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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.

Reece Thomson takes medications to treat or manage a range of conditions, including HIV, high blood pressure and depression. (Photo by Sara Cozolino)
Pharmacies

The myriad medications many seniors take for health problems ranging from heart disease to diabetes leave some sicker than before, and can cause serious complications.

Hoosiers who have unused, unneeded or expired meds have a growing number of options for proper disposal. (Photo by Steve C. Mitchell)
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Don't leave unused medication sitting in your medicine cabinet. To prevent misuse, here's how to safely dispose of prescription pills you no longer need.

Taking an antibiotic unnecessarily can increase the chances of creating resistant bacteria that are not affected by these drugs anymore, says Boudet. (Photo by Ray Mata)
Pharmacies, Dentistry - General

There are many misconceptions about the use and purpose of antibiotics. One highly rated provider explains the benefits and risks of antibiotic use.

Prescription medication can be costly but there are ways to reduce your out-of-pocket expense. Discount cards or generic brands might help lower your cost at the pharmacy counter. (Photo by Ray Mata)
Pharmacies

Finding ways to afford prescriptions without health insurance can be stressful. Learn seven ways that you can save money on the medicine you need.

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Pharmacy reviews in Cody

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We have been using them for twelve years. They watch my medications and my wife medications. They make sure there are no conflicts with the drugs. We can call in refills and they will call the doctor if there are any problems. They are very accommodating. Their prices are very reasonable and their people are very professional.
- Timothy H.
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The pharmacists are extremely knowledgeable and I have a lot of prescriptions and they remember to look out for drug interactions and things of that nature. The customer service is excellent. Sometimes the wait can be a little long but otherwise they are excellent. They are very very busy. A lot of times they will say your order will be ready in 45 minutes and then you come back and it's another 45 minutes then you come back and they say it will be 20 minutes.
- John L.
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I love the drive through. I can have my prescriptions ready in an hour. They keep all of my records just in case prescription interacts with something else they will alert me. They are just very nice. They just have my best interest in mind, and they have my health in mind, so they won’t let me take something if will interact with something else which I would not know. If I go to one doctor and they give me something and then I go to another doctor and they give me a prescription, then I would not have any idea if it will interact negatively, but they would know and they would let me know.
- MICHAEL & CAROLE W.
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They are more convenient. They are helpful when things don't seem to be working out. They try to make the communication between the doctor and the patient happen. They really try to meet the client's needs. There were some issues with them and the teacher association sometime back; so once I went there, I was told that they wouldn't cover me.
- Jacque J.
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My medical card for medications recommends this
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. They are friendly and they
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’t have everything that I need. I think the labels on their bottles are not easy to read when compared to other such pharmacies. My medical insurance takes care of their charges. Last time had i not asked them, there was mix up with my insurance and if I had picked up and taken the drugs with me instead of wating till the guy cleared it up it would have been $40 versus $3. They communicate very well and as for customer service they always call me and remind me of my re-fills.
- Jan H.
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I was extremely disappointed in this pharmacy. The pharmacy is located in the back of the store. There has always been a long wait line and said line brings you down the vitamin
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. The entire department is right out there in the open. But the most disturbing is the lack of privacy and lack of professionalism of the staff.
- Kitty Weber T.
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On or about March 27, 2012, I dropped off a prescription for Clindamycin 300MG in saline spray 46 ml and a nebulizer at
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Pharmacy. When I went to pick up the prescription, I was unable to do so because scented oils were being burned in the store, which severely aggravate symptoms related to my medical conditions of asthma and multiple chemical sensitivities. I called the pharmacy and spoke with one of the three "
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" and explained the situation to him. He acknowledged that a pharmacy that specializes in servicing patients with respiratory problems should not be burning scented oils, said they would discontinue the practice, and advised me to pick up the prescriptions. I again tried to pick up the prescriptions but was again repelled by the fragrance that remained in the air from the previous use of scented oils and so did not pick up the prescriptions. I subsequently received a bill from
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showing that they had billed and received payment from my insurance company and invoicing my copay. I called
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, the brother responsible for the pharmacy and explained that they should not have billed my insurance for this prescription, as I had been unable to pick up the prescription. We also discussed my inability to utilize his pharmacy's services because of the fragrances issue, and the compounding of the problem by the fact that
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is the only pharmacy in town that sells nebulizers or compounds medications. Mr.
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offered to have the nebulizer and antibiotic delivered to my home, both of which were delivered today. I asked the delivery person why my copay had tripled, whether the medication was really good for only two weeks (as indicated on the bottle), why I had only one refill available when the initial prescription had been for a total of three and I had never picked up the first one, and why the price of the Clindamycin prescription had increased from $4.92 to approximately $13.82 (or 181% - almost tripled) in just three months. The gentleman suggested that we call the pharmacy and ask them directly, which I did. The person that I spoke with,
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, was very disturbed by my questions and apparently complained to her supervisor that I had yelled at her. Within two minutes of my hanging up the phone with
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I received a call from her supervisor, whose name I cannot presently recall, reprimanding me for yelling at her employee and informing me that
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would no longer be willing to fill prescriptions for me. The delivery person,
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, was standing right there while I spoke with
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on his phone and agrees that I most certainly did not yell at her and stated that she was always “overly sensitive”. He was disturbed by the phone call I had received and stated that he would speak
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’s supervisor, as well as
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, and Human Resources. Therefore, my complaints are: (1) a pharmacy that specializes in servicing patients with respiratory issues should know that scented oils aggravate symptoms in patients with respiratory issues and, so, should not be burning scented oils; (2)
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billed and received payment from my insurance company for a prescription that I did not receive; and (3) I do not believe that
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has a right to refuse service to a patient when they are the only providers in town, regardless of whether or not my questions upset an “overly-sensitive” employee. I believe that what she was disturbed by was the validity of my questions. As a result of my not being able to pick up the prescription at the end of March, when prescribed, the sinus infection has progressively worsened and will probably require another medical appointment and more aggressive medications.
- Beatrice L.

All Drug Stores in Cody, WY

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140 E 28 th St

Albertsons Osco Pharmacy

5800 Yellowstone Rd
Cheyenne

Cheyenne Health & Wellness Center

2508 E Fox Farm Rd
Cheyenne

Trinity Medical Pharmacy

9332 St Rd 54 Ste 203

Walmart Supercenter

2300 S Douglas Hwy
Gillette

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