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Business Description
Your local Good Neighbor Pharmacy (GNP) is your one-stop shop for prescriptions, health information, and friendly service with a smile. Our warm, hometown service comes with great prices, too! Each of our caring pharmacists is highly trained and ready to fill your prescriptions and answer your health-related questions. They're eager to share their knowledge with you to help you stay healthy and feel your best. Each of our over 3500 stores nationwide is independently owned and operated, which makes us different than the big chain stores. Our pharmacists value your business and care about your health, and are ready to serve you with individual attention. Every GNP store offers competitive prices on prescriptions and OTC items. And each is backed by GNP resources that give you the latest information and counseling on the healthcare products you and your family are taking. For more health information, visit GoodNeighborPharmacy.com.
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A+
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Phone: (206) 783-1644

Phone: (206) 783-5135

Fax: (206) 783-1644

Services/Products
  • First Aid Supplies
Payment method
master card, visa
Neighborhoods
Adams, Ballard
AKA

Lafferty's Ems

Barry Lafferty's Pharmacy

Lafferty's Pharmacy Inc PS

Categories
Pharmacies, Health & Wellness Products, First Aid Supplies

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alexander176

10/21/2010

Provided by Citysearch - 
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Amazing service & always with wonderful smiles!

I've been dealing w/ kidney issues since I was in the US Army. In 2003 I had such sever Kidney Stones that I ended up having a ruptured ureter and was rushed to the Mainz uniklinik hospital where I spend 3 months and two emergency surgical procedures to repair my extremely damaged Ureter,Once I was finally realease, ... three days before a beautiful German Christmas I was forced to return to the hospital for Large stones in my other Kidney... so, two more months / procedure / and general ""fun""so, And after spending 13months in Iraq ( while passing stones along the way, I finally was- discharged. honorably. I did received disability and I will share this with everyone. I received 30% for my what was determined as CHRONIC Kidney stones ( not the medical terms, but you get it. and then 50% for PTSD ( I was a saw machine gunner on a Humvee and we ran convoys every other day for 8 months, I was also a combat life saver... first responder before the medics would arrive. And was diagnosed with TBI ( traumatic brain injury's) from IED's and mortars and shock waves. needless to say, this had been a long journey back home. I've had MAJOR ups and downs and since 2003 I have had to have another 6 surgeries at the VA medical hospital here in Seattle... the last one has left me with really bad scaring and I basically pee like I'm a 90yr old man ( no offense meant at all ) I have been PROMISED by my NEW urologist that he'll have me back to feeling like I'm 18 again.... so, yes, this is a LONG review and I promise there IS a point to this all. It takes A LOT for me to trust people these days... but when I find that someone or company or store, I know that it is real. If it wasn't for the support I've got from ALL these people and ESPECIALLY Lafferty's I wouldn't have been able to make it through this time in my life very easily and I have no doubt in my mind I'd be out of a job. I've been dealing with excruciating pain and getting treatment every week and therapy every Monday. I just must say that you to Lafferty's pharmacy and it's always smiling partners, and to Steve. Thanks for those needed, but sometimes interesting ""men"" talk. I'll wrap this up, I just wanted to say that you have a customer for life and when I finally have a family of my own you can bet you butts we'll coming here for all are family needs. A heart felt thank you so much. I've had SO many issues w/ my Kidneys and now the next step PREVENTION w/ my new Urologist, then comes titration / between my doc. and myself and you guys I know I've got all the support in the world. I'm a man of a thousand words. I just HAD to tell you how much you've made the darkest / most painful,days. (aside from Iraq ), 3 months of hell just that much easier. I NEVER felt that I was being judged by you guys there at all... If I didn't have to take anything I'd be a HAPPY camper, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Steve, all joking aside. You're an amazing Pharmacist and an even better person. I can tell you LOVE helping people, you live for it... Thanks for being EVERYTHING a pharmacists should be. You've got my business for life. -Alex

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