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Pharmacies can serve as a one-stop center for your prescriptions, information about over-the-counter medication and good health and wellness practices.

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Pharmacy reviews in Brigham City


Price for my prescription went from $101 up to $129. When I questioned the price increase, they said it was just an "increase in the cost of the medicine." I could see a 5-10% increase, but this was a 27.7% increase. I found another pharmacy that will provide the same prescription for $92.

Avoid the CVS at 9520 Ga.
Ave. they are mismanaged. In this nearly
empty store, there are prominent signs urging us to get flu shots, as well as
signs touting the “Minute” Clinic. The
advertisements notwithstanding, the pharmacy was out of flu shots. The pharmacist
said that the “Minute Clinic” had them, but he could not access the clinic’s
vaccine supply, nor did he know when he would be re-supplied. although I was advised
of a 20 minute wait, I had to wait an entire hour for a flu shot. “Minute” my eye! The nurse practitioner was quite competent, DID AN EXCELLENT JOB OF GIVING THE SHOT and communication all of the professional information.
but had no support and had to clean her own area between patients. Meanwhile the pharmacy had 3 employees who
did not seem overly taxed. Where is the management?
- james M.

The pharmacist that I talked to said, "I don't know off hand what you need to use but let me research it. She got back to me very promptly and I went up and bought the recommended items and then she followed up about two weeks later. I have never had a pharmacist follow-up on anything. It's absolutely amazing. It's just an incredible experience.
- Linda D.

They know me by name so that's kind of nice. They basically communicate through instructions that are left on the prescriptions so I don't really talk all that much to the pharmacist. It's just the instructions clearly written out for the prescription you're taking and you also get like the physician's best reference portion of it, so you know exactly what you're taking and what it's for and what kind of side effects you could have and all of that sort of thing.
- Arlene S.

My doctor prescribed the generic version of Percocet for my fibromyalgia, and someone there called the police to arrest me for a DUI as I was leaving to go to church one morning. I had to spend the night in jail. I'm 72 years old. I got a DUI ticket and I had to pay $620 to get my car back, and I had to hire a lawyer. I don't even take as much as I'm prescribed. I will avoid CVS from now on. My doctor is writing a letter for my case. She's a very professional and qualified doctor.
- Joe M.

I picked up some medicine and the staff is nice. The medicine gets ready in time and everybody does a good job. I have had a good experience.
- george A.

They are awesome because they knew my folks and they know me. They are really good and professional. They filled my orders when I really called up and it was crazy when I didn't think I'd ordered and they were patient and understanding. They try to help me find something cheaper and they are very helpful in trying to find prices.
- Charm B.

All Drug Stores in Brigham City, UT

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140 E 28 th St

Brent's Pharmacy & Diabetes Care

1091 N. Bluff St.
Saint George

Davis Food & Drug

575 W Main St

Hurricane Family Pharmacy

25 N 2000 W

Trinity Medical Pharmacy

9332 St Rd 54 Ste 203

Walmart Pharmacy

1330 S Providence Center Dr
Cedar City

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