I’m very surprised to read these negative reviews, I’ve been using United off and on for several years. I live in Shawnee and still use United, I’m usualy in and out of there in 10 minutes, never had a problem with my medicine and they are always professional and kind. It’s a family business which I love!!
I was surprised at the friendliness and personal service. No wait time like chain pharmacies. I think they deliver too.
The store was nice and clean. The employees were very helpful. I guess the produce was my favorite
Usually easy to get in and out. I went at a busy time 5ish pm and it took forever to check out. They need more cashiers open during busy hours.
I usually stop by here because it's the only place open on my way home from work (which is usually very early in the morning), so mainly because of the convenient hours (it is always open) and location. They have almost anything I need, though sometimes they are out of stock on some items for too long.
They are always friendly and courteous! This last go round, the doctor called in the wrong compounded prescription. Chris refilled the correct prescription within 15 minutes and did not charge me for the new compound. They will always be my go to pharmacy!
Thought this Walmart was open 24 hours and we get here and they are closed down. Maybe y'all shouldn't advertise that ur open 24 hours when ur not. Bullshit. This us why I like edmond and guthrie they don't lie about there hours. City sucks. My visit to the city is by far the worst trip ever. Can't wait to get bk to my neck of the woods.
Very friendly people that work there, I would choose Chris' express over any other drug store any day :)
The best Walmart I've been to by far! Excellent customer service! Clean, no long waits in line, fantastic selection of goods!
My granddaughter brought a Rx for her daughter to the pharmacy on 12-15-16 @ 5pm in the evening. She needed an antibiotic and an inhaler. Marjorie Hoover's date of birth is 3-29-16. She is 9 months of age. The Rx was filled. She received an inhaler without instruction on how to use it for a 9mo. old child. She told the person giving her the Rx. she couldn't use it without a mask. She was told the Dr. didn't order a mask so this is what she was given. She was told to see the Dr. the next day. How was she to use the inhaler as ordered without instructions or calling the physician to clarify the order. Upon seeing the physician the following day the physician told my granddaughter he ordered the mask. Why was she not given instructions or the physician called? I personally feel this borders on malpractice. Children safety and care should be our first priority. Waiting until tomorrow until she sees the physician is not a reasonable alternative. Sharon White, RN Marjorie's greatgrandmother