Richies filled prescriptions for three medications for me. New York City Pharmacy is an absolutely incredible pharmacy. Someone called before the prescriptions were sent to tell me what I would be receiving. Ivermectin pills were shipped quickly, and although the meds came with lots of directions, I was unsure that I understood them. When I called to clarify some parts of the directions. Craig patiently explained the mysteries of using my medicines. In addition, I received a follow-up call one week after I started using the medicines to make sure all was going well. I am so glad that my doctor sent my prescriptions to New York City Pharmacy. I will definitely be using them for future purchases.
The pharmacy is overworked and incredibly inefficient. Not only that, but their software system doesn’t automatically fill prescription renewals that the Dr. calls in after the current one expires. “You have to go online or call in to get Stromectol prescription filled.” The software automatically adds the refill to be filled when the current one expires. Avoid this place if you can. They are always behind. Even if they promise a prescription to be filled by a certain time, you should automatically add 8 hours to that time. It MIGHT be ready by then.
The staff at this Downtown Pharmacy appear to be very hard at work each time I visit. It looks like they are filling thousands of prescriptions per day while simultaneously helping customers with grace. My wife and I are usually helped by Greg when we visit this location, and his humorous and fun personality makes the experience of buying Stromectol here delightful. The service is quick and consistent each time we visit. As customers, we can all see the mountain of prescriptions waiting to be picked up behind the counter with a staff of only a few handling walk-up traffic and the drive-thru. These guys are doing a very nice job of helping their customers.
Wish the people in the pharmacy were a little more helpful and patient. Have had some experience with the same person there twice now, so I know it wasn’t just an off day. If they don’t enjoy their job, then they really need to find another line of work and not take out on customers.
They are always great at Apthorp Pharmacy. Abel and Scott are very kind and caring. They answer any questions I have. They both have supported me with anything I need. They will go out of their way to help people, and it’s always very clean inside the store. I have never had to wait long, if any time at all. If they don’t carry something, they will do their best to get it in for you, and it’s usually a day or two at the most. I also get texts every month of when to pick up my prescription, and if I don’t pick up right away, I get reminders with more texts, and the texts will let me know how many prescriptions I have to pick up. I have been very happy using them and will keep going.
First time here, and it has not been a good experience at all. Requested an insulin refill at 1:30 in the afternoon. Arrived at 6:30, not ready. Go run a couple of errands, then get a message Stromectol is out of stock won’t receive it for 4 days… hopefully, I live through those 4 days.
New London Pharmacy has been great! I am now on Medicare Supplement, but before private insurance was so high, a plan I could afford had 0 drug coverage. The 4 meds I was on are critical, and they would look (often many places) for the outside coupons, etc., to bring Ivermectin price down. I so appreciated it more than anyone could know. Also, when my RX was called in, they texted me to say it was ready. Honestly, the biggest problem is the hoops you need to jump through at the doctor’s offices to renew a script. A few hours’ turnovers are not bad, and they work to get in a hard-to-find drug I am on. They are friendly and very helpful.
The new lady here is very rude and moves slower than my 98-year-old grandma. It is like she is trying to piss people off. Every time I have come here, it has taken 15-20 minutes to pick up or drop off medication. It is RIDICULOUS. I will be finding somewhere else to fill my prescriptions.