Okay, Has anyone had this problem? I was at pharmacy to pick up script and clerk had a attitude. She practically yelled out what my prescription was! I find this to be rude. Its my business the meds I am taking, not everyone else sitting there waiting for their scripts. This store is usually very busy and the customer is rushed. Its like I can't write out my check fast enough. Oh, and than sometimes you get the rolling eyes. You know what I mean? You can tell when someone has an attitude when having a busy day. If I did this to my pt. I'd be out of a job. What happened to common courtesy? Thanks for letting me vent.
Mar 3, '03
It would seem to me most useful to take the immediate step of insisting to speak to the pharmacist in charge (or store manager in the other instance) RIGHT NOW whenever these kinds of things happen.
THEN, if the pharmacist doesn't quickly correct the situation, move on to another company. I'd give the "boss" at least this one chance to fix it, AND to learn about this kind of problem if it hadn't been brought to her/his attention earlier.
That's what I do, at any rate (except at places where obviously nobody would care, from top to bottom--like a McDonalds, for example).
Last edit by sjoe on Mar 3, '03