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Hopefully this gets through to the manager. We had a cat hospital call in a prescription for our cat, and the pharmacist did not bother to check the owner's name! So when my wife goes to pick up the prescription, and repeatedly stated it was for a pet, the pharmacist failed to ask for the pet's name, so was never able to give her the prescription. Then I called the cat hospital and they mentioned the pet's name, and I thought hrmm, what if it was in the pet's name. Sure enough when I called the CVS, they had the prescription. Lesson learned here, and hope CVS learns from this. When you get a prescription from a vet, be sure to ask for the owner's name. The pet is very unlikely to be the one picking up the prescription.
The techs there are stupendous. The staff there are most helpful. When I called the pharmacy, asking about swiffer dusters, Melissa the head technician was very polite in assisting me, even though she was very busy because she works in a real pharmacy. Melissa has saved my life on more than one occasion due to her resourcesfullness and alacrity. If you need someone to call you back, Melissa is the one you want to ask for because she will call you back right away... old school work ethic! She will treat you like a member of her own family.
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.
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