalated" type of help but they ended up telling me I had to "verify" my account in the pharmacy and things would start working. The problem is the pharmacists have not heard a word about this. Just wondering if anyone else is suddenly having problems accessing their pharmacy account.
I received a call from Walmart re: ** 40 mg recall. I had a full bottle that was filled 9/5/17. Thankfully I had not yet started taking. I called Walmart and it was explained to me that they found out 9/26/17 about the recall and then called me. I went onto website and found article dated 8/15/17 explaining about the recall of this drug. I believe Walmart dropped their responsibility on this one. I will either have to go elsewhere for my medicine or do their job and check monthly on my prescriptions for **.
I am a 'frequent flyer' at the Walmart pharmacy. All too often they seem baffled as to filling orders for RX sent by my doctor. The most recent event (9-14-17) was their incorrect assertion that my insurance company would not fill my prescription for three more weeks! As a direct result of their incompetence I went three days without my medication resulting in the beginnings of withdrawal symptoms and sleepless nights. This morning bright and early I paid a visit to my doctor who had already been in contact with the Walmart pharmacy in Middle Island and corrected their egregious error.
Making a mistake in hardware or lighting is one thing; but such errors in a pharmacy have vast and far reaching consequences which cannot be tolerated by a huge corporation such as "Walmart". The wonderful philanthropic works done by Walmart for individuals suffering at the hands of mother nature have not gone unnoticed; thank you!
My daughter has real bad seizures when she dont get her meds for four time this year. I had to fight with the pharmacy to get her meds on time. And they claim not to get a fax from her doctor office when they did in fact get it... They just like toying with peoples lives. I would trade pharmacy if I could but it the closest one that has her type of pills. But they need to get with the program soon or I'll raise hell.
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Walmart operates in-store and online pharmacies in most of its supercenter stores. Its pharmacies provide customers with discount brand name and generic prescriptions for consumers or their pets. Prescription refills are easy and they offer home delivery for medications, including pet medicine.
Prescription refills: Customers can refill prescriptions with Walmart’s online pharmacy by either logging into their online account or by checking out as a guest. Guest checkout involves entering a date of birth and the prescription number located on the label. Seven prescriptions can be refilled at once. Walmart also has a $4 generic prescription list available for online ordering.
Home delivery: Walmart provides online pricing, ordering and delivery on 90-day prescriptions. Consumers can call a toll-free number to place an order for delivery or log in to their online account. Delivery is free for standard five- to seven-day shipping, $8 for second-day delivery and $15 for overnight delivery. Payments must be made by credit card.
Mobile pharmacy app: Consumers can download the Walmart app to manage their prescription orders, transfer prescriptions, see the $4 prescription list and place guest refills from the app 24/7. The app is available for Apple and Android devices.
Pet medications: Customers with veterinary-prescribed medications can get them filled at Walmart in-store or online. Consumers can use the mobile app for a quick and easy way to fill pet prescriptions.
Specialty pharmacy: Walmart's specialty pharmacy consists of a team of pharmacists, nurses and insurance experts to help consumers with special treatment plans achieve their treatment goals. It helps treat numerous diseases such as cancer, anemia, HIV/AIDS and cystic fibrosis. The specialty pharmacy offers online ordering, free temperature-controlled overnight shipping and reimbursement insurance claim assistance.
Accreditation: Walmart Pharmacy is accredited by the URAC for its specialty pharmacy services and also holds accreditation by VIPPS for general pharmacy practices.
Best for: consumers needing specialty pharmacy services and a wide range of discounted prescription medications.
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