The "boss" Pharmacist of this establishment was not only rude but hung up on me TWICE when I was asking questions about an asthma medication I don't understand. Stay far away! When I told him I would never work with him again, his response was a very nasty "oh I'm heartbroken". I am floored. Looking for an official channel to file a complaint against him.
Walgreen's is convenient for prescriptions and over the counter medicines. The wait is reasonable and the employees courteous. They also carry food and other household items. Generally have a good school supply section.
i had to drive from westlake after the pharmacy in our area was closed. i was pleased to be helped by a very nice staff. Their pharmacist went over my medications with me and was very friendly. A special thanks to all the staff at that store.
Great people working there, very helpful. HOWEVER there are always transients near the door, red box, pay phone and parking lot asking for money. As an ex-marine its still creepy, I really don't like my wife going there after dark, I hate the fact that my senior parents shop there for their meds…
I am a doctor's representative at a doctor's office in Austin and frequently have to call in prescriptions or fill out prescription refill faxes. A patient called to tell me that this Walgreen's was having trouble faxing us paperwork, so I decided to call and clarify the situation. \r \r The pha…
The man working the counter was extrememly rude. I had a broken foot that was tightly wrapped in gauze to stop bleeding. In order to fill my prescrption he needed my employer's phone number. I did not have the number handy. He refused to allow me to use his phone book to look it up. He also refu…
They charge $1.39 for a 1.25 liter of Coke when other locations charge only $1.09. Register rewards equipment not working and they expect me to pay for a stamp to retrieve by mail a .99 RR. Crazy. Avoid this location.
I've shopped at this store and the pharmacy for 20 years and can say that the service has always been great. Dealing with the public, insurance carriers, and prescription drug companies can be a nightmare. I think they do a phenomenal job trying to keep everything moving forward filling prescriptions and dealing with irate customers. It's not the pharmacist's fault if a doctor hasn't approved a refill, if a prescription drug or insurance carrier won't cover it, if someone hasn't met their annual deductible, if a prescription is ridiculously priced, or if they have to use a generic. I've watched the staff diffuse ugly situations over the years, but remember they only the messengers.
I was happy with HEB pharmacy at Hancock until today. This HIPPA thing is really getting out of hand. Because I was standing in line next to a customer getting a prescription. I got scolded after the fact after not being near enough to give them privacy?? If they need privacy and it is that important. Them maybe they should counsel the customers in private. I have sent forward my prescription to another HEB. I could care about someone else medication but the pharmacists was rigid about wanting this. First he should have told me before and second again if this almost the level of doctor/patient confidentiality they talk to the customer in another room. And if they can not accommodate to that them that is not our fault. In the mean time I am transferring my prescription to another pharmacy. 1
This has to be one of the busiest CVS pharmacy's in the area. However, they are quick, efficient, friendly and helpful. This CVS beats out every pharmacy I have been to in the past.
Worst customer service I've ever had when trying to use the drive through pharmacy for picking up a prescription. I can't believe they can stay in business hiring tellers like that. Avoid at all costs.
Peoples pharmacy was once an expensive but well stocked place with very helpful staff. A couple of years ago I accompanied my sister to the North Austin store at Lakeline. She consulted with a staff member about what she might do for her migraine headaches. The person spent atleast fifteen minutes with her and was very helpful, and my sister bought several products, and I've heard no more about the headaches; I guess they helped.However, today, I both visited the store on North Lamar, and phoned the store at Lakeline. At North Lamar, the consultant was rude and brusque. I needed a natural estrogen vaginal product for post-menopausal atrophic vaginitis, which affects something like 30% of all post menopausal women. The woman refused to discuss anything on the shelf, told me I needed to talk to the pharmacist about prescription products, then pretty much took a product out of the refrigerator in her office and threw it at me. She wouldn't tell me how much estrogen it has in it. Eventually she did throw two numbers at me - and at home when I got online I learned that she got the amount of estrogen in the strength I took wrong. It contains 2 mg not 3 mg. What is more, the usual dose of estriol for this problem is 1/2 mg a day, not 3 mg a day. She wouldn't discuss possible alternatives to hormone therapy. When I phoned the North Austin store, the person who answered the phone insisted she was only allowed to spend 7 minutes on the phone with me, but wasted much of it refusing to answer my questions, failing to know the answer to my questions, asking me if I am taking fish oil and vitamin D, telling me to take herbs I'm allergic to, and telling me to go to some sort of alternative medical school because what I really need is acupuncture. Neither she nor the manager I talked with had a clue what was in any product; the one product they recommended to me turned out to contain progesterone instead of estrogen.
I owe my health to my doctor and to Tom and his staff.... They helped me get on to the road to true health. The prices are the same as the big box stores. A wonderful Austin treasure... Find out how good you can really feel...