I've been using this pharmacy for more than 20 years. The pharmacist and his staff are kind, courteous and always willing to help with any questions or concerns that may arise. Hanover, Pa. Is truly blessed to have such a wonderful pharmacy.
4. CVS Pharmacy
Located at Target
31 Wilson AveHanover, PA 17331
From Business: Visit CVS Pharmacy inside Target Store in Hanover, PA to meet with a friendly pharmacist. You can transfer or refill your prescription and get information on ever…
13. Sam's Club
261 Wilson AveHanover, PA 17331
From Business: Visit your Hanover Sam's Club. Members enjoy exceptional warehouse club values on superior products and services, including groceries, pharmacy, optical, home fur…
Do not switch to here. They never get my refills ready on time. The one male pharmacist actually gave CORPORATE an attitude when they did a 3 way call. CORPORATE apologized for his attitude. I get nothing but crap every time I need a refill or need my script ON TIME. An hour wait for a refill when they mess up is crazy. The one bearded guy ( alex I think his name is) who works there is the only one worth anything Imo. If I could switch I would. I hate it there because of the constant monthly headache from them.
Amazing customers service
I waited a half hour to get a prescription filled, watched the pharmacist help over 20 people and did not even try to get my prescription placed. Will NEVER go back here again. Not to mention that I waited 5 minutes at the desk before even talking to the pharmacist... Why? Because he was outside smoking a cigarette. What a waste of time and energy.
Will not fill some legitimate prescriptions from doctors who's waiting room has a dedicated entrance into the pharmacy and they don't stock some common medications at all. We are expected to put up with this from pharmacies when it comes to pain killers, because of potential abuse or theft, but I have a feeling if it were blood pressure medication that was subject to abuse or theft, they'd still stock it and simply take whatever precautions they needed to take to ensure patients have access to the medication they need. People in intense chronic pain are easier to discriminate against, for whatever reason.