Metairie >Patio Drugs Pharmacy
do some price comparisons. you're paying dearly for their "free" delivery service; pharmacies have a wide range of what they can charge for those prescr.s. In other states, the large grocery store chains are offering many generic 30 day prescr.s for only $4, and 90 day supply for only $10. Target and Walmart offer much lower prices on prescr.s. Even if you don't have a co-pay, your insur. premiums will go up since the total cost of prescr.s to your plan are increasing. As your premiums go up, your corp. will have to cut other benefits to you in time. It pays to shop around when filling your prescriptions! Drugstores will be happy to give you a price quote, since they want your long term business.
Great care and attention!. My husband had pulmonary fibrosis and his condition and needs changed often. I was more than pleased with the service at Patio. I've never been to the store because I didn't have to. All my needs were taken care of over the phone. I thought my world was coming to an end when his condition got worse while out of town. Before we even arrived back someone was at my home waiting for us just to make sure my husband and his new equipment were working perfectly and he stayed to make sure he was comfortable. I was more than pleased with this service.
Not a local, forget it!. Thinking I was going to get great personal service & southern hospitality, I took my California prescriptions to this family pharmacy. To my shock I was treated like an alien who wondered into a small town by mistake. New Orleans is bascially a friendly jovial town but when you're from out of state, bring your prescriptions with you. If you are not personally known and likewise your physican, they'll make it clear that you, your medical insurance, prescriptions, and your money are not wanted. I wouldn't be surprised if they were also playing the racial card!!! Stay away!!!!!!!
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