If you're looking for a new pharmacy to get your prescriptions filled, research the pharmacies in your area before you commit to being a customer. You can start by checking Angie's List for member ratings and reviews.
When you find a convenient, highly rated store, call the pharmacist to make sure the drugstore routinely stocks the prescriptions you use. Then visit the store to see the type of items it sells, including the products you typically buy. Find out if the drugstore has a website, and if so, does it offer online ordering and shipping to your home?
If you like to visit the store to do some light shopping, consider the store's location and hours of operation. Find out if the pharmacy's operating hours differ from the non-pharmacy part of the store.
Pharmacies that remain open 24 hours a day are ideal, particularly in case of an emergency. If you prefer to use a pharmacy that's more convenient to your home or workplace, but isn't open 24-hours, find a backup pharmacy with later hours or 24-hour service that you can use in case you have to fill a prescription in an emergency.