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GO ELSEWHERE!!!! If you want to be treated with respect and courtesy do not use this CVS. Teresa Hanrahan a pharmacist told my partner off for not bringing her prescription in earlier and they had to stay 10 minutes late to fill it. Which was a total of 40 minutes. Another person dropped of his and left with it filled in the mean time. My partner was told that they don't get paid to stay late and she should have more respect for the people working in the pharmacy. It wasn't her fault they took so long to fill it.
So we were visiting grandparents in Georgetown and my teenager needed to have her 4 impacted wisdom teeth removed. The dentist was kind enough to phone in the prescription at the CVS on our way back to Grandpa's house. I was surprised that there was no drive-thru, as I was accustomed with our local CVS. No prob, I thought..... it was phoned in and will be ready. There were no customers inside, but the Rx had not been filled yet.
Real problem came when the tech entered the wrong insurance info and said it was not valid. I am at our local CVS every month, so I said check under my husband's name. She told me our insurance had been canceled! I paid cash so I could get my miserable kid back to Grandpa's house.
Insurance assured me there were no problems, and CVS would refund my money. Local CVS said only Georgetown pharmacy could handle it. I called long distance to Georgetown to ask to just credit my card. They basically said they couldn't do anything unless I was standing in front of them. Wow!
take your business elsewhere. Rude staff, long lines, poor service. My prescriptions were frequently not ready on time as promised (or ordered over the phone), and I usually had to wait. From the looks of things the staff is overworked and unfortunately it manifests itself in rude treatment of their customers. There is a high turnover of pharmacy staff at this location. I used to use CVS all the time for many years, but after several mishaps and screw-ups with my prescriptions I finally got fed up and had to take my business elsewhere (I highly recommend the Scott and White pharmacy in RR by the hospital...very friendly staff, short waits and no screw-ups...you will be in and out in no time).
For more than 40 years, this drugstore chain has served communities nationwide with a variety of home, health and beauty products..
First opened in 1963 in Lowell, Mass., under the name Consumer Value Stores, this drugstore chain is among the largest in the country. Stores carry a variety of products, from baby supplies, home health equipment and vitamins to toys and greeting cards. Most locations offer Healthy Skin Care Centers, located near the pharmacy, which emphasize beauty as a health issue, and employ a skin care technician to educate customers about European and dermatologist-backed brands like Vichy.
It's a CVS like any other, but pharmacy service varies with the tides.. It's a CVS like any other, but pharmacy service varies with the tides. Some of the staff are friendly all the time; others just look like they're there to do a job and that's it. There's one woman--can't remember her name, but her mood and willingness to help range from so-so to brash and rude. If you ask too many questions of her, look out. If you just want to breeze in and drop-off/pick-up with no questions, no insurance snags, no problems or inquiries at all, you'll be ok.
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