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- General Info:
- We carry over the counter and prescription drugs. As your local Good Neighbor Pharmacy, we offer quality products at affordable prices, while providing the personalized attention and customer service you’ve come to expect from a local business. We’re the local business owners you see in the neighborhood, at the school play, and volunteering at the local charity. We believe it is our responsibility to take care of our patients and our community, and it’s one we take very seriously. Stop in today and let us take care of you!
- Osteoporosis & Cholesterol Screenings, Nutritional & Herbal Counseling,Natural and Nutritional Products, Durable Medical Equipment, Diabetes, DAKOTACARE, Counseling Specialist In Women's Heart & Health Compoundinf Consultation, Durble & Disposible Medical Equipment, Wheelchairs, Power Chair, Mobility Aides, Lift Chairs, Ostomy & Diabetes Supplies, Full Service Pharmacy Consultation, Mastectomy Supplies, Bath Safety Equipment, Rehabilitation Equipment Incontinence Supplies, Sickroom Supplies, Weighloss Program, Pharmatest Mobile Healthcare Screening, Irradology Screening, Thermography, Cardiac, Express Cardiovascular Screening, Derma Screening, Asyra High tech Biofeedback, Biophotom, Sleep Problem Solved, Polupill, Autism Services, Chiropractic, Massage therapy,
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- amex, debit, insurance, master card, visa
- Emerald Hills, North Hollywood
- Pharmacies, Medical Equipment & Supplies, Health & Diet Food Products, Infertility Counseling, Nutritionists, Counseling Services, Weight Control Services
Great experience and my number one pharmacy. There should be more pharmacies like Post Haste. Great service the clerks in the front are very nice to you. The pharmacist was very lovely to talk to. I'm not sure how anyone can say anything bad about this wonderful place.Share Review
I just can't say enough good things about this place!!! Bob Fishman's vision of fully-integrated healthcare along with his philosophy of disease prevention is decades ahead of mainstream medicine. I would encourage everyone to stop into Post Haste, a true Hollywood landmark for the improvement of human health.Share Review
I WILL NEVER GO THERE AGAIN !!
I went there on a Saturday to have my dogs meds refilled due to an emergency and the mad scientist pharmacist on an ego trip wanted to charge me an extra $ 35.00 just to do it in an hour. Apparently he is a "sub-contractor" that works at the pharmacy on Saturdays and has no heart like the Grinch. Probably doesn't like babies or puppies either !! I would rather drive to further to a different pharmacy then to ever got here again. Karma is a ...view moreB**** !!view less
I called from Texas to get a RX compound made and shipped to me. I found the pharmacist pleasant and extremely cooperative. They prepared the compound and shipped it UPS in a very timely manner. I recommend them highly. They were very helpful. I am not sure where the negatives are coming from, but it is hogwash. They are pharmacists not public relations experts. Top rating from me.Share Review
Bob Fishman should retire. He has an overly high opinion of his himself, and he is NOT a dr- for that matter, he is a pharmacist with delusions that he is a doctor. He is unprofessional to the point where one cannot excuse it as misunderstanding. He is rude, routinely keeps appointments waiting, makes inappropriate jokes and comments, and will not answer questions directly put to him as a practitioner, which is how he represents himself.
There is continual confusion about his service...view mores with regard to information, price, dispensing instructions and it is impossible to sort out. Trying to speak with him is like speaking in tongues.
He talks non stop, goes on mostly about himself, tells the same banal little stories repeatedly, and most critically does not listen.
When there is a problem, such as repeat billing errors; you are bounced from person to person, no one calls back and no resolution results.
Something fishy is going on at Post Haste and it involves Fishman. Run from this place post haste.view less
This is a neighborhood pharmacy so folks get to know you, and you them. They have a great selection of real vitamins - not like the big corporate stuff you find at the chain stores. When you ask a question there is someone to not only answers it, but makes you think a little about what's really going on with you. I wish all medical businesses were as in tune with the human body as Post Haste Pharmacy. I know they do hormone replacement therapy and custom compounding as well. It's a ...view morebusy place but still personal. 5 stars!view lessShare Review
Not that it makes it right, but I believe Mr Fishman just needs to retire. He is old and bitter and tries to be funny with him little witticism's. unfortunately they come off as insensitive , cold, Calais and insensitive. It happened to me as a business owner, I closed my business about 10 months ago and I am finally starting to be nice to my family and friends again. I can't explain where the feeling of frustration come from because of the customers that have no common sense or are ...view morejust plain DA DA DA dumb. Try not to take it to personal, I have been going to this pharmacy for 30 years and he genuinely is a nice man. I think all the DA DA dumb ones have started to break him down. Sorry for your bad experience. I hope this help you to see it from a different point of view. God Bless You and Have a Great Day
Today I went to Post Haste Pharmacy, &quot;your trusted neighborhood pharmacy for over 35 years&quot; to get ant-acids to help relieve the nightmare of heartburn symptoms that I have been experiencing from pregnancy. Last night I learned that Maalox was not safe to take while pregnant as it contains aluminum and bismuth subsalicylate, which have adverse affects on an animal fetus. I looked at a few bottles and it was not clear to me which active ingredients were pregn...view moreancy safe so I asked the gentleman at the counter (Steve). He was very nice and helped me look though the various brands and when he saw that one of the &quot;all natural&quot; ant-acids said it was not pregnancy safe on the package he went to ask the Pharmacist for more expert advise. Steve asked the Pharmacist ( Robert (Bob) Fishman ) and Bob laughed at him. Bob said, &quot;any ant-acid that is safe to take when you're not pregnant is safe to take when you are pregnant.&quot; Steve shared the information about how Maalox is not safe and then Robert Fishman repeated himself and said, &quot;Any ant-acid is okay to take. Tums. Rolaids. Maalox.&quot; Robert Fishman asked Steve if I was pregnant now and Steve said that I was. What Robert said next was as far out of line as one could possibly be. Robert said &quot;If she has a miscarriage then she should call her Doctor.&quot;
Even if he thought I was not in audible reach, why would someone say something like that? I'm a big believer of everyone being entitled to their own opinions, however as a professional Pharmacist this surely violates several ethic codes and possibly even his license. I spoke to the pharmacy supervisor and he was very nice and helpful with the situation. I even got a phone call and voice mail from Fishman himself saying that he was talking to &quot;her&quot; about a previous patient and not referring to me. However, he was not speaking to a female (nor facing a female when he said this) and I think he may have fabricated a tale for the supervisor and myself so as to remove himself from any negative aspects of the situation.
The best part was that he concluded his voice message with, &quot;We can't recommend medicines or ant-acids for pregnant women.&quot; Seeing as he is the director of Medication Therapy Management Inc., founder of Post Haste Pharmacy, has The Robert Fishman Institute which &quot;trains physicians, pharmacists, nurse practitioners, and scientists from all over the country&quot;, graduated from Colombia University, has a P.H.D., is a Registered Pharmacist, and C.C.N. (Certified Clinical Nutritionist) I would think that he would know that aluminum and bismuth subsalicylate are not pregnancy safe ingredients or at least recommend that I call my Doctor at least prior to having a miscarriage.view less