This place hires lowlifes, obviously. Pharmacist Chad is very rude and unprofessional. He chooses to abuse his position instead of doing what is best for the customer. And what person in their right mind yells at a customer while the customer is trying to speak? His words were filled with “oh my god”s as if he was rolling his eyes and I was wasting his time. This sorry guy rudely put me on hold numerous times and didn’t fill prescription as he was supposed to. I would not recommend anyone to fill their prescriptions here. You will not get the customer service or professionalism you expect...not even from the techs. He should not even be allowed to fill anyone’s prescriptions. Go anywhere else but here!
8449 W Bellfort StHouston, TX 77071
This company is a scam to rip off Medicare Benefits. They send unwanted diabetes medication every month even though I do not want them. They say that these are paid by Medicare with no expense to me. Even though I don't pay for them, I have this medication which I do not need or use, and Medicare is being ripped off!
There is no costumer service ! No one answers the phone calls. I have left several messages and respond.
I have used Fairway Pharmacy for several years and have always found the staff to be friendly and helpful. They have found discounts for some of my prescriptions and they have been able to answer my questions about various prescriptions in detail, checking on special concerns and calling me back. While their hours are a little limited compared to the chains, their "can do" attitude more than makes up for it!Fred J.
Pharmacist George and his bilingual staff are very knowledgeable and friendly. They also have weekend hours.
I had a prescription from NY that the pharmacy was able to transfer without any problems. Great customer service. Will definitely use again.
Primary Care Pharmacy is a marketing company that pulled my name from a mailing list, sent a script to my doctors' office for approval and sent me an unsolicited box of diabetes supplies. (I don't have diabetes) They had sent a script to my doctors' office for approval and they had mistakenly signed it. When I called the company, "Marty" said that my doctor had ordered the supplies from them. When I told him that, in fact, my doctor never ordered the supplies and that a nurse at my doctors' office told me they had unwittingly approved a script submitted by them by the pharmacy, Marty quickly agreed that was what had occurred. He told me that they were, in fact, a marketing company and that he would put on their "Do Not Mail" list and promised, "You won't hear from us again." Yet the following month they sent a script to my doctor's office! This time the office was looking for it and gave the pharmacy's order to me at my next appointment in case I wanted to report this to the Better Business Bureau.This is a dirty way of doing business and I'm sure that some of their unsolicited packages, did go to people with diabetes who assumed that their doctor, had, indeed, ordered the supplies
Greenspoint Pharmacy has been taking care of my wife and myself for over 10 years. With their courteous staff they make going to the pharmacy a real pleasure. Their pricing on their prescriptions is really great. You go to Greenspoint to get a prescription and get it filled then, and they work real well with all insurance companies to see that the patients get the best of medications and proper service. I have recommended Greenspoint Pharmacy to over a hundreds of patients, and will continue to do so.
Great Pharmacy and service, it's just to far from where I live. I live in Spring Texas and this pharmacy is about 10 miles away. Walgreens is one mile away. I'm a senior and on a limited income so I have to watch my gas. I do have one compounded RX that I don't get filled to often and I can usually arrange to pick it up when I see my doctor.
Great services in addition to the price.Me atendieron en espanol con precios muy buenos, le surtieron a mi mama su receta de Mexico.