The worst pharmacy I have ever used. The worst personnel and service as well. I sat at the drive-thru for 21 minutes before anyone bothered to acknowledge me (five cars lined up behind me then got angry and left), then it took forever while the unpleasant cashier fiddled around and asked repeated questions and looked in bags and checked mutiple useless things before I could even pay and leave. Thirty-five minutes to pick up one perscription at the drive-thru. My mother's medicine was not even filled. They were out so they gave her three pills and told us to come back in three days for the rest. We had to repeat the same LONG wait and horrible disregard. I wish I could give it less than one star. Hate this place and their awful personnel.
Greatest customer service ever. So nice and they had meds, too. Amazing how it was approved instantly, where the other pharmacy said it was too early. Bad.
I have used several Rite Aid locations over the years and have been well satisfied. Eugene and Springfield Oregon and York Blvd in Los Angeles. The employees have always been courteous, respectful and helpful. I don't plan on going anywhere else.
We have two Rite Aid locations in my city and they are both great. When in a hurry to get a script that I could not get in time from my mail order pharmacy the local Rite Aids both came through.
I have consistently received a poor attitude, and poor customer service, from a variety of Rite Aid locations, leading me to believe that this is not an isolated store or management problem. Today was the last straw, after having the same identical problem, with a different prescription last month. I dropped the scripts off 24 hours earlier, and when I called to make sure that they were ready, the person whom I spoke with, gave me a bunch of reasons why it wasn’t her fault, and couldn’t tell me when they would be ready because everyone was in a meeting and so on. An hour later, they called back to tell me that one was ready, but they didn’t have enough to fill the other and they can’t fill partial prescriptions with what they did have in stock. Last month I dropped off scripts and specifically asked to make sure that they had everything in stock and was assured that they did. Again, when I went to pick them up, they didn’t have enough to fill a different script that time and it would be a week before they could. At no time did I feel that they wanted to help me, they made it clear that they didn’t have time to help me, and I am left feeling as if they don’t care about me being out of medication that must be taken daily. If the everyday bad customer service isn’t bad enough, just wait till you see how they treat you if you bring in a prescription for any sort of pain medication. They really ramp up their condescending, judgmental, attitude then. Overall since they didn’t communicate that they sincerely value my business, I have taken my business around the corner to a smaller, local business, that has sincerely made me feel like they care and want my business. There is no benefit for me to take my business to a large chain when my co-pay is the same no matter where I go. Even if there was a difference, from now on, I will keep my business where my money is appreciated and I am respected and cared about as a valued customer. Rite Aid, you might want to take some of that money out of your enormous advertising and marketing budget and invest it into your customer service training.
VERY UNPROFESSIONAL EMPLOYEE IN THEIR PHARMACY, MAINLY A BAD ATTITUDE (THE ASIAN LADY WITH RED HAIR) WHEN YOU DROP OFF YOUR PRESCRIPTION. AT 4200 ALANTIC BLVD LONG BEACH CA.
i hate this place and i wish it was never born
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Very unpleasant and unfriendly. Never answer phone calls. I wish the Corporate office makes some changes and brings in employees who like to work with people.
If I could give less than one star I would. The PM shift at the pharmacy is horrible. I was asking a sensitive question to the pharmacist's assistant who announced her opinion so the man standing only a foot behind me (isn't there supposed to be some confidentiality??) shouted out his advice and the pharmacist laughed. I will never use this pharmacy again. I feel embarrassed and humiliated by asking a simple question.
The only reason I gave them one star is because I can't give them no stars.
They are the only pharmacy in Corning Ca. so the locals have no other choice except to travel out of town to get their meds filled. Their policies and procedures may work for most but the second your situation does not fit their electronic system their pharmacy totally fails to take care of the customer in anywhere near a "timely basis."
I can and do get two different and opposing explanations when I call at 6PM one night and then again at 8AM the next morning. One person will blame the doctors office and the next will tell me it is all the insurance companies fault. When I instantly follow up I find often find that neither was true. This time one person told me the doctor did not respond at all to their request for a new script and the other told me he did but they could not read the date. Both of these answers can not possibly be true and they are busted again.
I have lost count of how many times I have been given answers to direct questions that were blatantly not true.
Right now I'm dealing with them over a script that was called into them for a refill 5 days ago. They are picky about submitting refills too early and just won't take them more than a few days before the last one is used up. So, within their system and procedures there is no option of turning them in earlier to compensate for all of the "problems" they seem to constantly have getting my meds filled.
In the end I'm out of my meds and I get no indication that they really care.